Tonight's special guest is Charles Stecker from Philadelphia, a returning NAASCA family member who'll be talking about his new petition and campaign to have the City of Philadelphia to release all records in reference to his brother's murder. The actual petition's on the Internet at Change.org: http://chn.ge/1k9Izc5 and explains on the web site, "On February 28, 1967 at the tender age of 2 years old my younger brother, Edward John Stecker, was murdered by the hands of a foster mother. We had been assigned to her home by the Philadelphia Department of Human Services contract agency, the Philadelphia Society to Protect Children, now known as Turning Points for Children." He goes on, "I was with my brother and witnessed his murder. I suffered a severely shattered left elbow causing me limited use of my arm to this very day." One of the most involved abuse survivor / activists we know, Charles offers his info on the NAASCA Contact Page, and has a web site called "Chahlies Angels." He's also listed on the Eagle Rare web site where he's devoted to 'Inspiring Victims to become Empowered Victors'. The site says, "Charles has made it his 'Call Of Duty' to positively empower the Youth of today encouraging them to become the Leaders of tomorrow. They will in turn positively empower the next generation of Youth with the pattern repeating for generations to come.
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