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It was held in honor of Black History Month.
Joint efforts between law enforcement, government agencies, and NGOs work together to aid victims.
The panels discussed college, safe sex, and conflict resolution.
A Columbia University professor partially attributes the AIDS epidemic among minority communities to mass incarceration.
The professor was known for living the ethos of a social worker.
Guterman will begin his five-year term on July 1, succeeding current SSA Dean Jeanne C. Marsh, who has served as dean for 16 years.
For Chicago Sun-Times editorial page editor Thomas McNamee (A.M. ’82), the School of Social Service Administration (SSA) remains familiar 26 years after he earned his degree there.
“I don’t think I’ve been back to the SSA since 1982, and it still looks like an auto showroom,” he said, drawing laughs from the