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Teen Summit at Birmingham High School With Focus on Mental Health...

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By Keisa Sharpe-Jefferson The Birmingham Times Bright colors, smiling faces and dance music with the latest hits on blast set the tone for a Community Teen...

Birmingham Family Recalls The Grief and Pain of 17-Year-Old Who Died...

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By Sym Posey The Birmingham Times To lose a sibling is painful, and the weight of grief can seem almost unbearable and be even more profound...

UAB Treats Gunshot Wounds Every day. This Program Puts Survivors on...

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By Alaina Bookman | abookman@al.com This is another installment in Birmingham Times/AL.com/CBS42 joint series “Beyond the Violence.” This project is grant- and donor-supported. Contribute to support the...

How Students at Birmingham’s A.H. Parker High School Found Way to...

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By Alaina Bookman AL.com Alaina Bookman reports for the “Beyond the Violence” collaborative, a partnership between AL.com, The Birmingham Times and CBS42. Support her work here. Members of the...

Birmingham Will Train Residents to Help Reduce Violence, Under $500K Initiative

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By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Birmingham City Council on Tuesday approved $500,000 to add a Credible Messenger program to the growing list of city-involved anti-violence...

A New Birmingham Violence Prevention Project Helps Young People Get Back...

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By Alaina Bookman | abookman@al.com This is another installment in The Birmingham Times/AL.com/CBS42 joint series, “Beyond the Violence: What Can Be Done to Address Birmingham’s Rising Homicide...

How Violence Prevention Initiatives Have Evolved in Birmingham

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By Alaina Bookman | abookman@al.com This is another installment in The Birmingham Times/AL.com/CBS42 joint series, “Beyond the Violence: What Can Be Done to Address Birmingham’s Rising Homicide...

An Irritated Birmingham City Councilor Defends Anti-Violence Program, After Questions From...

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By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times An irritated LaTonya Tate, who chairs Public Safety for the Birmingham City Council, on Tuesday, urged her colleagues to familiarize...

Birmingham Council President: City’s Conflict Resolution Programs Not Working

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By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times After recent domestic and gun violence deaths in Birmingham, City Council President Wardine Alexander told Mayor Randall Woodfin that city’s...

Meet the Founder, 17, of an Organization to Help Reduce Violent...

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By Nicole S. Daniel The Birmingham Times When young people are killed by gun violence in the city of Birmingham the homicides probably affect one segment...