Byline: TIA MITCHELL
Jacksonville Journey's Positive Youth Development subcommittee has met several times, trying to come up with ways to curb the city's violent crime rate through programs that support and encourage those who otherwise might venture down the wrong path.
One thing that has been painfully missing from the subcommittee's meetings are voices of actual youth.
That changed recently when the two teenagers serving on the subcommittee came from behind the table and the shadows of their older counterparts and took center stage, answering questions and offering solutions to the problem at hand. They were joined by three Edward Waters College …