1. Preventing the Washington Navy Yard Shootings: Dr. Alan Lipman in the Wall Street Journal


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    Very convincing and powerful. Dr. Lipman describes why the combination of serious mental illness and gun availability is such a lethal combination in mass shootings, and makes an authoritative, informed case for how to prevent these shootings in the future. If you only watch one interview on the link between guns, mental illness and mass shootings, this is it. Let's get to work.

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    • Violence Prevention - Grossmont, CA


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      Jeneé Littrell, David Leonhardi, and Daniel Whittaker, a student at Grossmont Union High School District, show how the district’s Camp LEAD brought teachers, students, and law enforcement together in a unique solution to curb community violence.

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      • Campers "Breaking Through" Bullying


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        Summer Camp kids at The Heights Center are learning to "break through" buillying with the help of Sensei Don. Using the Five Fingers of Violence Prevention curriculum and his extensive experience as a Black Belt with Kurokawa Martial Arts, Sensei has captured their attention! The Heights Center's camp program not only keeps kids safe and having fun during the summer, it also enriches their academic readiness and promotes leadership in at-risk youth.

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        • Teens Press Legislators on Youth Program Cuts


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          Teens from Boston urge state legislators to reverse proposed cuts in spending on summer jobs and violence prevention. Report for BNN News. Aired April 24, 2013.

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          • What is Love PSA


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            We believe every teen is deserving of an extraordinary dating relationship. We are dedicated to providing creative, innovative programming, engaging teens to recognize the difference between abusive love and extraordinary love.

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            • Mother's In Charge: Combating Violence Through Community Support


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              Mother's In Charge is a local organization that offers grief support for women who have lost a child or loved one to violence in the Philadelphia area. They also host and participate in many programs to help spread their mission of "violence prevention, education and intervention for youth, young adults, families and community organizations."

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              • Survivors Describe Gun Control Push in Washington


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                Sarah Flint and Deborah Wornum of Mothers for Justice and Equality talk about their efforts this week in Washington, DC to bring about more violence prevention through expansion of gun control. Interview on BNN News. Aired February 15, 2013.

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                • Inside Boulder- Violence Prevention


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                  This video is a segment from the Feb. 15, 2013 episode of Inside Boulder and features a discussion with Bill Woodward of CU's Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence about the prevention of violence by youth and ways to counter bullying. For more Inside Boulder go to www.BoulderChannel8.com

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                  • Help the Green Outnumber the Red.


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                    http://www.up.edu/greendot. Green Dot is a violence prevention program that invites everyone of us to participate in the solutions to prevent stalking, partner violence, sexual assault, and rape. The idea is simple: if you see a situation of potential violence, intervene. Step in directly, get some help, knock down a bunch of cereal boxes or yell your abcs. Do something, anything, that will reduce the likelihood that violence will occur. The Green Dot program at the University of Portland was supported by Grant No. 2011-WA-AX-0017 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S., DOJ. Video and music created by Tanya L. Crenshaw.

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