Baltimore City’s social justice activists speak out against crime
At the Parkview Recreation Center in West Baltimore, on Thursday the Rev. Dr. Minister Paris J. Evans served as the host, and one of the speakers, at a “CODE RED” community-based outreach meeting. The program was mainly geared to addressing the issues of “poverty, the crime rate…and reducing homicides in targeted areas, while assisting the crime victims.”
A speaker, in addition to Rev. Evans was Mark Matthews. He’s associated with the “Clean Slate America” campaign. For more information on the efforts of his organization to get criminal records expunged, click here, The meeting had the support of the “Safe Streets Initiative,“ and “The Peoples Empowered Voices,” and others.
To learn more about Dr. Evans’ Ministries, click here.
Bill Hughes is an attorney, author, actor and photographer. His latest book is “Byline Baltimore.” It can be found at: https://www.amazon.com/William-Hughes/e/B00N7MGPXO/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1
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http://www.wbal.com/article/99613/3/template-story/Ex-Firefighter-Activist-Form-First-GOP-Ticket-For-Governor Good job Bill we know each other Minister is a hoot at times.