Cycle of Violence Series 2008

"The 2008 Breakfast Community Meeting
Stopping Youth Violence: The Lead Connection”

Monday, September 15, 2008
8:00am - 10:30am
City Hall, 30 Church Street, City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor

Free and Open to the Public

Please join us at a Breakfast Community Meeting to work together and continue the serious discussion on the relationship between lead poisoning, bullying, and aggressive behavior.

Areas of Major Focus:

  • Educate the community on lead poisoning.
  • Explore the correlation of lead poisoning to the negative behavior of affected children and its impact in schools and the community.
  • Identify where the hazards are likely to occur, how to identify them, and how to remedy them.
  • Discuss community strategies to alleviate this serious problem while working with the affected youth.

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Breakfast Community Meeting

2008 Breakfast Community Meeting Poster [PDF]

Interview with Dr. Broadbent

Lead Connection to Violence - RNews Article

Photos From The Event

esther denaro maltese and david broadbent
1370 connection with bob smith

Dr. Esther Denaro Maltese, Founder and President, The Interfaith Center, Dr. David Broadbent, Member, Governor’s Advisory Board, Childhood Lead Poisoning


1370 Connection, Interview with Bob Smith, Dr. Broadbent and Dr. Esther Denaro Maltese

rowan pigott
molly cliffor and virgil ross

Dr. Rowan Pigott, Director, Clinical Services, Industry Complex

Molly Clifford, Director, Neighborhood Service Center, City of Rochester, Officer Virgil Ross, Rochester Police Department, School Resource Officer


michael hanley
james campbell

Michael Hanley, Esq., Director, Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning

Dr. James Campbell, Keynote Speaker-Co-Director, Western Region Lead Poisoning Prevention and Treatment Center


TV Interview

Inquiries Welcome!

Jane D. Chase
Advisor, Cycle of Violence Series Planning Committtee