Community leaders call for violence to end after weekend spike in Pittsburgh-area shootings

/Community leaders call for violence to end after weekend spike in Pittsburgh-area shootings

Community leaders call for violence to end after weekend spike in Pittsburgh-area shootings

Multiple community leaders made a passionate plea Tuesday, asking for violence to stop in the Pittsburgh area.

A joint news conference with the Black Political Empowerment Project and the Greater Pittsburgh Coalition Against Violence addressed seven shootings — one of them fatal — that happened last weekend.

https://www.wtae.com/article/community-leaders-call-for-violence-to-end-after-weekend-spike-in-pittsburgh-area-shootings/22725895

2018-08-15T15:30:55+00:00 August 15th, 2018|Making News|

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