BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The life and work of a murdered Buffalo nun is living on througha special event.
A showing of unity marked the conclusion of a three daynon-violence summit, held in memory of Sister Karen Klimczak in theQueen City.
Sister Karen was killed four years ago, by a parolee she wasassisting at Buffalo's Bissonette House.
Whitehead exclaimed, "It takes the community to stop theviolence, it doesn't take just one person or one church, it takes acommunity as a whole to stop the violence. The violence that'shappening now within our city needs to stop and it takes thecommunity to start that."
This week's summit was organized by the Sister Karen KlimczakCenter for non-violence on Durham Avenue in Buffalo.
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