Sunday Morning Spotlight: Dolly Grimes-Johnson and the Sojourner Family Peace Center
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(MILWAUKEE) - “Truth is powerful and it prevails.” The words from a former slave, who rose to become a powerful advocate for human rights, still ring true today. Sojourner Truth inspired countless individuals including a local woman who herself has helped thousands of abuse victims discover the power to change their lives.
At the end of this month longtime shelter director Dolly Grimes-Johnson will retire from her position at Sojourner Family Peace Center after 36 years. A survivor of domestic abuse herself, Grimes-Johnson has come to the aid of countless women in Milwaukee over the years.
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning, Mike Strehlow put Grimes-Johnson in the Sunday Morning Spotlight.
Click here to learn more about the Sojourner Family Peace Center.