Pro-Active Prevention Education

How are you feeling today?  When presented with this question do you think only about aches and pains, or do you also think about your mental state?  Many of us walk around each and every day with a million things on our mind. Thoughts that occupy your mind will actually determine how you feel.  So …

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BANG-BANG A young black man is dead. Community responds. What will be said? Another family hurt. It has become a norm. Just who was the shooter will determine the storm. They say it was a brother this time with the gun. My community will say nothing; just wait for the next one. Wait-wait the internet …

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Every day in communities around this country a young black man’s life is taken by a self-replica – another young black man. If you’re wearing a particular garment, stare without acknowledgement, commit a casual bump, or perhaps nothing at all, you can fall victim. Why are some of us so deadly and lack the ability …

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How often do you think about yourself and who or what you are about as a person? Think about what makes you tick, what moves you to the good or bad side of things and how you feel about yourself overall. Do you have more good moments than bad moments and are you disgruntled and …

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Thanksgiving is the day we gather, give thanks and express gratitude for our many blessings. With everything that’s going on in the world, our neighborhoods, our homes and families, sometimes it can be hard to remember to give thanks for those everyday things we take for granted. Take some time to list those things you …

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“Don’t behave like a bunch of Hoodlums.  Be Civil”. These were sometimes parting words from parents years ago as their children left the house and went off to school, church, social events or anywhere where a child’s bad behavior could be considered a direct reflection on the adults responsible for rearing them. This meant for …

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