Monthly Archives: April 2014

  • We have great news to share: The Indiegogo Campaign for “Arts to End Violence – Support Youth in Ending Gun Violence” closed last Saturday with a total of $11,300 raised! We are excited about these funds and the great programs they will support, but equally excited to know that 160 backers all believe in youth power and […]

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  • We have great news to share: The Indiegogo Campaign for “Arts to End Violence – Support Youth in Ending Gun Violence” closed last Saturday with a total of $11,300 raised! We are excited about these funds and the great programs they will support, but equally excited to know that 160 backers all believe in youth power and […]

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  • On Tuesday, April 29th at 3 pm, 15 people gathered at the corner of Dean Street and Utica Avenue for a rally in response to a shooting that happened on that corner on Friday, April 25th.  S.O.S. staff members, volunteers, and community residents alerted passersby that there had been a shooting, and that they would […]

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  •  On April 15th, longtime S.O.S. volunteer and member of the S.O.S. Clergy Action Network, Tiffany Murray, spoke at Satellite Magazine’s third installment of its Cities+ Speaker Series, which invites speakers to give presentations about various urban issues. Tiffany spoke about her work with S.O.S., and afterward spoke with audience members, encouraging them to get involved in […]

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