Video: Healing, Bridge-Building, and Empowerment to Address Gun Violence

January 26, 2017
Liz Walker, MDiv '05, RPP Colloquium speaker

A discussion by leaders in the Boston area driving inspiring community-based initiatives to address the effects and sources of gun violence.


Chaplain Clementina Chéry, founder, president, and CEO, Louis D. Brown Peace Institute; Stanley Pollack, founder and executive director, Center for Teen Empowerment, presenting with a youth organizer; Monalisa Smith, founder, president, and CEO, Mothers for Justice and Equality; John M. Brown, Sergeant Detective, Boston Police Department


David J. Harris, managing director, Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice, Harvard Law School


Rev. Liz Walker, MDiv '05, pastor, Roxbury Presbyterian Church; board chair, Cory Johnson Trauma Education Program; award-winning journalist and former television news anchor in Boston

This event was organized by the Religions and the Practice of Peace Colloquium.