The College’s three-year collaboration with MGH’s Center for Gun Violence Prevention and the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute to transform the narratives around gun violence was featured in local and higher education media outlets, as the launch event occurred in early December.
Students enrolled in multi-disciplinary studio classes in the College’s Engagement Lab will work alongside community partners to transform narratives of gun violence in Boston by understanding and representing the social complexity of the problem. Eric Gordon, Director of the Engagement Lab at Emerson College, will lead the College’s work.
Watch the segment with community partner leaders on GBH’s Greater Boston.
Read the op ed “If we want to end gun violence, we need to change the narratives” in The Dorchester Reporter by Eric Gordon, Chaplain Clementina Chéry, president/CEO of the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute, and co-directors of MGH’s Center for Gun Violence Prevention Dr. Peter Masiakos and Dr. Chana A. Sacks.
Read the University Business article.