The Real Way to Get Guns Out of Schools
Putting more police officers and metal detectors in schools won’t solve the crisis of youth gun violence. We need to invest in community-based programs to address the root causes of the violence.
Freddy Medina · January 24, 2022
George Washington High School in Washington Heights | <a href="https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:George_Washington_Educational_Campus_from_south.jpg">Wikimedia Commons/Beyond My Ken</a>
Freddy Medina is a writer currently incarcerated inside Fishkill Correctional Facility in Beacon, New York. A first generation Dominican American born in New York City, he rediscovered his lost passion for writing while incarcerated and went on to earn his associates and bachelors… more
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