Martin Luther King Jr. And Gang Violence

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King would probably write an article for a magazine or newspaper discussing this topic and avoiding gangs. He could also discuss it on television in commercials and interviews. This might convince some gang members to try and get out of gangs or - even better - avoid getting into them in the first place...
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As most people know, it’s the easiest thing to get into a gang but it’s almost impossible to get out. Dr. King would, of course, know this and set up a phone line to talk kids through getting out of gangs safely. He might even set up a center for protecting young teens from bloodthirsty gang members...
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