April 19, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Pierson Auditorium
5000 Holmes St
Kansas City, MO 64110

Thank you for attending Violence, Community & Faith: Connecting the Dots. View event photos and check back soon for KCPT’s broadcast of this program!

Join American Public Square and SevenDays 2017 for a Dinner at the Square on Violence, Community and Faith: Connecting the Dots. A panel representing government, faith and community will have a fact-based, civil conversation about hate crimes and violence and the ways in which the entire community can come together and work to address these issues. The evening will be moderated by KCPT‘s Nick Haines

Barry Grissom, Former U.S. Attorney for Kansas
David Haley, Senator, Kansas District 4
James Jacobs, Law Professor, New York University
Jolie Justus, Councilwoman, Kansas City, MO District 4
Mark Levin, Founding Rabbi, Congregation Beth Torah
Rosilyn Temple, Founder/Director, KC Mothers in Charge