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In an Aspen Ideas Festival panel led by former Education Secretary Arne Duncan, three members of Chicago CRED share their experiences of gun violence, and their approach to teach young men in the program to combat the addictive power of guns and redirect violent behaviors. NBCUniversal News Group is the media partner of Aspen Ideas.