The Black on Black Crime Coalition announced its long-term plan to reverse the epidemic of black on black crime. They`re calling the City of Little Rock to action. So far this year, 30 homicides have been committed in Little Rock, 47% of which were committed by blacks against blacks. Nationally, homicide is the leading cause of death for black men ages 15-24, and the second leading cause of death for black women of the same age group. "Black on black crime is an epidemic that ultimately strikes not only African American co mmunities, but touches the entire city," says Coalition member Mike Steele. "Therefore, the Coalition is reaching out to all age groups and institutions in Little Rock." If you want to volunteer you can call the Center for Healing Hearts and Spirits at (501) 372-3900.