Nine people were shot and four were killed in a violent four days in Kansas City, Missouri. Two mothers who lost their sons to violence have since started nonviolence and support groups in the city. When Rosilyn Temple's son, Antonio "PeeWee" Thompson, was killed in 2011, she started Mothers in Charge."We cannot have the norm be that this is OK," Temple said of the killings.
Monday, April 01, 2019
ACTIVISTS DEVELOP VIABLE PLAN TO CURB DEADLY KANSAS CITY VIOLENCE!!!
Read closely, there are very detailed steps of a plan developed with support from the community and measurable goals that intend to hold newly elected officials. It's not all just talk and empty rhetoric . . . THIS plan is a solid work of consensus and collaboration among both law enforcement and neighborhoods. Take a look: