David Miller from the Urban Leadership Institute joins us for a discussion about coping with losing a loved one through inner city violence. He will be hosting A Time to Heal, this Sunday, November 6th, for families who have lost children to violence in the city. Also joining the show are Elwood Conway, a trauma nurse at Sinai Hospital, and Dr. Lonise Bias, who lost her son Len to a cocaine overdose and her son Jay to a drive-by shooting. Dr. Bias will be the keynote speaker at Sunday’s event.
A Time To Heal
Sunday, November 6th
2pm – 5pm
Zamoiski Auditorium in the Hecht Building at Sinai Hospital
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