gangs

Four Georgia teens pursued summer jobs to stay out of trouble. They were pressured to join neighborhood gangs.

Former Sec. of Education Arne Duncan takes new job in Chicago to help high school dropouts. He plans to create a program to teach them job skills to escape gang life.

via:blackchristiannews.com Troy Evans grew up in the inner city streets of Grand Rapids, Michigan. When he was 9 years old–he faced one of the darkest days of his life. “One of the neighbors was taking the kids and, you know, doing, playing horse, I guess, would put everybody on his shoulders and walk them around […]

Forty-nine people whose headless, handless bodies were recovered early Sunday on a highway near the town of Cadereyta is indeed one notable massacre. The group…

During a gathering of Houston’s most prominent law enforcement individuals Wednesday afternoon, an announcement was made about new initiatives that work to find some of…

Check out this thought provoking video from Houston’s own Bizzle entitled “This Ain’t Love”. Have your sons & daughters listen and watch this video!