Noon Wednesday: Milwaukee's Historic Violence During the Pandemic

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Noon Wednesday: Milwaukee's Historic Violence During the Pandemic

By Marisa Wojcik | Here & Now

October 13, 2021 • Southeast Region

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Most large cities across the country have seen a rise in homicides and other violent crimes during the pandemic, and this trend is particularly acute in Milwaukee as its murder rate reaches a historic level in 2021. Jamaal Smith and Kweku TeAngelo Cargile Jr. from the city's Office of Violence Prevention discuss their work to interrupt and impede violent behaviors.


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