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Violence in Oakland: A Crisis of Grief?

on December 18, 2010

In this audio report from KQED Public Radio’s Health Dialogues series, April Dembosky looks at the impact of violence on the lives of young people in Oakland, and the programs that are helping them cope. This story originally aired on KQED on December 16, 2010.

You can listen to more stories from The California Report’s Health Dialogues series by clicking here. You can also hear Health Dialogues on 88.5 FM in San Francisco; get the broadcast schedule here.

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Thanks to KQED and Health Dialogues for sharing this story with us!


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