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Drugs & Gangs And How Easy It Is To Get Caught Up In The Behavior

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Because of this show's importance we are rescheduling this episode due to the technical difficulties on Saturday. We refuse to allow the devil, Cox or any other negative entity prevent us from unifying us as a whole. So make sure you are tuned in. Also on Wednesday 11:00 am we are very excited because we are going to be talking to our youth, and they are going to be talking about bullying in their school and how it has affected them.

Our show, Our Community and Our Time. The Southeast Memorial Page and The Leaders of Change Southeast Radio show belongs to all of us. The question is what we are going to do with it.  We want to thank each and every one of you who have supported since the beginning as well as all of you who are now getting involved... This Movement & Unification is confirmation that we are sick and tired of the condition of us as a people and us as a community. All the loss of life and the effect it has left on our children, and our families. I want to give shout outs to Brother Dayrel Mohammed, P-Do, Curtis Howard Author of the Book Cellmates & Sellouts, Monica Kelly, Olivia Dixon, Greg Crews, Mark Payne, SDCOE, Charles Dudley, Andre Johnson and all of you.

This show is about Drugs & Gangs and how easy it is for our youth to get involved. Pass the word and make sure you tune in and either voice your opinion or just listen in. Always know that each and every show well be posted to Leaders of Change Facebook page and Southeast Memorial Page for your listening pleasure. God bless each and every one of you. And God Bless all of our loved ones who have lost their lives due to gang violence.

 

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