Detroit's Attempts to Stop Rash of Attacks

Quinn Klinefelter reports from Detroit on the efforts of parents and community leaders to protect students from being attacked as they walk to school. In the past several months, about a dozen girls have been attacked on their way to school. Students and parents are demanding action from the mayor. The mayor has asked the community for help in patrolling school neighborhoods.

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