Google’s philanthropic arm will grant $2 million to fund gun violence prevention programs in communities of color in 10 U.S. cities, The Trace reports. Most of the investment will go to programs that follow the model of Ceasefire, a violence-reduction strategy that coordinates law enforcement, community stakeholders, and social services to reduce shootings. The grants will also establish job-training programs . . .
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