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Photos from Harlem Welcomes Newtown Action Alliance

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Harlem Welcomes Sandy Hook Newtown Action Alliance

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Please join us on Saturday, March 8 for a free screening of Triggering Wounds at the Harlem Welcomes Sandy Hook Ride to Washington event!

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Screening at Hunter School of Public Health, Friday, February 7

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Happy new year, everyone! TW is kicking off the new year with a screening and discussion at Hunter School of Public Health! Details below. Hope to see you there! FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 5:30PM A Film and Dialogue Series on Health and Social Justice featuring TRIGGERING WOUNDS TRIGGERING WOUNDS tells the moving real-life story of a [...]

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Screening at Andrew Jackson Houses, August 20th

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Thanks to NYCHA for inviting us to screen TRIGGERING WOUNDS, Tribeca Film Institute for co-sponsoring this powerful evening of films and discussion, and Hakiem Yahmadi and S.O.S. South Bronx for their critical work in the community. Harlem, Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx held down the space. #thekidsarealright

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Photos from Screenings and Premieres

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Select photos from our April 26th Premiere at Harlem Hospital Center, and our weeklong run at the Maysles Cinema from April 27 – May 3, 2013. For those that missed the screenings and panel discussions, check out the TRIGGERING WOUNDS PREMIERE LINEUP and see if you want to bring any of these change-makers to your [...]

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Harlem Teens Aim to End Gun Violence through Film

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The Tribeca Film Festival award-winning documentary ‘Triggering Wounds’ is being shown to victims of gun violence at Harlem Hospital Center By RAVELLE WORTHINGTON Fourteen Harlem teens are taking a stand on an issue that is not only affecting their community, but our nation as a whole: gun violence. Together with the Harlem Hospital Center and [...]

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Reported: Pediatricians Tell Congress to Keep Children Safe Through Working to Prevent Gun Violence

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From ThinkProgress 4/29/13: Two weeks ago, the Senate voted down a measure that would have expanded background checks for Americans purchasing firearms at gun shows or online — despite the fact that background checks are extremely popular among the American public. Victims of gun violence, including the families who lost children in the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary at [...]

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Triggering Wounds Voices: Kaihl, on Gun Violence and How To Stop It

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This is Kaihl, a morgue technician featured in Triggering Wounds. He talks about his own experience with gun violence and how he moved toward a more positive life for himself and his children. And that’s what tonight’s panel discussion is about: finding solutions to gun violence, both individually, community-wide, and nationally.

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Triggering Wounds Voices: Bridget’s Story

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This is Bridget, one of the interviewees in Triggering Wounds. She lost one brother and nearly lost another to gun violence. And tonight’s panel discussion will get into the ties between masculinity and gun violence. Tonight’s panelists: Triggering Wounds filmmakers Dorothy Payne (Harlem Mothers Save) NYC Mission Society Operation SNUG Darnell Moore (writer and activist) [...]

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Triggering Wounds – Five Days of African Documentaries

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Wednesday, May 1 through Friday, May 3 Presented by Maysles Cinema Triggering Wounds 2013, 15 min. Directed and produced by students in The Maysles Institute Teen Producers Academy, and their production company No Straight Media, in partnership with Harlem Hospital Center and The New York County District Attorney’s Office. Triggering Wounds tells the moving real-life story of [...]

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