Wurzweiler Care Café Discusses Gangs

(back, l-r) Safehorizon’s DoVE Initiative director James Meahger, Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler Care Cafe associate director Hana Frankl, Mount Carmel Teen Project director Michelle Bialeck, Wurzweiler Care Cafe director Katherine Mitchell, Yeshiva University Government Relations director Jon B. Greenfield, (front, l-r) Bound4Glory Ministries’ Nayiiliana DeJesus and Dr. Richie Jimenz, Lesandro ‘Junior’ Guzman-Feliz’ mother Leandra Feliz and All is Love Ministries’ Elvis Gutierrez.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler Care Café hosted a panel discussion and presentation for community members about gang violence and prevention on Monday, April 1 at Mount Carmel Church.

The program, ‘Rewriting your Story: Alternatives to Gang Violence,’ is among a series of events created since the tragic murder of 15-year-old Bronx resident Lesandro ‘Junior’ Guzman-Feliz last summer.

Mount Carmel Teen Project, a community-based alternatives to violence program for teens and their families, hosted the Care Café.

Mount Carmel Teen Project members Yeshiva University with Wurzweiler Care Café executives.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

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