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In this live podcast recording, panelists identify and scrutinize the root causes of youth violence. United Kingdom-based community organizer Temi Mwale founded the 4Front Project to find solutions to street violence in London – not unlike the trauma experienced in Chicago. She offers her perspective alongside Clinical & Community Psychologist Dr. Obari Cartman, Poet and activist Jessica "FM Supreme" Disu and organizer and writer Charles Preston. We also hear from Tree, a high school counselor whose encounter with gun violence left him handicapped. Dometi Pongo co-moderates the panel with Black Lives Matter activist Kofi Ademola. Chicago Urban League President and CEO Shari Runner provides an opening statement marking the end of the first season of "CULture Race and Equity." -- Twitter: Instagram: Facebook: CUL President & CEO, Shari Runner Hosted by Dometi Pongo |

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