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Victims and perpetrators of gun violence in Chicago will work together to transform 50 vacant lots into gardens

CHICAGO - Chicago has launched a program aimed at beautifying vacant city-owned lots on the city's South and West sides while providing job opportunities for victims and perpetrators of gun violence.

The program, Grounds for Peace, brings the mayor's office together with nonprofits Heartland Alliance and

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