Workshop Offers Teens Alternatives to Violence and Conflict

Applications open for Summer Ralph Bunche Institute at WSU

Dozens of Detroit high school students have an opportunity to learn how to avoid violence and peacefully resolve confrontations. Wayne State University’s Center for Peace and Conflict Studies is inviting  60 10th through 12th graders for the week-long Ralph Bunche Summer Institute, named after the first African American to receive a Noble Peace Prize. The Center’s Community Dispute Resolution Specialist, Barbara Jones and former participant Tahmina (Tah-mee-nah) Sultana tell WDET’s Amy Miller that the institute offers alternatives to violence and conflict  


  • Amy Miller

    Amy has been working in public and commercial radio for the last 30 yrs. She is an award winning reporter and news anchor, born and raised in Detroit.