Business leaders partner with Buffalo Peacemakers to stop community violence
Dozens of business leaders joined community anti-violence groups Wednesday at the Northland Workforce Training Center to discuss plans to stop violence.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Putting an end to community and youth violence requires collaboration, and that’s why the Buffalo Peacemakers and members of other community anti-violence groups hosted a Business and Community Meeting at Northland Workforce Training Center.
On Wednesday, business leaders gathered in support of the Buffalo Peacemakers’ consistent efforts and actions to create safer schools, streets and neighborhoods.
Pastor James Giles is a coordinator for the Peacemakers and founder of Back to Basics Outreach Ministry. He says this meeting was a long time in the making, and the overwhelming turning is a sign that more people understand the task on the…