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Responding to Gun Violence with a Public Health Strategy - Shared screen with speaker view
Beth Hogan
36:10
is CDC looking at animal abuse as part of big picture too? I think Morehouse was planning a study on link between animal abuse/neglect and child abuse/neglect.
Arla Bernstein
46:43
WILL I HAVE ACCESS TO THE RECORDING TO SHOW MY HEALTH COMMUNICATION CLASS?
Robyn Bussey
50:08
@Arla Bernstein yes the recording will be made available after the meeting
Ade Oguntoye
57:53
Please remember to add your questions to the chat as they come up.
Megan Sparks
01:00:39
How are violence interrupters and outreach workers typically received by the communities in which they're working? What obstacles do they typically encounter, and how do they overcome them?
Bonnie Hardage
01:02:00
Can you please talk about the healing circles in community and how local law enforcement may or may not be engaged? Also how they are engaged in your work in general.
Arla Bernstein
01:02:20
Can you expand what is involved in the Israel/West Bank conflict as a community problem, not only a national problem.
Liz Bounds
01:03:10
What kind of support has CV received from faith-based institutions in its Chicago work?
Beth Hayden-Hogan, MPP
01:04:26
are you currently active in Atlanta?
Daniel Enger
01:06:40
I would be grateful to hear Cobe's thoughts on how the defense of one's sense of respect might contribute to gun violence. If this is a factor, what can we do about it?
kathryn lawler
01:20:18
DISCUSSIONWhat was new or surprising to you about this application of public health strategies to gun violence?How do you think this model can be made an even more powerful force for change in Atlanta, right now?What is my org/personal role in supporting public health approaches to addressing violence in our community?