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Arsenal to Wear White Jerseys in Stand Against Teen Murders

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London (AP) -- The teenage blood being increasingly shed on the streets of London made Arsenal realize it had to use its platform as an English Premier League club to help curb the scourge of youth violence.

As 2021 drew to a close last week, the stabbing of a 16 -year-old boy saw London mourn a record 30th teenage homicide in a year just as Arsenal was already preparing to roll out its “No More Red” campaign.