Transmitting Peace from Englewood to Kenya

By Cure Violence Admin | March 28th, 2012

In its first 3 weeks, over 23,000 NEW subscribers signed up for PeaceTXT, a multidisciplinary project to explore the potential of mobile … 

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Cure Violence Founder presents at MIT on 21st century approaches to conflict

By Cure Violence Admin | February 22nd, 2012

On February 9 through 11, Dr. Gary Slutkin joined an esteemed assembly of social neuroscientists, psychologists, and conflict management … 

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Cure Violence in The Top 100 Best NGOs

By Cure Violence Admin | January 24th, 2012

The Global Journal announced the release of its inaugural ‘ Top 100 Best NGOs’ list naming Cure Violence #30 in Global Journal’s … 

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Baltimore Cure Violence Replication Gets Results!

By Cure Violence Admin | January 12th, 2012

Baltimore Mayor Rawlings-Blake held a press conference yesterday to announce an evaluation of Safe Streets, a Cure Violence replication, … 

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Safe Streets Evaluation Demonstrates Successful Results

By Cure Violence Admin | January 11th, 2012

A new study released by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health shows Safe Streets Baltimore, a replication of Cure … 

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Heroism is a Learned Behavior

By Cure Violence Admin | October 17th, 2011

Dr. Philip Zimbardo , the social psychologist famous for the Stanford Prison Experiment and author of The Lucifer Effect argues that … 

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CNN Profiles Baltimore Safe Streets Program

By Cure Violence Admin | September 27th, 2011

Tard Carter, a 34 year-old, violence interrupter in East Baltimore was recognized as a CNN Hero today . Tard is part of Safe Streets, an … 

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Putting Violence on the Health Care Agenda

By Cure Violence Admin | August 23rd, 2011

The National Prevention and Health Promotion Strategy is probably the most important part of last year’s health care reform that you … 

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