Tag Archives: Timothy “Noble Jennings-Bey

iApologize Book-Signing

Anti-violence activist introduces his book to inspire others to ask for forgiveness Rashawn Sullivan pauses while addressing the crowd at his Jan. 6 book-signing event. After a deep breath he says, “These are tears of joy. I went to prison at age 17, and now I’m here.” Sullivan was released from prison in 2015 for committing a drive-by shooting in Read More Read More »

Street Addiction Diagnosed

Local ‘groundbreaking’ study reveals allure of streets mirrors other behavioral addictions “The hardest part of my job is hearing the mother’s scream after a homicide.” Those are the words of Timothy “Noble” Jennings-Bey, director of the Trauma Response Team, whose job is to respond to neighborhood killings and provide help to victim’s families. “I’m in the business of trying to Read More Read More »