SSIR Series: We Know How to Prevent Gun Violence, Now We Need to Scale It
In this first episode of our special series with Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR), we speak with Arne Duncan. Arne is managing partner at the anti-gun violence organization Chicago CRED and former U.S. Secretary of Education.
In our conversation, we talk about CRED’s multifaceted approach – one that involves working directly with the communities and people who are most likely to carry a gun or get shot. Arne also shares the research showing CRED’s potential to significantly reduce gun violence in Chicago by 80 percent and his vision for their program to be adapted in many urban places across the country.
If you want to learn more about Chicago CRED visit chicagocred.org
Read the article written by Arne Duncan titled “We Know How to Prevent Gun Violence, Now We Need to Scale It” here.
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This series is a partnership between Spring Impact and SSIR and produced by Hueman Group Media