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Efforts To Reduce Violence Change Amid Pandemic

Efforts To Reduce Violence Change Amid PandemicWFYI's City Desk reporter Jill Sheridan spoke with Community Violence Reduction Director Shonna Majors about the challenges her agency faces during due to the COVID-19 public health crisis.Shonna Majors, Director of Community Violence Reduction, COVID-19, coronavirus2020-04-13T00:00:00-04:00
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Efforts To Reduce Violence Change Amid Pandemic

Community Violence Reduction Director Shonna Majors.

Courtesy Shonna Majors

Efforts to reduce violence in Indianapolis changed with the COVID-19 pandemic, including outreach and community-based methods that had to pivot with the stay at home order.

WFYI’s City Desk reporter Jill Sheridan spoke with Community Violence Reduction Director Shonna Majors about the challenges her agency faces.

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