On Tuesday, August 27 at 12:30 ET, Spark Action and the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange (JJIE), will host a Google (G+) Hangout featuring members of Cure Violence partner, Save Our Streets (SOS) Crown Heights.
It’s slated to be a “lively conversation,” discussing how the program works, the importance of the youth component, and what other cities and localities can learn from SOS Crown Heights.
- Clay Duda, journalist and author of the article “The Art of Interrupting Deadly Youth Violence”
- Amy Ellenbogen, Director, Crown Heights Mediation Center
- Lavon Walker, Outreach Worker, Crown Heights Mediation Center
Join the conversation! Have a question for one of the participants? Submit your questions now and during the Hangout, to the Hangout via Facebook or Twitter using #SOShangout or email: email@example.com
>> Learn more about this G+ Hangout: http://jjie.org/soshangout/
>> Join the Hangout!: https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cb4e8f0pe21kh4ur5nrf3eo7go4