Playing in Tennessee

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Judy Cameron led a group of almost 200 people who played the game in Tennessee on November 12, 2015.

According to the feature article that described the event, Tennessee was one of the first states to begin to measure the prevalence of childhood adversity.

“First lady Crissy Haslam worked with Tennessee Supreme Court Chief Justice Sharon Lee. At a nearby table TennCare Director Darin Gordon and Department of Human Services Commissioner Raquel Hatter puzzled through creating their own sturdy brain model, as did lawmakers, mayors, judges, doctors, child welfare experts, philanthropists, business executives and educators.”

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