An article about Common Ground was published in The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle.
On the evening of July 21, Howard Karsh and 75 neighborhood volunteers walked door-to-door in the Sherman Park neighborhood, surveying residents.
The volunteers, 15 of whom were Jewish, interviewed 750 Sherman Park residents about any police interaction they have had, crimes they have been victims of, and their general quality of life.Howard Karsh
Those surveys are now being collated and the issues raised by residents will be addressed by a new local social action initiative.
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With assist from Jewish community, Common Ground seeks social change