March 2019

Philly school board set to decide: Should all high schools use metal detectors? [philly.com]

The Philadelphia school board is slated to decide a tough topic Thursday night: Should every high school in the city require students to pass through metal detectors? All 49 Philadelphia district high schools have the scanning equipment, but three don’t use it. A proposed board policy would shift that, effectively requiring Science Leadership Academy, Science Leadership Academy at Beeber, and the Workshop School to use their metal detectors. Amir Curry, a senior at SLA Beeber, thinks that...

Community Health Worker/ Certified Peer Specialist Training for Young Men- Deadline to Apply- April 6th!

The Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice in Philadelphia is currently accepting applications for our 2019 Community Health Worker Peer/ Certified Peer Specialist Training Academy. This training is funded by the Office for Victims of Crime as part of pilot project, Supporting Male Survivors of Violence. The program is designed to train young men, ages 18-30, who have experienced violent injury in their own lives to become Community Health Worker Peers/ Certified Peer Specialists.

Philadelphia to hold hearing on gun violence

The Special Committee on Gun Violence will be holding a hearing jointly with City Council’s Committee on Public Safety on Monday, March 18 th , 1-4PM, in Council Chambers (Room 400, City Hall). This will be an opportunity for the Office of Violence Prevention to provide some detail on the recently released plan, The Philadelphia Roadmap to Safer Communities.

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