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Panel Discussion: "Many Faces of Violence"
by Dan Armstrong
The Graduate School of Social Work will host a discussion panel, "Many Faces of Violence: Understanding Different Perspectives to Inform Policy and Practice," featuring several of the community leaders who are addressing this complex issue. 

The panel discussion will be held Wednesday, November 14, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Priory Campus Auditorium. 

Panelists will include:  
-Tio Hardiman, director of CureViolence Illinois  
-Randolph N. Stone, director of the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Project of the University of Chicago Law School 
-Thomas P. Tharayil, LCSW, director of the Archdiocese of Chicago's Office of Assistance Ministry 
-Demelash Kassaye Debalkie, managing director of the School of Graduate Studies and Research at Ethiopia's Addis Ababa University 
-Felicia Davis, executive director of the Mayor's Office of Public Engagement 
-Martha Jacob, professor of sociology at Dominican.  

Merri Dee, Honorary Co-Chair of CureViolence, will moderate.  

The panel is part of a special two-day engagement on the topic of violence, including a November 13 screening of the film The Interruptersfollowed by a Q and A with producer Alex Kotlowitz.

For more information or to register for either event, visit dom.edu/communities or contact Paul Simpson at pvsimpson@dom.edu.
Time: Wednesday, November 14, 9:00 AM
Location: Priory Campus, Auditorium
Contact: Paul Simpson - x6670 - pvsimpson@dom.edu
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