NY1 Online: Advocates Discuss Efforts To Curb Violence
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The Road to City Hall’s Errol Louis asked Jackie Rowe-Adams, the founder of Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E., who lost two sons to gun violence; Melvin Blackman, the creator of the Burning House Project, a program that works with state prisons to help incarcerated people re-enter society; 17-year-old Allexcia Johnson, who attends James Madison High School in Brooklyn and is the president of the Students Taking Action Today Youth Council; and Michael Skolnik, the co-President of GlobalGrind.com
, about their efforts to curb violence in the city.