Victory Over Violence Campaign at SSU

Savannah State University (SSU) students are promoting the national Victory Over Violence with an exhibit and a panel discussion on campus.

The discussion will be held Thursday, September 13, 3 p.m., King-Frazier Student Center Elmore auditorium. Moderated by Amire Jamal Touré, Africana studies professor, the panel will include LeRoy Burke, presiding judge, Chatham County Juvenile Court; Regina Thomas, former Georgia state legislator; Ulysees Bryant, interim chief of public safety, SSU; Jessica Benton, chief justice, SSU student judiciary; and Malik Bradley, SSU student government president.

The exhibit highlights information and statistics about different types of violence and where it occurs. The exhibit can be viewed in the King-Frazier Student Center atrium through Wednesday, September 19.

Both are free and open to the public.

Further information about Victory Over Violence is available at

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