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August 2, 2014 7:00 AM

The Conversation: Led by Tracie McClendon-Cole, KC’s Aim4Peace seeks to end violence

The anti-violence program Aim4Peace, run by the city’s Health Department, has lowered homicides rates in one dangerous sector of Kansas City by 56 percent and has received a grant to spread into other neighborhoods in the fall. Tracie McClendon-Cole is a community justice program manager and the program's director.

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