Safe Streets Evaluation Demonstrates Successful Results

By Cure Violence | 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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A Private Screening of “The Interrupters” in D.C.

By Cure Violence | November 9th, 2011

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Cure Violence hosted a private screening of “ The Interrupters ” on September 26 for a … 

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Heroism is a Learned Behavior

By Cure Violence | 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 | 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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Great News from Crown Heights SOS

By Cure Violence | September 13th, 2011

Crown Heights Brooklyn has gone 78 DAYS without a shooting in their target area in spite of a spike of violence throughout the community … 

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The Interrupters Chicago Premiere

By Cure Violence | September 3rd, 2011

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Cure Violence employs international health methods to reverse epidemic violence

By Cure Violence | August 30th, 2011

WBEZ Worldview goes deep on Cure Violence’s public health methodology. This is a “must-listen” for anyone who wants a deeper … 

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Lessons from London

By Cure Violence | August 26th, 2011

The Guardian Observer published Dr. Gary Slutkin’s essay on the London Riots, which illustrates a fundamental tenant of Cure … 

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Putting Violence on the Health Care Agenda

By Cure Violence | 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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