Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Community leaders stand in solidarity to denounce violence


Community leaders led by the NAACP, including church leaders and local law enforcement officials, stood in solidarity outside Mount Zion AME Church on Tuesday to denounce violence in the community, in response to Friday's shooting incident in which police officers were allegedly targeted.

Those attending included Blanding Watson, Lancaster County chapter president of the NAACP; Reverend Patricia McAllister of Mount Zion AME; the Reverend Charles Deutsch, pastor for Ironville United Methodist Church and head of the Columbia ministerium; Columbia Borough Police Chief Jack Brommer, and Officers Brent Keyser and Troy Engle.






1 comment:

  1. This is great and a perfect setting!!!!

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