Andrea Campbell visits UTEC, wants young leaders ‘at the table’ to make a difference

LOWELL — Police accountability, gun violence, housing and more were all on the table at UTEC Monday afternoon, when attorney general candidate Andrea Campbell met with justice-involved youth to discuss how she can best serve them if elected.

Campbell toured the Lowell facility — complete with a performance stage, outdoor event space, dance studio and more — with the young adults and participated in an introductory roundtable with youth organizers and members of UTEC’s street violence prevention program, before sitting for an interview on key policy topics.