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CEW hosted the Conference on Immigrant Families and more than 100 academics, researchers, community leaders, and opinion makers packed the Newman Alumni Center at the University of Miami for the 16th annual Council on Contemporary Families Conference. To read more please click here for more News
The “CALLING ALL MEN: Rejecting the Culture of Violence” conference will initiate a dialogue with national experts in the field of violence intervention. The goal is to share perspectives and explore ways in which men can take a leading role in addressing violence. This event was sponsored by the CEW and it was held on Sept. 18th at The Newman Alumni Center. Fall Events
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