Homicide Density Rate

Homicide density syndrome is a social disease defined by the symptomatic condition of elevated homicide risk exposure particularly for black males, living in poor segregated geographies - and there exist several unresolved trauma exposures. The traumas aide deterioration of the family unit, destabilization all community institutions, have a deleterious impact on individual health and reduce individual and community self-sufficiency.

Unresolved Traumatic Exposures

  • Institutionalized Poverty
  • Import of drugs
  • Devalued humanism
  • Limited access to mental health services
  • Mass incarceration
  • Malnutrition
  • Patterned Discrimination
  • Segregation
  • Economic isolation
  • Homelessness
  • Child hunger
  • Social spatialization
  • Normalized Social Disassociation
  • Lack of historical knowledge (PTSD)

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