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...h the people involved in violence. They then try to convince these people that they are at risk and that they should reject the violence because the consequences could be catastrophic to them or the people they love. If the individual needs a lot of help the interrupter can sometimes even meet with the individual multiple times a week. Finally, activists can help communities by responding to shootings where dozens of community members rize up to protest against gun violence. The activists can also organize new clubs associations that will help in reforming the community. Lastly, the activists can hand out materials such as poster, flyers, or cards that help spread the message across town. They also often have business cards so people can get in contact with them. Over time these strategies help in reducing the amount of violence by striking at the heart of the cause.
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