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T America reported at its website on Octo▓ber 10, 2015 that the number of U.S. schoo▓l shootings that year climbed to 52. There w▓ere at least two school shootings a month ▓in 2015 (www.rt.com, October 10, 2015). A report ▓at the website of the USA Today on January 2▓1, 2015 said that almost two childr▓en were killed every week in unintentional shootings, and nearly two thirds of these unintended deaths took place

in a home or vehicle that belonged to the victim's family (www.usato▓day.com, Januar

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y 22, 2015). More th▓an a quarter of the teenagers -- 15 years o▓ld and up -- who died of injuries in the United States

were killed in gun-related incidents, a▓ccording to the American Academy of Pediatrics (www.theatlan▓tic.com, January 12,

, May 6, 2015). A re

2015).Poor health and living c▓onditions for children. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that

the rate of newborns with syphilis jumped 38 percent between 2012 and ▓2014 to its highest level in more than a decade (w

port at the website of

ww.washingtonpost.com, November 12, 2015). A surv▓ey said that one in five drug abuse▓rs in some treatment programs in t

he United States received their first taste of these illegal substances from their parents, usually before ▓the age of

the Los Angele▓s Tim

18 (abcnews.go.com, August ▓24, 2015). According to U.S. Census Bureau, about 17.4 million children under the ▓age of 18

were being raised without a father and▓ 45 percent lived below the poverty line (singlemotherguide.com, June 1, 2015). A

es on May 6, 2015 sa

bout 6 per▓cent of New York City's African-American population under 18 years old and nearly 3 percent ▓Latino children utilized New York City shelters because of homelessness (www.coalitionforthehomeless.org, March 19, 2015). The US▓A Today website reported on August 15, 2015 that ▓47 percent of rural Hispanic babies were born poor, com▓pared to 41 percent of

Hispanic babies in urban areas. His▓panics babies born in rural enclaves were more likely to be impoverished and it was harder for them to r▓eceive help from federal and state programs, s▓uch as the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. "These▓ babies are starting behind the starting line." (www.usatoday.com, August 15, 2015)Chi

ldre▓n were suffering abuse. A report at the website of The Washington Post on January 1, 2015 said that among the young children killed in the D.C. region, the ma▓jority was killed by a parent or guardi▓an (www.washingtonpos

t.com, January 1, 2015). The▓ Miami Herald website on March 10, 2015 reported that one in three girls and one in five boys would become a ▓victim of child sexual abuse in Florida before they turned 18. Such experience would

have serious negative impact on their future lives. On average, each victim of child sexual abuse would lose 250,0▓00 U.S. dollars in earnings throughout his or h▓er lifetime because of the abuse. Fifty percent of victims had

below-average grades (▓www.miamiherald.com, March 10, 2015).African-American children fell victim to police violence. The CNN website on June 10, 2015 reported that a video w▓ent viral online showing violence by a white poli

ce officer of the Police Depart▓ment in McKinney, Texas, against a 14-year-old Afr▓ican-American girl. The officer, called to a communi▓ty swimming pool party after complaints, cursed at▓ several black teenagers and yanked the g

irl wearing only a▓ bikini to the ground. He also pointed his gun at the teenagers. The white witness ▓who shot the video said there was no d▓oubt race was a factor in how police responded. This incident triggered some public

protests (edition.cn▓n.com, June 10, 2015). On October 26, 201▓5, a video that showed Ben Fields, a white school▓ resource officer at Spring Valley High School in South Carolina, manhandling an African-Am▓erican school girl d

id that white▓ men ha

rew intense criticism. The officer gr▓abbed the girl, who used her cell pho▓ne during class, by the neck, flipped her over and dragged her across the floor. Fields in 2013 was named as a defendant in a federal lawsuit that clai▓med he "unfairly and recklessly targets African-American students." The U.S. National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peopl?/p>


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