THE URBAN TRANSLATOR SAYS...

"After the murder of Tonya Gunn on 110th and Troop
(Morgan Park) in Chicago, the Community asked Wallace Gator Bradley and James Harris ( President and Vice- President of United In Peace, Inc) to assist them with turning the tide against SENSELESS SHOOTINGS AND KILLINGS of African- Americans by other African- Americans."

UNITED IN PEACE, Inc. is working together with Rev. Tyrone Crider and the community with support from vested stakeholders to create what is now known as the UNITED IN PEACE ZONE, from 107th -119th between Halsted and Vincennes ( extended to Longwood)


Congressional Black Caucus Emergency Urban Violence Summit,
Congressional Black Caucus Emergency Urban Violence Summit,

Woman a victim of same violence she fought against


Leonore Draper was minutes away from entering her West Pullman home after an anti-violence charity event she attended Friday night when she was shot and killed.

Police found Draper, 32, shot in the chest and arm in a parked car near her home in the 11600 block of South Laflin Street in the West Pullman neighborhood on the Far South Side at about 10:35 p.m., about 30 minutes after the fundraiser she went to was over. She was pronounced dead at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn at 12:32 a.m., according to the medical examiner's office.

BROTHERS ARE GOING TO WORK IT OUT 5-30-2014 Press Conference in CHICAGO
BROTHERS ARE GOING TO WORK IT OUT 5-30-2014 Press Conference in CHICAGO

Activists helped bring arrest in senseless killing

We need to give credit where credit is due with respect to the arrest of a suspect for the brazen shooting that killed teacher Betty Howard.

Dominique Hodrick, 23, an alleged gang member, has been charged with Howard's death. Police allege Hodrick was aiming at a passing car when bullets ripped through a real estate office in Chatham where the 58-year-old special education teacher was working a second job.

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Probationer Says He Was Pressured To Be FBI Informant...



The shooting of an elderly man in May was not unlike many other gang-related shootings across Chicago - except in this case, the suspected triggerman was on probation and working as a paid FBI informant.
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