Speakers on Community Violence Available for Speaking Engagements Through American Program Bureau

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Speakers on gun violence, mental health, and community violence are highlighted in the Boston-based speakers bureau Violence: A Community Issue catalog.

Violence: A Community Issue

Violence: A Community Issue

Boston-based speakers bureau American Program Bureau recently released a new catalog in its series. Titled "Violence: A Community Issue," the catalog highlights public speakers from the bureau's illustrious roster, including top names in education, child development, and activism. Designed as a resource, this catalog will help event planners and community organizations as they plan events surrounding the issue of violence in their community.

These speakers offer messages that may offer organizations answers in a time filled with questions. They offer insights into how tragedies (such as the Newtown and Aurora shootings) can be prevented, as well as practical tools and takeaways.

Organizations who are interested in bringing a keynote speaker on community violence to speak at their next event should contact American Program Bureau at 800-225-4575.

About American Program Bureau (APB):

In business since 1965, American Program Bureau represents a roster of high-profile speakers from entertainers and politicians to thought leaders and academics. Learn more about APB at apbspeakers.com or find APB on Twitter @apbspeakers.

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