Demolishing homes in Detroit decreases gun violence, says U-M study
On: August 06, 2019 | By: NDA
For years, thousands of Detroit homes were abandoned due to out-migration and foreclosure. Many had deteriorated to a point where they could no longer be saved. In recent years, the city of Detroit and community groups like Detroit Blight Busters have worked to tear down these homes to decrease blight in the city, but also out of the belief that it would decrease crime. Read more here.
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