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Meeting Name: YOUTH COUNCIL Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/12/2020 4:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Room 303, City Hall
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     1. Call to Order at 4:44 PM    Not available
     2. Roll Call.     Roll call Not available
     3. Carjacking Prevention Campaign.

Minutes note: Mr. Reggie Moore, Injury and Violence Prevention Director share the following update regarding an innovative, youth-led campaign to prevent and reduce carjacking in the city of Milwaukee. Launched in 2019, this was a collaborative campaign between Ignite Change, MHD’s Office of Violence Prevention, Running Rebels, and Unite MKE with support from the Milwaukee Fire and Police Departments. The Office of Violence Prevention remains committed to continuing this effort in 2020 to ensure that our streets are safer for everyone. Youth Council unanimously agreed to share this video on their media outlets. https://youtu.be/WOCO06Ni4kw
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     4. Milwaukee Youth Council Priorities: Youth Homelessness Litter/garbage/trash Drunk Driving Disproportionate Youth Death Rates Youth Mental Illness Vacant Storefronts Youth Incarceration Gun Violence Climate Justice Development without gentrification Youth Re-entry Teen Suicide

Minutes note: We asked LRB to follow up with the Youth Mental Illness, Youth Homelessness, and Teen suicide possible approaches and opportunity to engage with the OVP in some resolutions efforts. These topics for priorities could be consider at the time of CDBG allocations. Mr. Orwczarski lead a discussion on Guns He said that when thinking or considering a new policy, one needs to think, why is the policy a good idea. 1. Do young people have guns a) how do they get a gun (legally or illegally) b) what kinds of guns are there 2. Who are the victims of gun violence a) why b) by whom 3. Defense lies of weapons 4. what is the number of accidental deaths? 5. Suicide 6. Demographics of victims and perpetrators 7. has gun violence stop/decrease/increase
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     5. Announcements.

Minutes note: Office of Violence Prevention requested to appear before Youth Council. Ms. Maliya Lor, representing the Greater Milwaukee Foundation as a Neighborhood work Support staff in the Sherman Park and North Division neighborhoods. Ms. Lor is hoping to get input and participation from Youth Council to put together a resident program in these neighborhoods. From Wisconsin’s 16th District Representative Kalan Haywood (former Youth Council President) invites the Youth Council on Thursday, February 27th, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM; Rep. Fields and Representative Haywood will be hosting the first inaugural Youth Empowerment Luncheon. The goal of this luncheon is to give young people from across the state an opportunity to have a seat at the table when it comes to how we legislate at a state level. to create this positive impact on the future of young America. The topic of the conversation will be business development, entrepreneurship, and youth empowerment. Ms. McHenry distributed the packet of information to members traveling to the National League of Cities, Congressional City Conference (Washington DC). 10th Annual Girls’ Day @ City Hall, Thursday, March 12, 2020
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     6. Meeting adjourned at 5:50 PM Joanna Polanco Staff Assistant     Not available
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