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NCWCC CHICAGO TALK RADIO END SELF GENOCIDE SERIES

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Tune in at 6:30 Eastern Standard Time...August 3, 2012 ... Join Emmy Nominated News Anchor/Reporter Patricia Hunte and Co Executive Producer Dr. Tasha Brown of NCWCC Chicago  who will interview Youth Advocate Clemmie Greenlee, CEO  of  Nashville Peacemakers in Nashville, TN.  Clemmie's  story was featured in USA TODAY National Newspaper "From the Streets Rises an Angel."
 
NCWCC  is committed to changing lives and creating a voice.  For the second week in a row we lift awareness to the self Genocide going on in numerous American cities including Chicago, Atlanta, California, Nashville.  The list of cities is long.  Clemmie Greenlee is making a valiarnt effort to end the violence, to end  Self Genocide
 
Greenlee started by transforming her own life from of 28 years of crime, drug addiction and prostitution to become an advocate for the homeless, the addicted, the mentally ill and ex-cons who want to get their life back on track.
 
Greenlee shares the tactics she used to get rival gang members  to work together peacefully to earn money legally.  She trained them to become non-violent.  She's working with mothers who have lost children to crime.  Her story is an example of how the ordinary person can make a difference  in our crime filled communities.
NCWCC Chicago Rev Dr. Tasha Brown  lifts awareness to the Self Genocide in underserved communities. Gang violence is on the raise in throughout the country. NCWCC Chicago  will feature a series of  extraordinary groups and programs that transform lives . Teaching thru the support of youth ministers and exploring faith . 

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