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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. This show is a production of The New Hood, a community-based think tank dedicated to empowering Black and Brown communities through policy ideas, research, and solutions.

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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. This show is a production of The New Hood, a community-based think tank dedicated to empowering Black and Brown communities through policy ideas, research, and solutions.

    On a Personal Note

    On a Personal Note

    An update on life and the podcast

    • 2 min
    Episode 10: Violence Prevention with a Global Black Perspective with Pastor Larita Rice-Barnes

    Episode 10: Violence Prevention with a Global Black Perspective with Pastor Larita Rice-Barnes

    From East St. Louis to Kampala, violence affects marginalized Black communities. Pastor Larita Rice-Barnes shares her insight on doing violence prevention work in the United States, and building connections with leaders across the continent of Africa.



    Mentioned in this Episode


    Trapped in the System
    My Pink Stilettos 
    Global Impact Leadership Alliance (GILA)
    1917 East St. Louis Massacre
    The World is a Ghetto



    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.

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    • 1 hr 5 min
    Episode 9: "I Was Called to It" with Dr. Shani Buggs

    Episode 9: "I Was Called to It" with Dr. Shani Buggs

    Gun violence prevention is not a job, it's a calling. We talk with Dr. Shani Buggs about her work in gun violence prevention research, her calling to it, and the work yet needed to be done.



    Mentioned in this Episode


    UC Davis Health Violence Prevention Research Program
    Black and Brown Peace Consortium
    Cost of Violence



    About The New Hood Peace Partners

    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.



    Support The New Hood

    Please consider making a recurring donation of at least $20.65. You donate via our website at www.thenewhood.org/donate. Thank you so much for your support.

    • 46 min
    Episode 8: #Justice4Najee with Dr. Liza Chowdhury

    Episode 8: #Justice4Najee with Dr. Liza Chowdhury

    Najee Seabrooks was a local anti-violence hero in Paterson, New Jersey, serving his community with the Paterson Healing Collective until he was shot by the police. In this episode we talk with Dr. Liza Chowdhury about her friend Najee and the policy changes the peace partners in Paterson want to see in the aftermath of his killing.



    Mentioned in the Show:


    ⁠Justice4Najee⁠
    ⁠Paterson Healing Collective⁠
    ⁠Najee Seabrooks GoFundMe⁠
    Paterson Healing Collective on Instagram⁠

    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.

    • 27 min
    Episode 7: Does Absence of "Evidence" Mean Evidence of Absence? with Dr. Talib Hudson

    Episode 7: Does Absence of "Evidence" Mean Evidence of Absence? with Dr. Talib Hudson

    We often hear about the need for evidence-based strategies, but what does evidence really mean? And who defines it? In this episode we take a brief look at the meaning of evidence in research and policy, and its role in community-based violence prevention.



    Mentioned in the Show:


    The Action Research Podcast
    Community and the Crime Decline: The Causal Effect of Local Nonprofits on Violent Crime
    Lessons Learned from a Citywide Abandoned Housing Experiment
    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.

    • 20 min
    Episode 6: Grief, Love, Hope, and Healing with Oresa Napper-Williams

    Episode 6: Grief, Love, Hope, and Healing with Oresa Napper-Williams

    How does one survive the transition of a loved one due to gun violence? How is that pain transformed into purpose to serve others, to ensure that not another child is lost to gun violence? We talk with Oresa Napper-Williams of Not Another Child Inc. on her journey to stop gun violence and bring healing to grieving families.



    Oresa “Reese” Napper-Williams is the Executive Director and Visionary of Not Another Child Inc. (NAC), an advocacy organization which is continuing to impact communities of color to combat gun violence and support the grieving families. Reese’s life mission is to hand hold as many families as she can to help them through the process she calls “Good Grief”.



    Mentioned in the Show:


    Not Another Child
    Black Girl Lost by Donald Goines
    High Stakes in the Classroom, High Stakes on the Street by Sharkey, Schwartz, Ellen, and Lacoe



    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.

    • 1 hr 8 min

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