Columbus Police Chief Elaine Bryant to Meet with Members of Community at Faith Forum￼
FOR PLANNING PURPOSES
Tuesday, May 31, 2022
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Columbus Police Chief Elaine Bryant to Meet with Members of Community at Faith Forum
Columbus, Ohio–On Tuesday, May 31, at 5:30 p.m., Faith in Public Life in partnership with Say It Loud Columbus, Columbus Safety Collective, Bishop Donald Washington and Mt. Hermon Missionary Baptist Church, will host a faith forum to facilitate a conversation between Columbus Police Chief Elaine Bryant and people in the community, including those who have been directly harmed by Columbus police.
On June 18, 2021, in a meeting with faith leaders hosted by Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Kee at New Faith Baptist Church in Christ, Chief Bryant committed to hearing directly from the Columbus community about their experiences with excessive force by Columbus police officers. Since Chief Bryant has completed her required training, she is now prepared and available to hear from the community in this faith forum.
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WHAT: Faith Forum with Columbus Police Chief Bryant
Tuesday, May 31, at 5:30 p.m.
Mt. Hermon Missionary Baptist Church
2283 Sunbury Rd, Columbus, OH 43219
Chief Elaine Bryant, Columbus Division of Police
Bishop Donald Washington, Mt. Hermon Missionary Baptist Church
Rev. Dr. Eric Brown, Woodland Christian Church
Paisha Thomas, Faith in Public Life
Members of the Community