Featured op-eds from Get IN Chicago leadership and staff Diversion Can Help Us Reduce Youth Violence by Aligning Caseloads with Risk Factors, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, October 26, 2018 Not All Poor Youth are Violent – Toni Irving, The Chronicle of Social Change Chicago’s Youth are a Bellwether – Toni Irving for Medium, May 18, 2017 Message from the Get IN Chicago Co-Chairs – Jim Reynolds and Tom Wilson, May 14, 2017 Opinion: Why Companies Should Skip Annual Volunteer Projects – Toni Irving for Triple Pundit, March 10, 2017 Moving the Needle on Youth Violence – Toni Irving for Philanthropy News Digest, March 6, 2017 How corporations can be a force for good – Tom Wilson for The Washington Post, September 29, 2016 What’s Going On: Getting In to Communities to Understand What Works – Toni Irving for Microsoft Chicago, March 25, 2016 Another weekend, another shooting? Chicago needs a Marshall Plan – Jim Reynolds for Crain’s Chicago Business, July 14, 2015 More op-eds in our archive Featured press releases Youth Violence Study Reveals Strong Family and Adult Supports – March 16, 2018 Chicago Police Officers Coach Youth Baseball Leagues to Build Trust between Community Members and Police – July 13, 2017 Get IN Chicago Identifies Five Key Areas Crucial for Anti-Violence Efforts – October 25, 2016 Get IN Chicago Provides Long-Term Trauma Support to Acutely High-Risk Youth Exposed to Community Violence – August 19, 2016 Children’s Home + Aid Wins $1 Million Grant for Project to Curb Youth Violence – June 4, 2015 View the full archive of Get IN Chicago press releases. Featured articles about Get IN Chicago and grantee programs Englewood Youth Baseball League Helps Kids On And Off The Field – CBS-2 Chicago, July 5, 2018 Shot on the streets of Chicago as teens, they’re heading to D.C. to protest gun violence – Los Angeles Times, March 24, 2018 Gunshot victims offered chance to break cycle of violence – Chicago Sun-Times, January 5, 2018 At West Side School, Former Dropouts Become CEOs – WBEZ, March 9, 2017 Moving the Needle on Youth Violence – Toni Irving, Philanthropy News Digest, March 6, 2017 Being a Good Neighbor – City Bureau, January 17, 2017 Five Key Learnings for Corporate Responsibility – Toni Irving, CR Magazine blog, December 20, 2016 How Innovators in Art, Tech and Science Are Tackling Chicago’s Gun Violence – Chicago Inno, December 12, 2016 Violence-Prevention Program Starts in Hospitals Instead of Streets – Chicago Tonight, September 1, 2016 Tech Skills Bring Hope to Chicago’s At-Risk Youth – Black Enterprise, August 31, 2016 With baseball, cops show their humanity – Austin Weekly News, July 19, 2016 Youth Baseball League Aims to Bridge Gap Between Police and Community – Chicago Defender, July 18, 2016 Teens on probation get new start with running program – Chicago Tribune, June 18, 2016 5 Struggling Communities Get Help Crafting Own Crime Solutions – Chicago Sun-Times, March 23, 2016 Basketball Trivia, ‘Guess That Lyric’ Among Apps Created by Englewood Teens – DNAinfo, December 17, 2015 Youth Baseball League Helps Chicago Police Make Impact on Violent Neighborhood – NBC Nightly News, June 25, 2015 Anti-violence business group awards funds to help at-risk youths – Chicago Sun-Times, June 10, 2015 Chicago Teens Share Ideas to Quell Violence in Their Communities – DNAinfo, June 8, 2015 In the Debate Over Police and Race, We Can’t Forget the Most Critical Issue – Toni Irving, The Huffington Post, March 21, 2015 University of Chicago offers $1 million for best idea to stem youth violence – Chicago Tribune, February 27, 2015 Every Week is Youth Violence Prevention Week – Toni Irving, The Huffington Post, April 8, 2014 In shadow of ‘Chicagoland,’ real Chicagoans tell it like it is – Chicago Tribune, March 14, 2014 A Fresh Approach to Tackling Juvenile Violence – Toni Irving, The Huffington Post, February 11, 2014 Access more articles on our Press Mentions blog page. You can find our latest articles in our newsletter on the Blog. To stay up-to-date, be sure to join our newsletter list and follow us on Twitter and Facebook!