Stop The Killing Black History Month Action Program Slated For Feb. 2nd

Stop The Killing Black History Month Action Program
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New York, NY – Outraged by yet another incident of gun violence and another killing of a baby, a mother, a teenager or man, some New York City civilians are urgently coming together to plan how we can stop the killing in the streets!

To recapture the community! A Black History Month action program is confirmed to occur on Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at 7:00pm ET at New Canaan Baptist Church in Brooklyn, New York. It’s located at 228 Putnam Ave. between Nostrand – Bedford Ave.

For more information, please call (718) 398-1766. That is (718) 398-1766.

This Black History Month action program, sponsored by the December 12th Movement, will have speakers from the group Man Up and from the “Stop The Killing Community Coalition” with time for questions and answers. Please spread the word and come out on Wednesday, February 2nd at 7:00pm.

Please wear a mask for your health.

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