|Posted by projectreachinc on March 26, 2014 at 2:45 PM|
Drug education, prevention and academics at an early age is the key to helping to end the war on drugs and a method in changing the mindset of adults. More importantly, this movement will move our nation in the direction of saving the precious lives of children.
Recently, I visited a at-risk neighborhood after speaking to a city official about issues surrounding drugs, violence, gangs and poverty. This neighborhood is located near my home church and other churches and the neighborhood is just a few miles from downtown, where there are beautiful buildings and clean and safe streets.
This was mid day and young black men were either standing on the corners or sitting on porches, perhaps like many other communities across America. In talking with some of the young men about jobs and the lack of, suggested to me that these man made disparities are not only created, but need much prayer and advocacy from committed individuals and groups for positive resolve, because politics and government is not the answer.
From this neighborhood visit, I continued my travels to a local Walmart's store and passed the pharmacy counter and saw no black males employed. From these encounters and talks, I thought of using proactive approaches to illegal drug use and the selling of, must start at an early age and PROJECT R.E.A.C.H. INC., is suggesting and encouraging parents, educators and community activist to begin directing children to careers in pharmacy.
As many church and community groups continue to focus on ways of saving black males and others from gangs, violence and the drug culture. Let us look at a simple answer and its legal.
Download the website below and encourage our children and others to enroll in Pharmacy Schools In The United States. This will allow them to use their abilities to save lives and make a good and honest living in the process as certified pharmacist. "There is a school near you"
Keep Hope Alive!
The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character that is the goal of true education. - Martin Luther King, Jr. "The Purpose of Education" (1947)
"At no time do we condone wrongness on either side of the wall"