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November 26, 2010

Chris Moore hosts a 4802 Special on ending the violence that plagues the African/American community. Guests include:

Talisa L. Reed - she is a Residential Program Manager for Operation Safety Net which is a division of Mercy Behavioral Health. She lost her daughter Carma on January 10, 2004 in a mistaken identity drive by shooting. Carma was an honors student at Duquesne University.

Rev. Glenn Grayson - Pastor, Wesley Center AME Zion Church and former President of the Pittsburgh Interfaith Impact Network an organization that has sought to reduce violence among youth. Rev. Grayson lost his son Jeron who was home on break from college and was shot by a person who had been denied admission to an off campus party that Jeron was attending with friends near a local university.

Valerie Dixon - Executive Director of the Prevent Another Crime Today (PACT) Initiative, which aims to keep unsolved murders in Pittsburgh in the public eye. She lost her son Robert to gun violence on June 25, 2001.


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Chris Moore hosts a 4802 Special on ending the violence that plagues the African/American community. Guests include:

Talisa L. Reed - she is a Residential Program Manager for Operation Safety Net which is a division of Mercy Behavioral Health. She lost her daughter Carma on January 10, 2004 in a mistaken identity drive by shooting. Carma was an honors student at Duquesne University.

Rev. Glenn Grayson - Pastor, Wesley Center AME Zion Church and former President of the Pittsburgh Interfaith Impact Network an organization that has sought to reduce violence among youth. Rev. Grayson lost his son Jeron who was home on break from college and was shot by a person who had been denied admission to an off campus party that Jeron was attending with friends near a local university.

Valerie Dixon - Executive Director of the Prevent Another Crime Today (PACT) Initiative, which aims to keep unsolved murders in Pittsburgh in the public eye. She lost her son Robert to gun violence on June 25, 2001.


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