Washington Post: This innovative program uses brain science to teach Chicago teens how to stop violence

 The CHILL trainers (left to right): D’Atrey Brinson, Devin Swift-Bailey, Judge Moore, Jonathan Jackson, and Janea Moore at the Get in the Game Teen Summit on Nov. 18 at Malcolm X College in Chicago. (Photo credit: Philip G. Tarver)

The CHILL trainers (left to right): D’Atrey Brinson, Devin Swift-Bailey, Judge Moore, Jonathan Jackson, and Janea Moore at the Get in the Game Teen Summit on Nov. 18 at Malcolm X College in Chicago. (Photo credit: Philip G. Tarver)

CYC's Devin Swift-Bailey was interviewed by the Washington Post for his work with CHILL, an anti-violence program for teens that uses best practices from the neuroscience field. Read about it here.