The Hadiya Pendleton Intergenerational Summit:
Working Together to End Gun Violence
November 8, 2014
DuSable Museum of African American History
740 E. 56th Place Chicago, IL
Thank you to everyone who joined us at the first annual Hadiya Pendleton Intergenerational Summit: Working together to end gun violence. The Summit, held November 8, 2014, was a huge success!
The youth participants left us floored by their comments and insights on how Hadiya’s Promise can help to end gun violence, engage at-risk youth and support families and communities impacted by gun violence.
We wish to extend our deepest gratitude to those who contributed to the success of the Summit.
Thank you to the panelists for sharing their knowledge, thoughts, experience and time. You have the vision, knowledge and experience to pave the way into the future of Hadiya’s Promise and the Summit would not have been a success without your contribution.
Sponsors & Partners
Thank you to all of our sponsors and partner organizations for supporting our mission and making the Summit possible! We would like to specifically spot light the support of our sponsors. Your investments helped us generate the palpable energy of the Summit while keeping the event free for all participants — without our sponsors this would not have been possible.
Special Thank You to Our Sponsors & Partners
Promise Platinum Level
Promise Silver Level
Promise Contributor Level
Alderman William D. Burns
City Colleges of Chicago
State Representative Christian Mitchell
National Basketball Retired Players Assoc.
Steppenwolf for Young Adults/ Teens at the Table
Youth Advocate Program
Youth & Community Empowerment Coalition
Amnesty International USA
Cook County Juvenile Court
Dr. Martin Luther King College Prepatory HS
Moms Demand Action IL
Quad Communities Development Corporation