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Mon March 12, 2012
Trying to end the violence in Flint
The FBI says Flint is one of the most violent cities in the country. Last week, Governor Rick Snyder unveiled a plan to combat violence there and other Michigan cities. But a group of Flint residents is already working on the problem. They’ve formed the “Urban forum for the prevention of violence” to encourage others in their neighborhoods to pledge to promote peace. Aaron Dunigan has been attending the meetings. As part of our Seeking Change series, I spoke with Aaron about what he is trying to do to end the violence in his city.