Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • Following the great success of Hercules in Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Public Library, Theater of War has formalized their partnership with the Crown Heights Community Mediation Center. Theater of War NYC brings theater projects and community conversations that address critical public health and social issues to all five boroughs. The project combines theater and public forums […]

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  • On Saturday, April 22nd, S.O.S. Bed-Stuy held a  Peace March to spread the message of a shooting free Bed-Stuy. They were joined by the Mediation Family and members of Cure Violence: S.O.S. Crown Heights, YO S.O.S., Make It Happen, BIVO, S.O.S. Bronx, and Man Up, Inc. They were also joined by Unity Prep Charter School and Assemblywoman […]

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  • On Wednesday, April 12th, nearly 300 people of various professions all doing work with men of color who have been harmed by violence joined together at the third annual “Paving the Way to Healing and Recovery: Revolutionary Healing” conference to discuss promising strategies that promote healing. The conference began with introductory remarks from Rommell Washington from Crime Victims Treatment […]

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  • On April 1st the Save Our Streets Clergy Action Network (S.O.S. C.A.N.)  led by Rev. Kevin Jones sponsored the film showing of “The Interrupters.” This movie chronicles the daily activities of the original Cure Violence site in Chicago, allowing the clergy and community to further see and understand the work of the S.O.S. Outreach Team in Crown […]

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