Commission Against Senseless Killings, Inc. is asking you to come together in search for solutions of Memphis’s massive crime problem. Crime is affecting us all and is causing our city to be known as one of the most unsafe city in the United States. Too many families and friends are touched by senseless acts of violence. It’s time for us to stand up and face what has happened to our city, from the shooting of Dr. Martin L. King, Jr., to a shooting nearly everyday, and the fear that engulfed our lives.
C.A.S.K. was created in 1993, it’s important to note that C.A.S.K. hasn’t ever received any funding from any agency and that its members are solely financially responsible for whatever event and program that we undertake.
This event is about crime and violence within the City of Memphis and Shelby County. Our panelists are from a diverse background, have lived in Memphis a lifetime, and are ready, willing, and able to provide information that could help us move our city and county forward and away from our massive crime problem.
Our panelists includes Judge Joe Brown, along with Judge Tarik Sugarman, Attorney Melanie Taylor, Attorney Handel Durham, and Attorney Linda Harris.
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