Westchester County District Attorney Candidate Mimi Rocah reunites with Nadine McKenzie the strong admirable and resilient mom who lost her daughter Shamoya Mckenzie to gun violence, Randy Da Disciple Scott President of the Foundation named in her honor. Henry Terry community leader and SNUG supervisor. – listen to how they are all connected and about their work on violence prevention.
In this episode of her online show ‘On The Issues With Mimi, Mimi discusses why she believes the District Attorney should play a key role in leading violence prevention efforts to help keep communities safer. Joining her are special guests Randy Scott, President of the Shamoya McKenzie Foundation, whose mission is to prevent children from succumbing to street gangs, Nadine McKenzie, whose daughter Shamoya was killed when caught in the crossfires of a gang shootout in 2017, and for whom the foundation is named after, and Henry Terry of Snug (guns spelled backward), a street outreach program with the Family Services of Westchester that works directly with at-risk youth to address gun violence.