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Week In Review: Violence Shakes Boston Communities

A sidewalk memorial on Harlem Street in Dorchester. The pamphlets are part of the Boston Police Department’s outreach campaign to encourage anonymous reporting of crime. (Aayesha Siddiqui/WBUR)

A sidewalk memorial on Harlem Street in Dorchester. The pamphlets are part of the Boston Police Department’s outreach campaign to encourage anonymous reporting of crime. (Aayesha Siddiqui/WBUR)

This week, Dorchester was shaken by the fatal shooting of three young women on Sunday. No suspects have been taken into custody.

Meanwhile, after GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney chose Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate, economic policy came into sharper focus in the race for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts.

And a group of TSA agents at Logan International Airport charged that a new security program has been overrun by racial profiling.

Radio Boston takes a look at these stories and more.

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