Author Who Inspired A Series of Police-Community Workshops Honored by Bucks County Officials

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The organizer of the projects was honored for his impact in the community.

A Bucks County author and activist is being honored by local officials for his work to help create more communication in the community.

A.J. Ali, the founder of the L.O.V.E. is the Answer movement, director of the “Walking While Black: L.O.V.E. is the Answer” movie, and author of the book “L.O.V.E. is the Answer”, was recently honored by the Bucks County Government. His work in the community has helped to start a series of workshops meant to improve police-community relations.

“His work has inspired a series of police-community workshops that many Bucks County police departments and residents have participated in,” the Bucks County Government said online.

“L.O.V.E. is the Answer murals are also proudly displaced in Morrisville and Falls Township so far, with another in the works.”

Ali’s book, movie and other related projects have helped to make an impact in the area.

“Thank you to our Bucks County District Attorney’s Office and the The Peace Center; Bucks County for introducing this program and thank you to A.J. for spreading the L.O.V.E. message: Learn, Open, Volunteer and Empower.”

Learn more about Ali at the Bucks County Government.

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