Not Too Late for Summit '99

From: GHoneycutt (
Date: Wed Jun 02 1999 - 17:33:12 EDT

It's not too late to register

be a one-of-a-kind networking, learning and coalition building event. Workshops
and roundtables vary from lobbying to integrating youth into programs and
initiatives to research and evaluation to technology (see workshop listing

"Live Talk," the talk-show session modeled after "Politically Incorrect," and
sectoral/discipline and regional caucuses will provide ample opportunity for
strategic planning and addressing the field's most urgent issues. Jim Copple,
deputy executive director of the National Crime Prevention Council will host
"Live Talk." Tony Borbon, assistant director of the Violence Prevention
Coalition of Greater Los Angeles, and Jose Rosado, case manager and gang street
outreach coordinator at Youth Force in New York, are confirmed guests.

The fee ($190.00, member; $250.00, nonmember) includes all Summit programming
(workshops, roundtables, film festival, breakfasts, lunches, pre-Summit
actvities, caucuses, and trip to Downtown San Antonio) and materials and, for
newcomers, one full year of membership. Youth can attend for $100. There is a
flat rate of $89.00 at the hotel (877-377-7227) and special deals with American
and Delta airlines. There are a number of packages for exhibitors and
advertisers as well. Questions? Call the NNVPP Office a 617-618-2380, check out
the Web site at

Getting the Message Out: Planning and Developing Violence Prevention Material
Sylvia Abdul-Haqq, Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network

Evaluating Violence Prevention Programs: Designing an Evaluation Plan
Tonya Aultman-Bettridge, Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence,
University of Colorado

Evaluating Violence Prevention Programs: Data Collection, Analysis & Reporting
Tonya Aultman-Bettridge

Youth Organizing: A New Approach to Violence Prevention
Hilary Binder-Aviles, Alliance for Justice

Youth-Led Strategies for Change: How to be an Adult Ally
Hilary Binder-Aviles

When Juvenile Justice, Prevention and the Media Merge: The Flashpoint Project
Kelly J. Brilliant, Eastern District Attorney's Office, MA

Strategic Planning for Non-profits
Mark Carmona, Kronkowski Foundation

Preventing Violence through Conferencing: A New Process from Native Wisdom
Bob Costello , Real Justice

Young Men's Work: The Roots of Men's Violence
Allan Creighton, Oakland Men's Project and TODOS Institute

Making the Peace: A Violence Prevention Program for Young People
Allan Creighton

Telling Our Stories: Evaluation Methods
Eric D. Dawson, Peace Games

Visioning for the Future: Peace Games as an Organizational Growth Model
Eric D. Dawson

Monitoring Progress: Balancing Evaluation with Community Needs
Ann Doucette-Gates, PhD, The Glendon Association

East Oakland Partnership to Reduce Juvenile Gun Violence: A Collaborative Model
Rommel Hilario, Youth ALIVE!

Addressing School Violence in a Collaborative Effort
Dr. Darrel Lang, Kansas State Dept. of Education

The Glass is Half-Full! Positive Youth Development in Action
Maria Guajardo Lucero, PhD, Search Institute - Assets for Colorado Youth

Public Relations for Non-profits: Cultivating Media Relationships
Wesley Mallette, Black Entertainment Television, Inc.

Healing the Hate: Innovations in Hate Crime Prevention
Karen McLaughlin, National Center for Hate Crime Prevention

Being a Player: Lobbying Rules for Non-Profits
John Pomeranz, Alliance for Justice

Using Technology to Bring Practices to the Grassroots
Alice Ray, Ripple Effects

Organizational Development: Conducting an Agency Diagnostic
Anita Rogers, PhD, Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network

Building a Statewide Violence Prevention Initiative: A Progress Report from New
York State
Mary Grenz Jalloh, Upstate Center of School Safety, Ulster County BOCES

Peacebuilding in Schools
Katie Barak, MSW Ed.D, Peacebuilders/Heartsprings

Community Mobilization and Coalition Building; San Antonio Fighting Back
John Sanders, San Antonio Fighting Back

JUMP City: Creating a Prevention CD-ROM
Sean Tracy, California Attorney General's Office

Gaea L. Honeycutt <>
Program and Research Associate
The National Network of Violence Prevention Practitioners
Education Development Center, Inc.
55 Chapel Street
Newton, MA 02458-1060
FAX: 617-244-3436

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