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Christopher 2X is an anti-violence and peace advocate in Louisville, Kentucky. He has dedicated much of his time to community outreach programs. Christopher 2X's leadership abilities were revealed after a controversial shooting, involving 19-year old black male. When the officer was acquitted and young Blacks went to riot in the streets, 2X helped to calm the storm and continues to smooth difficult situations that arise in the community. 2X has created and co-created campaigns such as Fight Crimes Against Children, Connected Voices, Voices of the Survivors, Put Down the Guns, Project Build a Rapport, Let the Kids Grow, Team Hope NOLA, Respect Project , Justice for LIL 1's as well as an Anti-bullying campaign in Las Vegas, NV.
In 2012, Christopher 2X was appointed to Mayor Greg Fischer's Violence Prevention Work Group for the city of Louisville, KY. He has also been featured on national programs such as Dateline NBC, A&E First 48, National Public Radio and PBS Frontline documentary as it related to his work on violent crimes and incarceration issues. His biggest accomplishment that was recently assigned to him is the Ambassador of Public Relations for the new Global Mixed Gender Basketball League, with the moto "Balling for a Cause". He was appointed this honor by GMGB League President Mr. Percy Miller aka Master P who first hand has witnessed 2X's leadership and passion for the community after working side by side to combat violence.
Christopher 2X also being named co-producer of the Hood to Hood Movement, and has a simple objective of bringing neighborhoods together through organized activities, settling differences through communication, creating positive images and spirit building. His number one goal is to bring healing and compassionate presence to varying chaotic situations that arise wherever he is needed.
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