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Buttigieg discusses violence in South Bend, rising tariffs’ impact on local farmers

NOW: Buttigieg discusses violence in South Bend, rising tariffs’ impact on local farmers

SOUTH BEND, Ind.—Democratic presidential hopeful and current South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg was live in the ABC57 studio on Wednesday.

Buttigieg discussed the impact of increasing tariffs on Michiana farmers after sharing his view on the national issue on Twitter on May 13.

The Mayor also touched on how the City is responding to violence in South Bend. 

On Wednesday from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m., Buttigieg will be in attendance at the My Brother’s Keeper Community Challenge at the Charles Black Community Center, located at 3419 W. Washington St.

The initiative, which was first rolled out in 2016, challenges the community to remove barriers and assist young boys and men of color in South Bend.

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SteveWestlake 10 days ago
So in the long run ANOTHER bureaucracy formed to tell us violence is caused by disadvantaged boys of color? Hmmm... Rhodes Scholar speak! The next thing you know PeteY will confess to being gay and that he had a WHITE privileged life. And he feels guilty! I'm pretty sure with the second largest civil budget for a community in Indiana ($368million) maybe South Bend could forego more pretty lights on the race and employ these "boys of color". Instead of "tracking" them. Work gives a person a sense of being. Of pride and accomplishment! Professional pols are a pain!

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