Lilly López remembers vividly the day she became a true believer in conflict resolution training for kids. It was 1989 and López was working for the Resolving Conflicts Creatively Program (RCCP) at the Board of Education, teaching Red Hook students to mediate problems with words, not fists. She'd taken a group of her black and Latino students to a Greenpoint park, and several white youths began taunting them with racially... More >>>