Rafael A, Mangual compiles list of cities with record homicide rates in 2021
Rafael A. Mangual has compiled a list of stories from multiple media sources regarding the murder rates of multiple cities hitting either record homicides or the largest homicide rates in decades.
The entire thread is harrowing:
Them: “Relax. Things aren’t nearly as bad as they were in the 1990s.”
Philly: “They’re worse, here.”https://t.co/w08ZjmhiyK
— Rafael A. Mangual (@Rafa_Mangual) November 29, 2021
The thread starts there and covers:
Philadelphia, Louisville, Cincinatti, Columbus, Baltimore City, Trenton, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Austin, Memphis, Tuscon, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Milwaukee, Kansas City, Portland, Jacksonville, Rochester, Tulsa, Seattle, Chicago, Denver, Colorado Springs, Albuquerque, Fort Worth, Fayetteville, Jackson, Greensboro, Wichita, Lansing, and Shreveport.