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Alantha Miles

Alantha Miles

In 2020, Alantha Miles was introduced to the field of violence intervention, gaining knowledge and understanding of the dynamics around gun violence in the city of Chicago. She saw first-hand the effects of gun violence in black communities and the toll it takes on families. Within her, a fire was ignited to dedicate her time, resources, and efforts to help those negatively impacted by gun violence while working to make a positive change in their lives. Through hard work and dedication, Alantha has also completed an associate degree in business and is currently working to complete her certification for project management. In her spare time, she enjoys roller skating and cooking different food dishes.

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Currently, our research focuses primarily on gun violence prevention and community violence intervention (CVI), policing practices, and public safety, and we are expanding into other areas that effect neighborhood health and well-being.
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The Center for Neighborhood Engaged Research & Science (Corners) is housed at Northwestern University’s Institute for Policy Research. We develop transformative research projects with community and civic partners aimed at improving health and safety for more equitable neighborhoods.
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