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"Communities are traumatized day in and day out by gun violence." 

 

Organizer Wayne Rawlins is part of a community movement that brings federal, state and

local resources to the doorsteps of traumatized gun and gang violence survivors in Miami. See his story below.

 

 

 

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80% of gun crimes go unreported. Here’s why…

Recognition

People are often unsure if what they heard was gunfire.

Avoiding Redundancy

Many times, people think someone else will call 911.Unfortunately, no one calls.

Fear of Retaliation

Protection of family overrides civic duty.

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Resignation

After so many times of hearing gunfire, it becomes a normal part of life. People feel they have to continue living with.

When gun crimes go unreported…

Business owners move out of communities with persistent gun violence.

Business owners move out of communities with persistent gun violence.

Business owners move out of communities with persistent gun violence.

Business owners move out of communities with persistent gun violence.

*Source: The Effect of Gun Violence on Local Economies, Urban Institute, November 2016.

You can help close the public safety gap!

When cities invest in a gun violence reduction program, lives are saved, quality of life improves, and the economic outlook becomes more positive.

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