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South Bend Woman makes T-Shirts to 'change the perspective' on city violence

September 7, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Tiffany Murphy has lived in South Bend her whole life. She said the violence that has struck the city over the last few months has pushed her to try to do something about it. She started making t-shirts as a way of trying to give people a more positive outlook on their community and taking the first steps toward ending South Bend's gun violence.

She started making t-shirts as a way of trying to give people a more positive outlook on their community and taking the first steps toward ending South Bend's gun violence. "The success of this is to bring awareness to the violence throughout our city, not even just the gun violence, but any type of violence throughout our city, to help bring change, to give us access to a better lifestyle," Murphy said. Murphy is partnering with the Standing Against Violence Everyday (SAVE) Team in South Bend.

It's not giving them an opportunity to live life. "Murphy said the idea behind the shirts was to get people to rethink their ideas about violence in the city and realize they can make a difference with a positive outlook on the community. "That is the goal, yes, to make people rethink things and re-evaluate, re-evaluate," Murphy said.

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