Why an entire college class donated to Cure Violence.....

By Buettner, Kathy | October 11th, 2016

Students at the University of Mount Union in Ohio taking Professor Steve Kramer's "Social Responsibility" course got together and donated … 

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The Relationship between Cuts to the Cure Violence Model and Increases in Killings in Chicago

By Charlie Ransford | September 22nd, 2016

To learn more about the data on on the Relationship between the Cure Violence Model and citywide increases and decreases in killing in … 

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Cure Violence founder honored by UNICEF

By Charlie Ransford | September 22nd, 2016

At a UNICEF luncheon in Chicago Friday, September 23rd, Gary Slutkin, Founder & CEO of Cure Violence and professor of epidemiology at … 

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PODCAST: Dr. Gary Slutkin on Countering Violent Extremism

By Charlie Ransford | August 30th, 2016

A new podcast series sponsored by the Center for Strategic and International Studies' Commission on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) … 

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Cure Violence In the Media

By Charlie Ransford | August 28th, 2016

IDEAS.TED One Way to Cure America's Murder Epidemic (8 24 16) -- "Gun violence is singularly an American problem. But there's a … 

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PODCAST: Reducing Community Violence: A Prescription for Change

By Charlie Ransford | July 25th, 2016

The Annie E. Casey Foundation podcasts are monthly conversations focusing on how all of us can work together to build a brighter future for … 

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PODCAST: Police Violence Through A Public Health Lens

By Zeimer, Matan | July 20th, 2016

The recent disturbing and unjust killings of unarmed people of color by police officers and the police killings that followed have shaken … 

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53rd Anniversary of MLK, Jr.'s March on Washington

By Buettner, Kathy | January 18th, 2016

Fifty-three years ago, Martin Luther King, Jr. led a peaceful march on Washington, D.C. where he delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" … 

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Two ex-gang members stop a long-running war in the Bronx using unconvential methods

By Michael J. Lewis | January 11th, 2016

Note: Names of some individuals mentioned in this story have been changed. They had been fighting for more than a decade, over the same … 

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Visualizing the Shooting Epidemic in Baltimore

By Gross, Jonathan | December 14th, 2015

All shootings are preventable, despite common belief. Shootings frequently occur in or near the same locations, involve individuals with … 

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