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  • Category: Culture & Community
  • Type: public
  • Location: Little Rock, AR
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Help us say "Stop The Violence". For 40 years, "Say" McIntosh has been saying, "Put the guns down." Stop The Violence is a non-profit organization headquartered in Little Rock, AR. With all the events happening lately, the crime in Little Rock, the unfortunate assault on Anne Pressly, and the shooting at the University of Central Arkansas, people are starting to take notice and stand up and stand together and say in one unified voice, "Stop The Violence". It's not about black, white, hispanic, asian, Republican or Democrat. It's about people standing together and finding peaceful ways to resolve problems, putting the guns down, and living together in our communities in peace. CONTACT INFO: Earnest Franklin Public Relations/Say "Stop The Violence" Hotline 501-563-5400 earnestfranklin44@yahoo.com Chad Jones Online Development and Coordination Contact for all matters related to social networking groups and the website [under construction] saystoptheviolence@yahoo.com


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Prayer Vigil - Saturday 1 Nov 2008

The first Saturday of every month Say "Stop The Violence" meets in Little Rock at the corner of Dr. Martin Luther King and Daisy L Gatson Bates to pray and stand together as a community of people saying "Stop The Violence". For 40 years the group has been saying, "Put the guns down." and moving towards peace in our cities and communities.

With the recent events involving the tragic assault on Anne Pressly and the shooting at UCA, let's all stand together. Let's stand up and say "Stop The Violence". This will also be a time of support for those touched or affected by the lives of those lost. Please spread the word, and let's stand up and stand together and work towards putting an end to the violence.

Time and Place: Date:
Saturday, November 1, 2008
Time:
2:00pm - 2:30pm
Location:
Little Rock, AR
Street:
Dr Martin Luther King Jr Dr and Daisy L Gatson Bates Intersection City/Town:
Little Rock, AR