Faith-based leaders Archives

  • “Prayers up; guns down!” blared from the megaphone and the crowd of supporters at the Peace and Prayer March held by Neighbors in Action (NIA) and Save Our Streets (S.O.S) Brooklyn on Saturday, August 3, in Crown Heights. Over 130 members of the faith community, including residents and clergy leaders, walked in unison down St […]

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  • On Dec. 7th, Save Our Streets Clergy Organizer Kevin Jones organized the 2nd Annual Night of Remembrance for families who lost victims to gun violence. Over seventy attendees poured into the Bethany Community Center for a night of healing. There was one group session for the adults where the attendees openly shared their experiences and […]

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  • On June 3rd, The Save Our Streets Clergy Action Network (S.O.S. C.A.N.) hosted the summer Strategy Breakfast at The Bethany U.M.C. at 1204 St. Johns Place. Over thirty people were in attendance. The highlight of the day was Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo who shared with the audience and held an hour long Q & A session. […]

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  • On April 1st the Save Our Streets Clergy Action Network (S.O.S. C.A.N.)  led by Rev. Kevin Jones sponsored the film showing of “The Interrupters.” This movie chronicles the daily activities of the original Cure Violence site in Chicago, allowing the clergy and community to further see and understand the work of the S.O.S. Outreach Team in Crown […]

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