Solutions to Violence

This series of six 30-minute interviews was inspired by the tremendous public support received by the earlier broadcast What Can We Do About Violence? which aired in October of 1994. The programs consist of interviews conducted with leading authorities on youth violence that emphasize solutions and practical things that can be done to make a difference. (1995)

  • April 21, 1995 | Solutions to Violence
    An expert on domestic violence offers practical suggestions for better parenting and dealing with conflict in the home.
  • April 21, 1995 | Solutions to Violence
    Bill Moyers speaks with two women who believe there's something we can all do together to fight crime in the communities where we live.
  • April 21, 1995 | Solutions to Violence
    Angela Blackwell, vice president of the Rockefeller Foundation, explains how "one caring adult" can save a child from a life of crime and talks about community programs that are making a difference.
  • April 21, 1995 | Solutions to Violence
    Is early intervention a solution to crime and violence? A preeminent expert on crime shares his ideas with Bill Moyers
  • April 21, 1995 | Solutions to Violence
    Bill Moyers talks to a leading psychiatrist that focuses on children impacted by violence about how to break the cycle.
  • April 21, 1995 | Solutions to Violence
    This program examines the correlation between gang activity and gangster rap.