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Indy’s young people invited, encouraged to sign up for youth leadership programs

INDIANAPOLIS — The City of Indianapolis continues battling a public safety crisis, and the need to provide supportive environments for children and teens is as important as ever.

Sadly since 2019, at least 75 kids ages 18 and younger have been killed, and those deaths take a major toll on our youth. But the good news is, there are people working to uplift teens and young adults across Indianapolis.

Read more here at FOX59.

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