Post Tagged with: "Nonviolence Institute"

Mayor Elorza, Members of Providence City Council, Community Partners Announce Next Steps In City’s Anti-Violence Initiatives

Providence residents can sign up for nonviolence training, apply for youth jobs; local organizations can apply for mentorship program assistance Mayor Jorge O. Elorza, Councilperson Nirva LaFortune (Ward 3), Providence Police Chief Colonel Hugh Clements, Executive Director of the Nonviolence Institute Cedric Huntley, President and CEO of Mentor Rhode Island[Read More…]

by January 13, 2022

Direct Action For Rights & Equality (DARE) Announces Mother’s March

Organizers Are Demanding That Community Leaders Recognize Incarceration As Violence & End Collaboration With Police: Issue An Immediate Call For Community Resources Be Utilized In Violence Prevention On Friday June 18th organizers and community members will hold a Mother’s March to demand that community leaders invest in resources for youth[Read More…]

by June 17, 2021