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Student World Assembly Program on Gang Violence, Gang Culture and Human Rights on November 29

The Norwalk Community College Chapter of the Student World Assembly will sponsor a program on “Gang Violence, Gang Culture and Human Rights: Lessons of Accountability and Redemption" from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 29 in the East Campus GenRe Forum.

Two former gang members will discuss their experiences and what led them to change course and start a new life.

The public is welcome and there is no admission fee.

The Student World Assembly is a non-governmental, non¬partisan organization created to represent and empower students globally. It provides resources, forums, and other tools through which students can educate themselves about the issues affecting humanity, discuss these issues with their peers from around the world, and translate their views and ideas for addressing these issues into meaningful action.

For more information, contact NCC Chapter PresidentJake Savona at hockeysav5@aol.com; or Chapter Co-Advisors, Professor Robert Emigh at remigh@ncc.commnet.edu (203/857-3358) or Professor Mary Frances Carmell at mcarmell@ncc.commnet.edu (203/857-7343).