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(Washington, D.C.) Memphis leaders will take part in a youth violence summit in the Washington, D.C. area today.

The Justice Department selected ten cities to take part in the two-day event, and Memphis is one of them.

Among those expected to participate are Memphis Mayor A C Wharton, police director Toney Armstrong, state department of safety commissioner Bill Gibbons and Reverend Keith Norman from First Baptist Broad.