It’s time to hear the valuable voices of our youth and discuss effective engagement between young black males and law enforcement officers.
On Saturday, Jan. 10, Movement for a Culture of Peace (MCP) will co-sponsor a vital conversation featuring young black men, educational and faith leaders, and Captain Faheem Akil of the Wilmington Police Department.
DeCAGV supports the Movement for a Culture of Peace.
This forum—at The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew at 7th and Shipley—has been organized by One Village Alliance. It follows a series of similar public conversations that were held at Prestige Academy, the Resurrections Center, and the Wilmington Public Library in December.
The program will start at 9:00 with time for networking and conversation at SsAM.
Although registration is not required for this free event, you can let us know you are coming by registering on the MCP site, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling (855) 968-8433 . You can download a pdf of this poster on the MCP Resources Page.