Do you have plans this upcoming (going on 50th) Friday night during a pandemic?
Well, please join fellow neighbors Katie Blanchard, Sara Kettering and Jennifer Wustman for a virtual meeting hosted by KFNA this coming Friday to talk about communal safety. Bring something to drink, grab a snack and your good ideas, and log-on in for an informal (and maybe even fun?!?) community meeting!
This event is being facilitated by a group of neighbors that have been focusing since George Floyd’s murder on community safety strategies that move beyond policing. The purpose of this gathering is to engage with and collect feedback from Kingfield neighborhood Block Contacts about potential strategies to promote local community and public safety initiatives for 100 days … and into the future! They are helping KFNA kick-off a ‘100 Days of Community Campaign’ that will culminate with the anniversary of the murder of Mr. Floyd. In this initial gathering on Feb. 19th they will host a conversation with you focused on:
- Fight the Fear work and organizing
- Crowdsourcing to support city-wide violence prevention initiatives
- Community-building event(s) and practices
If you are already signed up with KFNA as your Block Contact, please RSVP here: https://forms.gle/sB5AjAuEb97WqkKH6
If you want to sign-up to be a Block Contact for your street, please do so here first: https://forms.gle/cFyi71978rryZSUZA … And THEN complete the registration above!
Registrants will receive a Zoom link 24 hours before the event.