As Ten Point Coalition President Reverend Charles Harrison says this is a prime example as to what is happening in these neighborhoods.
team canvasses these communities.
Seeing what's happening first hand.
"By the time they get to be in their late teens and early 20s they kind of become numb to this violence," said Harrison
was for the kids some of the street workers were talking today and they was talking about how he
liked to do things with the kids and spend time with them," said Harrison
And it's just a vicious cycle," said Harrison
Sometimes when we hear that they were killed when we hear that they were involved in this criminal activity," said Harrison
Ten Point board members met Tuesday, a day they would not normally meet to debrief.
says they're trying to connect the dots, to then reach out and resolve conflicts before there's retaliation.
says this is another big piece to this cyclical crime puzzle.