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Can Hatred be Stopped There was a time when his light blue eyes were clear like a bright blue sky on a warm summer day Not any more though gray clouds seem to have set in his eyes Everyone could see the hatred in them It was so strong that anyone near him could feel it Before he joined the cult he was my best friend yet it now seems as if we are worlds apart Someone once said Money is the root of all evil Today it seems more appropriate to say that hatred is the root of all evil Today America has a great problem with the way teenagers deal with hate however there are many ways to solve the problem Hatred leads to many of Americas greatest problems such as gangs cults and racism According to a 1991 survay there are an estimated 321458 gang or cult members in America Many people think that racism has died out but a recent murder in Denver Co proves that to be untrue A group of skin heads killed an innocent black man A woman who rushed to his rescue was shot and paralyzed Skinheads hate and one who is not white just as gangs hate anyone who is in a rival gang That is how hatred leads to gangs cults and racism Although these problems are bad there are many solutions The Detroit Police Department decided that they needed to give young gang members attention and something to do The department started a basketball league The league helped lower gang related violence and keep gangsters of the streets at night The New Orleans Police Department started a program for youth who had already been convicted of a felony The teenagers were forced to help pick up the streets communicate with others about the dangers of gang life and patrol with police officers If the teenagers did not do this they would have
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