Upcoming Black & Green Wednesday: Gun Violence
ST. LOUIS – What is it like to experience the trauma of a family member, friend or relative being shot? What if the victim is a child? What community work can be done to help people learn to settle disputes without violence? How are poverty and income disparity linked to violence? What should the role of police be in reducing violence? Why is the current arrest-and-incarcerate system failing to do what it claims to do in protecting us? If we took away guns, would that help solve the problem or leave people at the mercy of the Klan?
Come to discuss your experiences and help us find a way forward.
Black & Green Wednesday, December 4, 2019: Gun Violence
7:00 p.m., Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Legacy Books and Café, 5249 Delmar (near Union) St. Louis MO 63108
Tamala Turner, Green Party of St. Louis
Darren L. Seals, Sankofa Unity Center
Keith Rose, Coalition Against Police Crimes and Repression
Zaki Baruti, Universal African Peoples Organization
Daniel Romano, Missouri Green Party [moderator]
For more information, call 314-727-8554, or visit www.gateway-greens.org