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Press Conference and Prayer Vigil


 Civic leaders, pastors and Parramore residents joined hands in a STOP THE VIOLENCE PRAYER VIGIL August 10th at 6 PM. The prayer vigil was held at the corner of Parramore Avenue and Grand Street, the location July 2015's targeted triple murder.  Local Pastors, residents and civic leaders prayed for strength for Parramore residents and the police who serve them, and they expressed their faith that solutions can be found to stop the violence.

STOP THE VIOLENCE AND EMBRACE, Founder Jack Williams, Jr. organized this event.  He was available beforehand to discuss the importance of people coming together at Parramore Ave. to protect our citizens.

“We must come together as a community to seek solutions to the violence that is claiming too many lives. We must work together to make the Parramore Ave. area safer,” said Williams. “I believe the power of prayer can make a big difference as we all stand together to seek solutions to prevent these problems.”

People of all faiths were invited to attend this vigil and pray together for solutions to protect our citizens.

Angela Marie Walls-Windhauser, U.S. Senate candidate, was a featured speaker at the Prayer Vigil.  She offered her ideas to address the problems of violence in Central Florida.  Other local candidates for office also planned to attend to show their support.

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Stop The Violence and Embrace "Taking It To The Street" concert and rally on March 14, 2015 will be held at Grand Ave Park 700 Grand Ave. There was a March starting at Experience Christain Center. The March began at 10am and went to 25th st to 18th street and ended at the Grand Ave Park. The Anti-Violence Rally and Concert featured guest speakers Police Chief John Mina, Commission Samuel Ings, Commissioner Regina Hill, and Commissioner Victoria Siplin.  WE had lots of gospel, Hip Hop and R&B recording artists, food and fun.

This is a Stop The Violence and Embrace Inc. production to bring awareness to the growing problem of violence in the area.  Our focus is to bring the community, law enforcement and the elected officials together to focus on one purpose: to make our community a safer place to live.  We look forward to having your participation and support in making this much needed anti-violence program a success. For more information and to confirm your participation, Please call Jack Williams Jr. at 407-970-0869 or email at We welcome you with open arms and we thank you with all our heart.  May God Bless you and lead you to make the best decision in taking time out of your busy schedule for this occasion. It will truly make a difference in making our progress towards bringing violence under control -- a success!


Coming soon ... "Taking it to the Street" concert and rally. Stay Tuned!

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