Turning the Tide of Violence
Georgia's governor has declared a state of emergency and called in 1,000 National Guard troops after an eight-year-old girl was gunned down in Atlanta over the weekend. The heartbreaking death comes weeks after tumultuous violence in response to the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks.
Charlene Aaron is on today's rundown sharing why cities like Atlanta, Chicago, and New York are seeing a rise in violence and why the scene on the streets of Minneapolis, after the death of George Floyd, is starkly different.
"When the people of God get together and begin to pray, begin to worship, and release the sound of Heaven over a city, over a community, it pushes the darkness away."