In this episode I give an overview of The New Hood Peace Partners podcast, what's it's about, and what listeners can expect.
Mentioned in the show:
Street Corner Resources
Paterson Healing Collective
The New Hood Peace Partners on Twitter
The Philadelphia Negro: A Social Study (1899) by W.E.B. Du Bois
Dr. Hudson's dissertation: Interrogating the Notion of Evidence-Based Policy in Community-Based Violence Prevention
About The New Hood Peace Partners podcast:
The New Hood Peace Partners is a podcast about community-based violence prevention, the people who do it, the practice of how it’s done, and the policy around it. The podcast offers insight on the community-based violence prevention field, and the partners working for peace. From grassroots leaders, advocates and survivors, to researchers and people working in government, The New Hood Peace Partners seeks to elevate the work of Black and Brown folks in violence prevention across the country. The host is Dr. Talib Hudson, founder of The New Hood, a community-based think tank dedicated to empowering Black and Brown communities through policy ideas, research, and solutions. Find more information on The New Hood at www.thenewhood.org.