The Black Political Empowerment Project (B-PEP), in partnership with the Alliance for Police Accountability (APA), The Black & White Reunion (BWR), the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh and the W. PA. Black Political Assembly
(WPBPA) will host two “COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS WITH PITTSBURGH’S NEW ACTING POLICE CHIEF CAMERON MCLAY”.
The first such conversation will take place at on Monday, November 10th at Bethel A.M.E. Church, located at 2720 Webster Avenue at Morgan Street in Pittsburgh’s Hill District (15219) and facilitated by Tene Croom, President of Tene Croom Communications and former News Director for the American Urban Radio Network (AURN).
The second “Community Conversation” will take place at Pentecostal Temple, located at 6300 East Liberty Boulevard in East Liberty (15206), and facilitated by long-time KDKA TV news reporter Lynne Hayes Freeland.
Both events are scheduled to run from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm, with doors opening at 6:00 pm. Pittsburgh citizens are urged to bring their questions, concerns and suggestions for how people would like to see the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police operate under the administration of Mayor Bill Peduto, new Safety Director tephen Bucar, and the City’s new Acting Police Chief Cameron McLay. These conversations are meant to be constructive, positive and aimed at helping to
create the foundation for a new day for policing in Pittsburgh.
(For Information contact Tim Stevens at 412-758-7898, email@example.com)