Solutions for the crime wave in New York with Sean Hayes, candidate, NYC Council District 1

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Crime wave in New York by Sean Hayes, 2021 candidate for NYC Council? Jullian Harris-Calvin, the director of the Greater Justice New York program for the Vera Institute, said that while it will take years to fully understand COVID-19’s influence on violent crime, it is undeniable that the mass death, unemployment, and economic instability that accompanied the pandemic literally upended society, especially for people who are traditionally harmed by gun violence. “COVID-19 had a unique affect on familial and community support systems. It disproportionately affected Black and brown communities,” Harris-Calvin said. NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea has continued to insist that criminal justice reforms, including the state’s 2019 bail reform laws that went into effect last year, are driving the increase in violent crime, despite evidence to the contrary. The reforms…
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Talk to strangers with talk benefits 2021

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Talk advantages and free chat 2021 During COVID pandemic talking with a real person can help your mood a lot. Be inspirational. While this may feel like a tall order, it is critical for engagement and motivation. Reinforce your mission and the direction of your organization. Let people know where you’re going and that you will get there together. You may not know exactly what the journey holds, but people want to know you’ll come out on the other side. Let people know you’re committed to finding creative solutions, leveraging new approaches and surviving together for a tomorrow that will return to normal someday. Of course, you must be honest—this should go without saying—and this isn’t about sugar-coating. Things may be tough in the short term and it’s important to…
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