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The New Architecture of Violence Reduction in Chicago

September 10, 2019, 1-3 pm
Roosevelt University, 7th Floor – Ganz Hall
430 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60605

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At this American Dream Reconsidered Session, the executive director of the Institute for Nonviolence Chicago and several leaders from our collaborative partner agencies will discuss the architecture of violence prevention in Chicago. Speakers include a range of administrators and practitioners overseeing and implementing Communities Partnering 4 Peace, READI Chicago, the Chicago Police Department and the Mayor’s Office of Public Safety to support and engage communities in short- and long-term violence reduction.

Vaughn Bryant, director, Communities Partnering 4 Peace
Miguel Cambray, director of employment, READI Chicago
Ernest Cato III, 15th district commander, Chicago Police Department
Ric Estrada, chief executive officer, Metropolitan Family Services
Teny Oded Gross, founder and executive director, the Institute for Nonviolence Chicago
Invited: Susan Lee, deputy mayor of public safety, City of Chicago

September 10 2019


Date: September 10
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Roosevelt University

430 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60605

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Stevenson Center of Democracy
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Institute for Nonviolence Chicago
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