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WGCI Takes a Stand Against Violence in Chicago

rfocus.org107.5 WGCI will host Street Talk: Stop The Bleeding, a special community town hall , as part of its ongoing series of community conversations on gun violence in the city of Chicago. 107.5 WGCI launched the series in March 2016. This ’s featured panelists will include:

Rufus Williams—President and , BBF Family Services (formerly Better Boys Foundation)

Commander Kevin Johnson—Commander Harrison District (11), Chicago Police Department
Dr. Kimberly Lewis—Program Director, The Primo Center for Women and Children
Aleta Clark—Activist, Founder-Hugs No Slugs
Mellanie Washington—Mother of Tavon Tanner (11-year-old survivor of gun violence)

It all goes down Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at Penn Elementary School – 1616 South Avers. Chicago, IL 60623

5:00pm to 6:00pm – 107.5 WGCI Live Commercial-Free Broadcast
6:00pm to 7:00pm – Streaming on www.wgci.com via

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