The Racism-based Violence Injury & Prevention Lab examines racism, violence, and trauma among emerging adults 18 to 29 years of age from marginalized ethnic groups in the U.S.


NEWSLETTER HIGHLIGHTS

IN THIS ISSUE:

Empowering Wellness Event: March 18th-19th

Collaborative Research with the National Institute of Justice

Interview with Keith Mascoll of Triggered Life

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Upcoming Events:


EMERGING ADULTHOOD THINK TANKS

POLICE VIOLENCE

PERSONAL SAFETY

SOCIAL MOBILITY

MENTAL & BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

RACISM-BASED TRAUMA

 

The purpose of our Think Tanks is to work with researchers, practitioners, community-based organizations, legislatures, and other key stakeholders on issues impacting the health and well-being of emerging adult populations aged 18-29 in the U.S.

 

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 IN THE NEWS:

Our Philadelphia is a short documentary that centers on the perspectives of teenagers from an all-male school in West Philadelphia regarding the grief and aftermath of gun violence within their community.

Dr. Robert Motley discusses the research he co-authored, "Prevalence and Correlates of Police Contact Anxiety among Male and Female Black Emerging Adults in St. Louis, Missouri," in the NASW Research Journal.