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Hardiman’s Response to “Gangbangers Comment”

The Rev. Al Sharpton will spend time in a West Side apartment and the streets of Chicago in coming

Chicago Crime Spurt Blamed on Upbringing
Chicago Crime Spurt Blamed on Upbringing

Chicago’s rising crime rate is on the agenda of a meeting of community leaders this weekend.

Tio Hardiman Announces Run for Governor
Tio Hardiman Announces Run for Governor

Tio Hardiman has thrown his name into the mix in the running for Illinois governor.

Interview with CeaseFire Director Tio Hardiman
Interview with CeaseFire Director Tio Hardiman

As the mercury has risen, so too has the body count. Headlines from the past few

Bond denied for man who shot 10-year-old boy
Bond denied for man who shot 10-year-old boy

Bond was denied Saturday for 31 year old Darris Moore, a convicted felon who police say

Leaders go door-to-door to stop the violence
Leaders go door-to-door to stop the violence

Several community leaders gathered with volunteers to go door-to-door in a new effort to stop the

Chicago center brings meditative mindset to combating youth violence
Chicago center brings meditative mindset to combating youth violence

Most of the CeaseFire interrupters sat up in their chairs and closed their eyes, following the

Hardiman: Violence is learned behavior
Hardiman: Violence is learned behavior

Tio Hardiman’s organization helps young people in Chicago escape violence and crime through behavioral changes. He

Chicago Organization Uses Ex-Gang Members, Convicts To ‘Interrupt’ Violence, But Will It Work?
Chicago Organization Uses Ex-Gang Members, Convicts To ‘Interrupt’ Violence, But Will It Work?

Tio Hardiman (pictured), director of CeaseFire Illinois and founder of the Violence Interrupter Initiative, spoke with NewsOne exclusively about Chicago’s outsize crime