One of the four initiatives that the Judge Alexander Williams, Jr. Center for Education, Justice, and Ethics will be bringing to P.S. 103 in West Baltimore is a Gun Violence Intervention Program that will be a joint partnership with Reverend Hathaway's Beloved Community Services Corp.
Dr. Joseph B. Richardson, Professor of African American Studies and Anthropology at the University of Maryland, recently co-produced a docu-series called "Life After Gunshot." Life After the Gunshot is a "digital media storytelling platform committed to illuminating the causes and collateral consequences of gun violence and trauma as a public health crisis. Their platform is dedicated to translating gun violence research, and amplifying the voices of those most impacted by gun violence and trauma into viable community-based violence prevention and intervention solutions created for and by the people."
The Center is fortunate to have Dr. Richardson supporting the Gun Violence Intervention program at P.S. 103. With his years of expertise and research, the program will be enriched under his guidance and direction. To learn more about the P.S. 103 initiatitve, be sure to check out the website and watch this video to understand how Dr. Richardson is able to enhance the quality of so many lives.