Eye on Detroit: Exploring ways to curb gun violence

Gun violence in America has reached epidemic proportions; 109 lives a day were claimed in 2017 alone. What can be done to address this concern as a public health issue?

The University of Michigan Detroit Center hosts a discussion Thursday, Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. as part of its Eye on Detroit series that will address the roles research and education can play in helping curb the violence. Join this discussion, moderated by Patrick Carter from the U-M Injury Prevention Center, on ways to reframe the gun debate in America.

– Dr. Justin Heinze, University of Michigan School of Public Health
– Reggie “Reg” Davis, CeaseFire Youth Initiative
– Mouchettee Muhammed, CeaseFire Youth Initiative
– Chad King, Black Bottom Gun Club Detroit

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