Dale spent a great deal of his adult life advocating for everyone to understand the power of actively voting. Don't let his efforts go in vain.
GET OUT AND VOTE!!
A Fighter For Justice In Her Community!
Darlene Cain is a strong community advocate who works tirelessly to reach the community from the airways of Baltimore to the stairways of Annapolis! She can always be found reaching out to others to hear whats going on in their community. She's also there letting everyone know that Mothers On The Move is there to support them in their hour of need. She enjoys nothing more than raising awareness, gaining community and legislative support, and interacting with our youth to make a change one person at a time!
THE NEW YORK TIMES FEATURED DARLENE CAIN IN THIS ARTICLE TITLED - BALTIMORE'S "BROKEN RELATIONSHIP" WITH POLICE.
Who has felt the pain of police killings more acutely, more intimately than the mothers of the victims of police violence? Armed with their pain and a will to change the system, some of these mothers met in Washington earlier this month to find ways to work together.
BELOW IS THE "MOTHERS ON THE MOVE" ARTICLE PRINTED IN THE AFRO AMERICAN NEWSPAPER IN THE OCTOBER 29TH - NOVEMBER 4TH, 2011 EDITION.
"This is not a club we want to be a part of": Coalition of Concerned Mothers gathers to support Portsmouth mother
Sallie Chapman, center, is comforted by Darlene Cain, left, who lost her son Dale Graham to a police shooting, and Rhanda Dormeus, right, who lost her daughter Korryn Gaines to a police shooting, during a press conference in Norfolk on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016, the evening before the scheduled sentencing of former Portsmouth police officer Stephen Rankin for the fatal shooting of 18-year-old William Chapman II. Seven mothers who had lost children in police shootings and community violence came to support Chapman at the sentencing of the police officer who shot her son. (Steve Earley)
SOUL BOX PROJECT TO HONOR VICTIMS OF GUN VIOLENCE
A Baltimore mother finds productive respite in Soul Box Project during her ongoing efforts to receive justice for the police shooting of her son.