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Reducing and Preventing Violence: Strengthening Reporting About What Works

Sunday, September 20, 2015 09:57 PM

The Center on Media, Crime and Justice at John Jay College (CMCJ) selected 27 journalists as Reporting Fellows for a special year-long project (2015-2016) aimed at strengthening reporting on solutions to the problem of violence in America. The fellowship program, sponsored by the Solutions Journalism Network, launched September 21, 2015 with a two-day symposium at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City, entitled Reducing and Preventing Violence: Strengthening Reporting About What Works.

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Fellows Stories

With gun violence a regular occurrence in Trenton, could hospital-based intervention benefit city?
Penny Ray, The Trentonian
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Black Wounds Matter: Violent-crime survivors have emerged with an alternative policy vision for criminal-justice reform
Sarah Stillman, The New Yorker
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Minneapolis uses citywide plan to reduce youth violence
Ashley Luthern, MIlwaukee Journal Sentinel
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