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Community Dialogue on Violence and Our Culture, shooting in Delray Beach, Sandy Hook, St.Paul's Episcopal Church, Co-sponsors include St.Matthew's Episcopal Church Temple Sinai Auroras Voice, guns and gun violence in our culture, failure of mental health system, impact of violence in the media on young people, Dr. Phil Heller, Nathaniel Brazill, Lee Boyd Malvo, Marc Benayer, Pablo del Real
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Community Dialogue on Violence and Our Culture

Community Dialogue on Violence and Our Culture

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In the wake of recent shooting deaths in Delray Beach, as well as the Sandy Hook tragedy, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church plans to host a Community Dialogue on Violence and Our Culture. Co-sponsors include St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Temple Sinai, and Auroras Voice.

What Community Dialogue on Violence and Our Culture
When
Sunday, February 10, 2013
Where
St. Paul’s Episcopal of Delray Beach
188 S. Swinton Ave
Delray Beach, Florida 33444
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Phone (561) 276-4541
Email info@stpaulsdelray.org
Website   http://www.stpaulsdelray.org

Discussion topics
• Guns and gun violence in our culture
• Failure of the mental health system
• The impact of violence in the media on young people

Discussion format
Expert speakers will offer brief opening statements, which will be followed by small group discussions of the topics presented.

Expert speakers
• Dr. Phil Heller, Psy.D, a noted Forensic Psychologist who has been involved in the high profile cases of Nathaniel Brazill, Lee Boyd Malvo, and Marc Benayer
• Pablo del Real of Auroras Voice, a nonprofit organization devoted to continuing the work of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King
• and other local leaders

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The dialogue is free and open to the public.

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