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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