Thursday, May 9, 2013
Stop the Violence Pittsburgh Community Awareness Day
STOP THE VIOLENCE PITTSBURGH PRESENTS
MEMORIAL WEEKEND COMMUNITY AWARENESS DAY
Saturday May 25, 2013
@ Stage AE
400 N. Shore Drive
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR STOPPING VIOLENCE IN PGH!
Stop The Violence-Pittsburgh will conduct a Community PEACE Aware Day that will bring together some 20 grass-root groups to address violence within the communities and provide a platform to the local agencies and organizations who offer viable, reputable and well thought-of experiences and options to children, youth and young adults in their development towards adult hood. These organizations range from Music Institutes, Victims Centers, Mental Health Specialist, Domestic Violence Groups to HIV advocates. We are offering a universal platform to illustrate to the community the high quality supportive services that are available.
Motivational Speakers, Resource Info, Live Entertainment, Food and Various Presentations
The event program will include a "Gone But Not Forgotten" commemoration segment and roll call with family members of the murdered victims of 2012/13 with Inter-faith Religious Leaders, local community leaders and advocacy organizations along with a Community "Difference Makers" program highlighting those individuals who are fighting these issues daily.
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