A panel with leading members of the local faith community, including Fr. Michael Pfleger and Rami Nashashibi from IMAN, discussing the roles they’re playing in combating violence in their neighborhoods and how their respective faith traditions inform and shape their approach. Meet representatives from organizations in the Chicago area that are responding to the crisis.
Right Now: “The Chicagoland Lens: A Look at Chicago Public Schools” with Elizabeth Dozier, Principal of Fenger Academy High School, Lila Leff, founder of Umoja Student Development Corporation, Michelle Morrison, Chief Executive Officer for Youth Guidance, Karen VanAusdal, Director of the CPS Office of Social and Emotional Learning, and Christopher Huff, Master’s Candidtate at the School of Social Service Administration. Moderated by The Chicago Tribune’s Noreen Ahmed-Ullah.
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