A Neighborhood Reacts to Violence

Shootings in Boston, are on pace to break records this year. 257 people have been shot in the city; and 48 have died. Most of the victims are young and the violence affects not only families and loved ones, but also, neighbors and the community's sense of security. We visit one neighborhood in Dorchester where residents are trying to recover from recent bloodshed.

This program aired on August 16, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.


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