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San Francisco to pay gang members $300 per month to renounce violence and take ‘life coach’ classes instead


September 1, 2021

The city of San Francisco will launch a bold initiative to curb gun violence: paying “high risk” individuals to put the guns down and become more productive members of society.

San Francisco will launch the ‘Dream Keeper Fellowship’ as a pilot program in October, the San Francisco Examiner reported on Tuesday. Behind the whimsical name, the idea is simple: people “who authorities believe are most at risk of shooting someone” will be offered $300 per month to meet with “life coaches” instead, and to talk other “high risk”individuals out of committing gun crimes.

This monthly stipend increases to $500 as these individuals complete tasks, like meeting with mentors and applying for jobs.

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