HOW TO CONNECT WITH OUR AT-RISK YOUTH
During our last episode some very important and most steering dialogue took place - about the impact of little known Black movements and their impacts on the quality of life for families and youth. Perhaps one of the most significant takeaways is the confusion that exists relative to what is the best way to teach and encourage at-risk young people from a family and community standpoint.
Join TALK-STRAIGHT host, Rev., Dr. Rueben Dockery as he continues discussion around the breakdown between good ideals and proactive solutions for improving the quality of life for at-risk urban youth and their families historically.
The case study of historical African American social organizations such as the NAACP, National Urban League, Southern Christian Leadership Conference and Black Panther Party for Self-Defense
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