justice’s Profile

Joined the community:
July 2017
justice is from:
Illinois, United States
Age:
18 years 11 months old
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I love black people

Issues justice cares about:
justice’s has joined the community because:
I love black people and am passionate about justice for black people
What does justice bring to their community?:

My love for black people and my passion for justice

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  • How can you create peace in your community?

     

    What would a violence free summer in Chicago look like???

     

    Post your responses here and make sure you submit a video!!

     

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  • The peace forum was an opportunity for students to share their opinions and thoughts around violence in the community. Peace First participants were asked about their personal experiences with the violence in their communities and their personal experiences with violence. Police Violence, and Community Centers for youth were among the topics that…[Read more]

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  • Dixon students participated in the movie screening of “Whose Streets” where they observed the aftermath of the murder of Michael Brown by police. We observed how the community galvanized to organize around solutions such as police accountability and addressing gun violence. Students observed a panel discussion about the film

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  • Dixon students participated in the movie screening of “Whose Streets” where they observed the aftermath of the murder of Michael Brown by police. We observed how the community galvanized to organize around solutions such as police accountability and addressing gun violence. Students observed a panel discussion about the film

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  • Dixon students participated in the movie screening of “Whose Streets” where they observed the aftermath of the murder of Michael Brown by police. We observed how the community galvanized to organize around solutions such as police accountability and addressing gun violence. Students observed a panel discussion about the film

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  • Dixon students participated in the movie screening of “Whose Streets” where they observed the aftermath of the murder of Michael Brown by police. We observed how the community galvanized to organize around solutions such as police accountability and addressing gun violence. Students observed a panel discussion about the film

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  • Dixon students participated in the movie screening of “Whose Streets” where they observed the aftermath of the murder of Michael Brown by police. We observed how the community galvanized to organize around solutions such as police accountability and addressing gun violence. Students observed a panel discussion about the film

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  • Questions For Peace First Participants

     

    How can we reduce violence in our communities ?

     

    How can YOU personally reduce violence in your communities?

     

    In a perfect world what would your community look like?

     

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  • How can we reduce violence in our communities ?

    Bring people together and create unity in a good place to talk about peace

    How can YOU personally reduce violence in your communities?

    I can create media and art to empower others. I can create posters or start a program called “Peace in the Neighborhood”

    In a perfect world what would…[Read more]

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