Hundreds gathered at Fulton High School's auditorium Wednesday night to talk about ways to help at-risk kids, and take a stand against violence following the shooting death of Zaevion Dobson.
Knoxville leaders, law enforcement, parents and community members addressed the issues and solutions to the issues on Wednesday for about two hours at the forum.
WBIR-TV will continue to cover this story Thursday. Join us at 5 p.m. for a 10Listens panel focused on how you can help put an end to violence in Knoxville.
Here's a collection of social media posts from Wednesday night's "Stop the Violence: A Community Conversation" forum:
Glad our city is engaging in conversations about how to stop the violence. Proud of FCUMC's Doug Kose (Big Brothers Big...Posted by Fountain City United Methodist Church on Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Can 12 yr old Edward's mom be my mentor? B/c THAT is how you raise a global citizen. He asked HARD questions; he SPOKE TRUTH #zaeviondobson— Jess B (@jess_boc) January 28, 2016
Good dialogue tonight at Fulton but lots of work to be done. #ZaevionDobson— J. William IV (@GridIron32) January 28, 2016