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Today on my Radio broadcast I will be talking on the importance of introducing our youths to Christ and How we can do so effectively. It is very important that we teach our youths, the generation about the God we serve, the God who has brought us through our life's walk, in every test and storm, so that they can walk their walk with him in their time of test and storm. If they have Christ as Lord of their lives, there is no need for drugs, suicide and jail. So join me tonight at 8:00PM CST in this teaching that will surely be a blessing to you and the youths in your life.
"Joseph Khargie is the Program Director at the 4life Foundation. Growing up, Joseph was always finding himself in trouble. From suspensions, to anger management classes, to disobeying authoritative figures, he had more than his fair share of early life lessons.
Growing up in Scarborough, Joseph was a witness to gangs, drugs, and street culture. Joseph’s parents divorced when he was still quite young and this led him to rebel. Joseph has developed partnerships with the School Boards, Police Services, City Officials and Corporations. Joseph believes in building a strong community while promoting positive values in order for youth to succeed. Passion and determination are what drive this young man to empower youths.
Human rights are "commonly understood as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled simply because she or he is a human being .
In their fight for independence, African peoples drew upon human rights standards to justify their struggle. On account of colonization, African people suffered from years of oppression and gross human rights abuses. As such, they used their struggle to expose these abuses and fight for their liberation. The sacrifices made by such countries. But many years after independence, the situation of human rights in Africais generally reported to be poor, and it is seen as an area of grave concern according to the UN, governmental, and non-governmentalobservers. Even if , many nations have at least nominally recognized basic human rights for all citizens,
read more: http://www.africanviews.org/component/content/article/1016-youths-perspectives/49467-the-contribution-of-african-youth-to-the-advancement-of-human-rights
Fast & Furious Kills 16 Youths with Clabe Taylor is our guest on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. Clabe Taylor is an expert on Latin American, Russian, and Ukrainian Security Issues and Author of 'Mako'and 'TEXMEX'. A recent report links guns passed across Mexican border, from ATF agents in the United States during the Fast & Furious undercover operation, to a massacre of 16 young people at a party in a residential area of Ciudad Juarez. The Core Business Show
My guest on the show is the UK based Hip-hop artist, motivational mentor, spiritual storyteller and poet Alim Kamara.
Gaining mass accreditation from his motherland Sierra Leone, this UK based BEFFTA inspiration award winning artist, has room for creative expansion as his list of artistic endeavours continue to grow.
Formidably challenging the thoughts of the youths, the community activist has held workshops in schools and youth clubs across the UK and overseas.
Alim continues to exceed all expectations with his Reciting Rainbows album which is FREE on www.alimkamara.com, has received rave reviews and reached No.1 in the Reverbnation charts. His Griot Collection storytelling album is available on iTunes.
Join in the POWORDFUL Conversations tonight ~ WED 1st MAY @ 8.00PM (GMT) or 16.00 (EST), and be transformed by Olive! #teens #hip-hop #inspire #alimkamara
Molly has been a common drug lately & everyone is trying it. Pop 1 and your sweating? Let me explain why your sweating: Molly is a drug made up of cocaine, crack, ecstasy, meth & bath salt. It slows your heart rate 10x the normal limit & reeks havoc on your immune system with just one pill. Take two & it damages your brain without you even being able realize it. It becomes an addiction & soon a cry for help. By the fifth one you take, it starts killing your organs & preventing them from functioning as normal. It increases your chance of stroke & heart attackand can cause your lungs to stop functioning all together! It is a very powerful & VERY DANGEROUS drug! More harmful than crack itself. Many rappers are promoting it to involve young people in the manufacturing, selling, and usage of the drug. ! Why is it that the music industry has more of an effect on the new wave of drugs? Conspiracy theory or not, do you think that the higher ups in the music industry force artists to make music promoting new drugs? And why are African American youth so quick to jump on the new drug trends? Today we will try to show the truth so the youth can make an informed & smart decision if they're ever offered this drug.
At Home with Roger caught up with Craig Pinkney, Youth Specialist working in the streets of London fighting against the crime among our youths.
About Craig Pinkney
Craig Pinkney is an Urban Youth Specialist, founder and director of Real ActionUK. His work evolves around reducing gang violence and desistance from gang membership. He is also a visiting lecturer at a few universities and colleges such as De Montfort University, Newman University, Nuneaton & Hinckley College and University College of Birmingham. Craig is currently studying a Master’s degree in Criminology at Birmingham City University. He is married with two children and lives in the community he works.
Find him on Twitter, @realactionuk.
Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown. Log on to discuss the message behind the music. Music is divine, univeral and a tool to empower the youths.
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Rob is passionate about educating people about fraud and online security so they can better protect themselves.
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On Sunday Oct.27, 2013 @ 6:30pm est is my guest Donna Buchanan she is the author of the book titled Second Chance Runaway!
Donna started running away at the age 14. Soon the streets became her life consumed by drug addiction.
Her goal is to educate youths against drugs and violence.
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