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October’s cover highlights the research of Dr. Najah Salaam Jennings-Bey on how students think their schools should respond to the aftereffects of urban violence.

You can also read about the kickoff for the annual Writing Our Lives workshop, see how Upstate Medical University students helped to improve the community and learn how district high school students are coming together to advocate for their rights.

Also learn about updates to the Syracuse Model Neighborhood Facility, how two talented film directors continue to pursue projects locally and find family-friendly Halloween events to take your ghouls and goblins of all ages.

Visit one of our many distribution sites to grab a copy or download the full pdf version of October’s print issue here.

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