The Workshop hosts a forum on criminal justice and youth violence on April 17, 2014.
We’ll be talking about how the courts, detention, prison, and probation systems impact individuals and communities snared by violence.
A panel discussion by legal, mental health, and prison experts will be followed by interviews with a dozen community groups and organizations.
- Elizabeth Clarke, Juvenile Justice Initiative
- Julie Biehl, Children and Family Justice Center, Northwestern Law School
- Elena Quintana, Adler School of Professional Psychology
- Charles Perry, Westside Health Authority
- Tony Lowery, Safer Foundation
- Father David Kelly, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation
This a joint effort of the Community Media Workshop and Strengthening Chicago’s Youth, an effort of Lurie Children’s Hospital.
When: 10 am to noon – Thursday, April 17, 2014
Where: Columbia College Chicago, 1104 S. Wabash Ave., 8th Floor
A joint-program for journalists and neighborhood groups of the Community Media Workshop and Strengthening Chicago’s Youth, an effort of Lurie Children’s Hospital.
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If you missed your opportunity to better understand the complicated issue of America’s wage wars, we’ve put together a Storify recapping the media panel & community forum hosted by The Workshop.
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This event was brought to you by:
Community Media Workshop
The Field Foundation
The Robert R. McCormick Foundation
Picture by Carlos Javier Ortiz
JOIN THE CONVERSATION ABOUT VIOLENCE IN CHICAGO. Community Media Workshop hosts a media forum gathering journalists, community voices and students. Have your voice heard at this FREE EVENT on Tuesday October 29, 2013 from 6-8 pm at Columbia College Chicago, 33 East Congress, Room 101 (Click here for map).
Join moderator Natalie Moore, WBEZ Reporter, in a conversation about covering violence with Brenda Butler of Columbia Links; Juliana Stratton of Cook County’s Justice Advisory Council; Chris Rudd of the Mikva Challenge; and Gaynor Hall Paterson, WGN/CLTV Reporter.
The anti-violence media forum is co-sponsored by Strengthening Chicago’s Youth at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and the Community Media Workshop, and sponsored by McCormick Foundation’s Why News Matters initiative.
Click here to read more about organizing against violence.