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Fresno needs to address systemic socioeconomic inequities and give young people of color a voice in how the city is governed if there’s any hope of abating an uptick in gun violence and gang activity, young Fresnans told city leaders during a summit meeting Wednesday evening. The powerhouse discussion at the Fresno Fairgrounds involved about 50 people, including mayor-elect Jerry Dyer, six Fresno City Council members, pastors, representatives of various organizations, community leaders, police officers, and youth who were hand-picked by Faith in the Valley to discuss solutions to the increasing gang and gun violence.

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