Thursday, May 04, 2017

Kansas City AdHoc Group Against Crime 40-Year Anniversary And Alvin Brooks 85-Year B-Day Celebration



The photo above from a recent City Hall ceremony honoring community leader Alvin Brooks.

Headline for background and a bit of well-deserved optimistic reporting . . .

The AdHoc Group Against Crime marked it’s 40th Anniversary night as its founder celebrated his 85th birthday.

And while Kansas City confronts another homicide spike at the outset of warmer weather, there's always a great deal of criticism about local violence but very few people offering any solutions or sacrificing their time to get involved.

Developing . . .

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

It took him 45 years of his life before he discovered how profitable it is to be a poverty pimp?

Anonymous said...

And Brooks is on the Board of Police Commissioners that oversee a "public safety" regime that regularly suffers around 10 homicides every month of the year. 127 in 2016 and 38 so far in 2017.
Ten murders a month and counseling victims' families.
Looks like a perpetual motion machine!

Anonymous said...

And birthday parties are about all they have managed to accomplish. Grade:F.

Anonymous said...

really a sorry shame. He is a good man with good intentions but just like so many others, he can't quite get to the real issues at hand.