On Monday, Dec. 2nd the City of Wilmington and UNCW will partner with CFCC to host the third community conversation about ways to local reduce gang/gun violence.
The city is partnering with other local agencies to host a series of meetings that bring local non-profit, education and business stakeholders together to identify short and long term-strategies that can be implemented to help reduce gang violence. From these sessions, a series of recommendations for action by public policy makers, including elected officials and leaders of private corporations and non-profits, will be generated.
This meeting will focus on the role education plays to address issues such as crime and violence and will include a panel discussion with UNCW Chancellor Gary Miller, CFCC President Ted Spring, New Hanover County Schools Superintendent Tim Markley, NHC District Court Judge James Faison and Wilmington Housing Authority Board Chair Jeff Hovis. The meeting will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at CFCC’s Union Station on Front Street, 5th Floor.
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