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Speak City Heights: Teens & Safety In City Heights

Join the Speak City Heights project on Saturday, June 2 at Hoover High School. Participants include community partners KPBS, Media Arts Center San Diego, AjA Project, Mid-City CAN, Voice of San Diego. The event will feature multimedia exhibits, community resource fair, and discussions around neighborhood safety in City Heights.

Three expert panels will discuss topics that current reporting revealed as especially important in City Heights. These include bullying, curfew sweeps and the safety of women and girls.

Event Information

Saturday, June 2, 2012 / RSVP Now

Exhibit & Community Info Fair: 4-5 PM

Presentation & Discussion: 5-6:30 PM

Location: Hoover High School: 4474 El Cajon Boulevard, San Diego, CA 92115

Special Feature Speak City Heights

Speak City Heights is a media collaborative aimed at amplifying the voices of residents in one of San Diego’s most diverse neighborhoods. (Read more)

More information about Speak City Heights: Speak City Heights is a media collaborative aimed at amplifying the voices of residents in one of San Diego’s most diverse neighborhoods, City Heights. Through reporting and multimedia projects from our partners—KPBS, voiceofsandiego.org, The AjA Project and Media Arts Center San Diego—the collaborative is helping residents and policymakers frame a discussion about what constitutes a healthy community, its barriers and how they’ll overcome them in City Heights. This project is made possible by The California Endowment.

KPBS is a public service of San Diego State University.

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