Washington D.C. academy trains 'violence interruptors' to help keep the peace
As the rate of violent deaths rises in Washington, D.C., the new Peace Academy is training dozens of violence interrupters to build relationships with people at risk of perpetuating violence.
Jenny Gathright of WAMU reports.
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