Veteran Activists Respond To Arrest of Tio Hardiman On Allegations Of Domestic Battery


Veteran activists Wallace "Gator" Bradley of United In Peace, Mark S.Allen of National Black Wall Street Chicago, J. Minor Allen,  a former CeaseFire Director and others have been contacted by the press today regarding the arrest of our longtime ally Tio Hardiman on allegations of domestic violence and Bradley and Allen and others released a statement that states that "Tio Hardiman is a public servant, NOT a perfect servant, and he and anyone in public service are still human beings who face the same challenges as the people we serve" so we lift up our support to Tio Hardiman and we keep him in our prayers for that only God can provide through such a personal and professional period of challenge.
Chairman & COO National Black Wall Street Chicago
(Rev. Willie T. Barrow Consumer Education and Consumer Action Project)
Founder/Lead Organizer, Illinois Voter Restoration Civic Education Project
Chief of Staff to National Chairman, National Black Wall Street USA
"And The Ordinary People Said" News Blog,
Chairman, Community Reinvestment Organizing Project
Listed in 2012 Edition Who' Who In Black Chicago
4655 South King Drive, Suite 203
Chicago, Illinois 60653
(Office) 773-268-6900 or direct 773-392-0165
The Rev. Al Sharpton calls Mark Allen "one of Chicago's legendary political activists and one of the best organizers of his generation"



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