Khalid Shah

Stop The Violence Increase the Peace Coalition Holds Public Safety Training Program for Faith and Community Organizations   

On Wednesday July 5, a panel of professional grassroots leaders consisting of some of the most dynamic and influential trainers in the country came together to present a combined curriculum of public safety, gang prevention and interdiction best practices to faith and community-based agencies across South L.A., specifically targeting SPA 6. 

Grant AME and Everytown For Gun Safety Host Program for Gun Violence Survivors

Grant AME Church, Everytown For Gun Safety and State Assemblymember Mike Gipson (D-Carson) will co-host a special program to show support for victims of gun violence on Saturday, November 6, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., on the Grant AME campus, 10435 South Central Avenue in Los Angeles, announced the Rev. Dr. J. Arthur Rumph, host pastor. Arvis Jones, Grant musician and gun violence victim, will also participate.

A Humble Leader Prepares for a Great Pilgrimage Hajj

On July 27, 2019, business, religious leaders, Imams, former gang leaders, and families from Pasadena, Orange County, San Bernardino, San Diego, Riverside and parts in-between came to Masjid Bilal Ibn Rabah, located in the heart of the Crenshaw district, to pay respect and express well wishes to a legend and probably one of the most important and influential leaders in the southern California African American Muslim community, Naim Shah Sr.

The Politics of Peace

As about 100 citizens along with dozens of law enforcement and faith-based leaders from the city of Compton converged on Gonzalez Park last week to protest an alarming rise of homicides in that city, it seems that the revolving cycle of violence continues.