Wednesday, October 24, 2012
As a part of the City Council's CURE VIOLENCE initiative, Not Another Child will be hosting monthly peer support sessions. Session topics will include but are not limited to: getting through the night, creating a legacy in your loved one's memory, and more. These sessions are therapeutic and completely unbiased. Our first session will take place on:
Saturday, October 27, 2012
10 am - 12 noon
530 Sutter Ave - Brooklyn, NY
Please RSVP for breakfast to Oresa Napper-Williams MPA, founder of Not Another Child Inc, at: 347-471-9011 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, October 19, 2012
This Saturday, S.O.S. C.A.N. will hold a clergy breakfast at The Bethany United Methodist church.
At the breakfast we will recognize and appreciate clergy members' contributions to the fight against gun violence. A young community organizer will come to speak about how he mobilized pastors in Brownsville and East New York to build the Nehemiah low income housing development, among other initiatives. The Clergy Action Network will also share some pertinent information with attendees that will transform neighborhoods and houses of worship. Finally, participants will discuss the importance doing something not simply for the sake of doing it, but for the sake of adding value to communities and congregations.
For more information contact S.O.S. clergy liason Reverend Kevin Jones at 917-837-2032 or email@example.com.
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Save Our Streets Crown Heights is on Facebook! "Like" the S.O.S. facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/soscrownheights to keep up with our updates. The facebook page is a great way to learn about our events, Shooting Responses, messages from Outreach Workers and Violence Interrupters and inspiring statements from community members.
Here is a sample of some of our recent Facebook statuses to give you an idea of what we post.
We've had too many shootings this fall. We are hurting and losing people. Let's come together as a community to END the shootings and killings. STOP SHOOTING. START LIVING. We can do this Crown Heights.
We just reached 700 facebook likes! The movement is spreading because of you and your belief in a safer community for everyone. Let's keep it going! Who is going to be 701? 702? 800? 1000? Together we can END GUN VIOLENCE! #StopShooting #StartLiving
We are working hard to end the gun violence in Crown Heights. We are so thankful that our neighborhood supports our work. Business owners, residents, teachers, Pastors and community organizers are working together to save lives. LMS if you are ready to see an end to gun violence in your neighborhood.
See you online!