Partnering with youth organizers to prevent violence: an analysis of relationships, power, and change.

  title={Partnering with youth organizers to prevent violence: an analysis of relationships, power, and change.},
  author={Tessa Hicks Peterson and Tom Dolan and Sam Hanft},
  journal={Progress in community health partnerships : research, education, and action},
  volume={4 3},
BACKGROUND Youth from the city of San Bernardino, California, launched a community organizing campaign to develop policy changes to address conditions of inter-racial violence in their community. Pitzer College students collaborated with the high school youth organizers in a community-based participatory research (CBPR) project to study violence and racial conflict at local high schools. OBJECTIVES The purpose of the project was to explore the experiences and perceptions of high school youth… CONTINUE READING

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