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Tune in at 6:30pm Eastern Standard Time on August 10, 2012. Emmy Nominated News Anchor/Reporter Patricia Hunte, NCWCC Chicago Co Executive Producer Rev. Dr. Tasha Brown and Kareema Ali will interview Gang Advocate Clemmie Greenlee of Nashville Peacemakers of Nashville, Tennessee and Dorothy Johnson Speight , Founder and president of Mothers in Charge of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Atlantic City, New Jersey, Brooklyn, New York, Wilmington, Delaware and Los Angeles, California. Those are all the cities where Mothers in Charge are working with mothers who have lost their sons to violence. Clemmie Greenlee and Dorothy Johnson both lost their sons to violence. Their deaths pressed them into action creating Nashville Peacemakers and Mothers over Murder or MOMS and Mothers in Charge. These two ladies are making a dent in eradicating the Self Genocide that's occurring in Black families all over the country. The have concrete ideas of how all of us can, and should get involved. They're supporting mothers who have lost their sons and daughters to violence and they say there's not enough outrage over what's happening in our communities. Join the discussion by calling in live at 6:30 EST or 5:30 CST. Call in to speak with the host (347) 826-7348.
"I can do nothing on my own...because I seek to do not my own will but the will of him who sent me." John 5:30
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