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We, The Voters

As gun violence looms over Pennsylvania youth, local organizations offer safe spaces

Children and teens deal with the threat of gun violence on a daily basis in southeastern Pennsylvania. So community members and organizations are banding together to try to solve the dire problem.

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We, The Voters

As gun violence looms over Pennsylvania youth, local organizations offer safe spaces

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As gun violence looms over Pennsylvania youth, local organizations offer safe spaces

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Nemat Shafik, president of Columbia University, will testify Wednesday about antisemitism on campus Geert Vanden Wijngaert via AP hide caption

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Columbia University president is set to testify about antisemitism on campus

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Columbia University president is set to testify about antisemitism on campus

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Voters head to the polls in Alabama's newly drawn 2nd Congressional District on Tuesday. That district includes Montgomery, Ala., seen here on June 5, 2018. Butch Dill/AP hide caption

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Figures, Dobson advance in Alabama's runoffs for new House district

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