“100 Days of Nonviolence” Offers Solutions for Youth Violence
Hundreds of teens took part in a summit to learn how to help curb violence while being given a plan for life. This years “100 Days of Nonviolence” campaign saw its first violence since its inception 6 years ago. As painful as that is for President Pro-Tem Jay Roberson, he says it is a reality that the entire country must come to grips with to make the necessary changes to stop violence. For more information about everything the Birmingham City Council is doing visit www.birminghamalcitycouncil.org.