"ADMIT" Program Wants Teens To Trade In Bullets for Beats

In the wake of apparent gun violence among teens in Miami-Dade, one program is hoping they'll trade in bullets for beats.  

ADMIT or Alternative Directions Music Industry Training is teaming up with anti-gun violence groups to target teens.  Gigi Tinsley with ADMIT, says there is an alternative to fighting with weapons.

"They can come into the studio, write their own lyrics and get their frustrations out in music instead of fighting and killing each other," said Tinsley.

They're holding a musical showcase Wednesday night at Florida Memorial University with guest speakers who have lost loved ones from gun violence.  Take home dinners will be provided to the youth attending.  The event starts at 6:30 p.m.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content