Posted May 6, 2015
Nearly 20 pastors met at the Greater Abyssinia Baptist Church on Tuesday to promote peace and safety as the Michael Brelo case draws to an end.
The local pastors were joined by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference president Dr. Charles Steele.
“We must set up conflict reconciliation centers in Cleveland,” Steel said at the press conference.
Within the next week, at least two nonviolent centers will be opened in the Cleveland area to help citizens practice safe protesting.
Bishop Minor said the centers are being opened to prepare for the worst outcome in the Brelo case.
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