Knocking on doors, walking the city’s streets, the daily routine for members of the society for nonviolent change.
“We put our boots to the pavement,” said Gregory Terrell, the founder and leader of the group. “Wherever we know youth are going to be there and it’s going to be an abundance of them, then we go to that area.”
Fifteen guys all from the streets, all with their own stories to share, set out each day on one mission–bring peace and stability to the community.
Terrell declared, “drive by shootings, raping our women, assaulting our children, that day has come to an end.”
Nick Harris, resident of the Woodland neighborhood said, “they see some incident happen, they right on it, instantly, spotless.”
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