Casey Joins Advocates to Discuss Gun-Violence Prevention on Wisconsin Public Radio

Posted September 14, 2021, By the Annie E. Casey Foundation

Community members with Chris180 in Atlanta

Natallie Keiser, who oversees neighborhood transformation strategies for the Casey Foundation’s Atlanta Civic Site, recently joined two community advocates — Tio Hardiman, executive director of Violence Interrupters, and Reggie Moore, director of Violence Prevention and Policy and Engagement for the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Comprehensive Injury Center — to explore gun-violence interruption efforts.

Listen to the interview

The discussion, which aired on Wisconsin Public Radio, explored the root causes of community gun violence and ways that residents in Atlanta, Chicago and Milwaukee — in partnership with local nonprofits and other public and private leaders — are addressing these issues from a public health and racial justice perspective.

Learn more about Casey’s community safety efforts in Atlanta

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