The Democrat and Chronicle features the Rochester Center for Dispute Settlement’s (CDS) work with the Rochester Community Response Team (CRT). An outgrowth of Unite Rochester Program, CRT seeks to plan in advance of civil unrest and defuse volatile situations before they erupt. CRT recently joined the Divided Community Project as one of the Project’s pilot sites.
The article features Project director Grande Lum, CDS Director Frank Liberti and CRT leader Cynthia Herriott.
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The Divided Community Project works with pilot sites across the country, including project in San Mateo, California, Orlando, Florida, Columbus, Ohio and Rochester, New York.