According to a news release issued by Councilmember Derek Green's office, the #ManUpPHL movement was founded by radio host Solomon Jones and seeks to surround young black boys and men with the resources and mentorship the need to prevent them from turning to violence. … [Read more...] about City Council Highlights For Feb. 3, 2020
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Yet when I met Bukele in his office in January, he skirted the subject of violence, preferring to discuss the projects he had launched. “Look,” he explained when I pressed him. “If you have a headache, what would you take? A Tylenol. But what you have isn’t a Tylenol deficiency. You are stressed, or you are dehydrated, or something more severe. So you take two, and then that doesn’t work, and you take four, and then 10.” La violencia was a symptom of a more troubling disease, he argued, rooted in El Salvador’s longstanding poverty and structural injustice. Though he was stating relatively basic principles of economic development, El Salvador is so mired in violence that, at present, few policy-makers are discussing the situation in these terms. … [Read more...] about Can a millennial mayor save one of the world’s most violent cities?