• Rev. Charles E. Williams II, and Families of victims of Detroit Gun VIOLENCE Watch and Organize at Charles H. Wright Museum Tonight

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    MSNBC SPECIAL SPOTLIGHTS DETROIT:

    50 YEARS OF GUNS

     

    Rev. Charles E. Williams II, and Families of victims of Detroit Gun VIOLENCE Watch and Organize at Charles H. Wright Museum Tonight

     

    What:

    WATCH PARTY AND STRATEGY SESSION – PRESS WELCOME

     

    When:

    7:00pm Friday November 22nd 2013

     

    Where:

    Charles H. Wright Museum

    315 E. Warren Ave

    Detroit Michigan

     

    Detroit, MI – 11/22/13 – MSNBC will air a special tonight focused on gun violence called 50 years of guns. Detroit is one of the spotlight cities. In the hour long special Rev. Charles Williams II, talks about Detroit Problems and also why Detroit deals with violence on a daily basis along with mothers whose children are victims of Gun Violence.  

     

    Rev. Charles E. Williams II said “I expect that this special will be agitating and educational but we should take that energy and knowledge and let it move us into action.” 

     

    Rev. Charles Williams II represents the next generation of civil rights leadership, as the President of the Michigan Chapter of the National Action Network, Executive Board member of PFAW’s: African American Ministers Leadership Council, and the proud pastor of the Historic King Solomon Baptist Church of Detroit where Malcolm X recorded message to the grassroots. Huffington post Contributor, and frequently appears on MSNBC, CNN and AL JAZEERA

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