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The Cost of Denial

From a 1995 publication by The Youth Task Force
(League of California Cities)
  Editor's Note: This article, published by the League of California Cities, is partially-republished here, with permission.

It takes courage to admit that what we've been doing for the last 20 years isn't working. It's time for a change. Everyday in our country children are dying. They're dying from violence -- in their homes, in our schools and on our streets, with no end in sight.

CWIRE Note: recent reports indicate that the tide might be turning. Watch for more articles on the subject, and please notify the CWIRE Community Editor of other articles on the subject. The full texts of this and other articles -- and current statistics -- are available in hardcopy from the League of California Cities, along with many other useful and informative materials. To order, use the online catalog on their official website, CityLink 2000.
 
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URL: http://cwire.com/pub/FYI/Cost.of.Denial/
Viewed: 12/13/2017 5:18:30 PM
Last Modified: July 13, 2002
Source: "The Cost of Denial" Fact Sheet, The Youth Task Force of the League of California Cities, 1995; Eileen Givens, Glendale Youth Coalition; Ray Cruz, (Former) Asst. City Mgr., City of Glendale



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