Video: Reducing Gun Violence and Building Peace in Chicago
July 16, 2018 | Grantee News | Chicago Commitment

Deborah Bennett, Senior Program Officer at Polk Bros. Foundation led a conversation with Lisa Daniels, Founder and Director of the Darren B. Easterling Center for Restorative Practices, and John Hardy, a former violence interrupter who is now a Senior Program Manager with Cure Violence (left to right). The Easterling Center and Cure Violence received grants from the MacArthur-supported Partnership for Safe and Peaceful Communities, a coalition of more than 30 Chicago funders and foundations committed to aligning their funding to support proven and promising strategies to reduce violence.

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