Juvenile Homicide

NPR's Madeleine Brand reports on the reality of juvenile homicide. Contrary to public fears, schools are still the safest place for kids. Child advocates say kids are more likely to be killed at home or by friends, and that child victims tend to be urban, black, and male.

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