Luis Sinchi

We we have seen well, violence cannot just be a factor of one thing.

Violence usually happens because maybe there's no, there's no roof and people needs to live somewhere. And sometimes people have to do things that they don't want to the violence could, could start because. Let's just say a single parent cannot feed their kids. You know, they have to look for somewhere.

Right. So violence is connected. Isn't we cannot see violence, just an isolated thing. We have to think about like what it's, what it's making. Violence be where it is right now. And where I see right now is there's a lot of, there's a lot of gunshots going on in the neighborhood . Right. So we get to , we have to see, like, where does cancer come from?

Who is purchasing those? How is the money being being obtained by those purchases? Right. But then we got to connect. We got to connect. What, what are the reasons people are getting guns? Is that because of safety or is it because survival?

I think violence has happened all the time and like I say, you know, it has. 15 years ago, 20 years ago. And, and every alderman that has come in, every mayor has been in, in Chicago has always had the same goal. You know, we're going to solve this, but, but again, you know, we gotta, we gotta look at those roots of why violence is.

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