Cook County Commissioner Donna Miller (D-6th) and Mitchell R. Davis, Hazel Crest police chief and president of the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, joined reformed felon Victor Woods on Aug. 25 for a call to action to end gun violence.
Woods is the author of "A Breed Apart" and creator of the non-profit Chicago Peace Organization. He led a diverse team of educators, municipal leaders and reformed felons into Cook County Jail Division 11 on Wednesday to urge those incarcerated to pledge to stop gun violence.
Woods’ work is an effort to . . .
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