Many of us would scroll by this and assume it's just another WorldStar video.
A Twitter user shared a video on my timeline of an organization they have in Baltimore, called "Guns Down, Guns Up." This gives an officiated and regulated alternative to gun use - by allowing and supervising boxing to settle issues.
I do not have children, but I am an aunt and role model to my three nephews and teenage niece. I've always been taught that only cowards carry guns, real problems are solved with your words and/or your fists if need be. But what do you think?
- As a parent, would you condone this for your child to settle disputes?
- Do you think this will have a lasting impact on reducing gun violence in neighborhoods?