Students Hold Panel On African American Teen Criminalization

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Metro Public School students and city leaders met Thursday night to discuss violence happening in the African American youth community.

Students from Hume-Fogg Academic put on the panel discussion. Junior Taylor Gentry, 16, lives in North Nashville. Gentry said her friends are tired of seeing shootings happen within the young black community. She said she sees some of the violence like suspensions and expulsions in her community are generated from social media activities.

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