This week, I was asked to speak with David Waters, an award winning journalist and my friend for nearly 20 years. He writes the Faith in Memphis blog for the Commercial Appeal and has recently started a Safe in Memphis group following the death of Heather Palambo-Jones, a kindergarten teacher who worked with David’s wife at the Frayser Achievement District.
He focuses on what makes one feel safe in our hometown and he attempts to challenge the traditional thoughts about safety in Memphis as well as giving readers tools to feel safe.
Here is the article he wrote after we spoke:
If you can’t read that link, click here.
Let me know what you think and what apps you use to feel safe.