YA! ED in LA Times Op-Ed

Op-Ed calls for prevention spending Political columnist George Skelton had written a strong call for California Democrats to spend more tax revenue on community violence prevention […]

California Must Act to Save Lives

Investing in Violence Prevention       In Capitol Weekly, Youth ALIVE! Policy & Advocacy Manager Gabriel Garcia breaks down why the state of California must […]

Give Locally in 2020!

The Toll & The Heart – Shootings and homicides have increased this year in cities across America and here is no different. It is important to […]

A New Vision for Public Safety

Community Violence Prevention In the Guardian, Youth ALIVE! Executive Director Anne Marks, Intervention Director Kyndra Simmons, Man Up! Inc founder AT Mitchell, and Cure Violence CEO […]

TNT Youth Leaders on Coping with Racism

TNT on KALW – Graduating Teens On Target (TNT) youth leaders from East Oakland, Gregory Hampton (Castlemont Hight) and Seven Curley (Fremont High), were guests on […]