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- community based violence intervention 14
- New Jersey 14
- public safety 14
- Public Health 10
- Theater 8
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- Elizabeth Youth Theater Ensemble 16
- Elizabeth Police Department 3
- Urban League of Union County 2
- Walking the Beat 1
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Part 2 of 4. "That's the medicine." Learn about building a police department WITH the community. Important listening.
Part 1 of 2. "Pretty city committee." Sandra talks to Angela about her time as a teacher, disrupting violence with art, and coming together to make the city we want to live in.
Delores (82) shares her insight, experience, and testimony on a changing community with Gabby (17). As an organization, we believe intergenerational spaces and intergenerational sharing is important.
Part 2 of 2. Judge Carl Marshall talks to Julissa (17) about his experiences as a juvenile justice judge, the law, justice and a more perfect union.
Part 1 of 2. Judge Carl Marshall talks to Julissa (17) about his experiences as a juvenile justice judge, the law, justice and a more perfect union.
Part 2 of 2. "The danger of worry."
Two teenaged friends sit and talk about a world they did not choose and choosing themselves.
Penny (8) talks with her mother, Angela, about being a child, children's rights, and personhood.
Part 1. These two friends take turns interviewing each other about the world and their place in it.
Teenagers and best friends, Julissa and Argo talk about their perspectives on safety and youth-led movements.
Part 2 of 2. "Pretty city committee." Sandra talks to Angela about her time as a teacher, disrupting violence with art, and coming together to make the city we want to live in.
Dr. Lundy is currently engaged in research of 313+ free and enslaved African people buried in unmarked graves in the Siloam-Hope First (Old First) Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth, NJ cemetery with a goal of establishing a monument to honor and remember...
Teen artist Audens interviews hero & retired detective Darin Williamson of the Elizabeth Police Department.
Part 1 of 4. "Between the year we had double the arrests and the next one, when I became Chief, where we made half of that, which year did the police work harder? When we made more arrests or fewer?"...
Part 4 of 4. "We have to change the culture." Chief Sacca breaks community policing, best practices, and working in-relationship.
Part 1 of 2. "The need is so great. We offer services to make right what years have gotten so wrong."