The Assault on the African American Male from Poverty to Prisons

August 10, 2015
Hosted by Kit Cummings

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In this episode of Power of Peace Radio we will focus on the current cycle of generational poverty, crime and youth violence that is rising in our communities. But we will also tackle the tough issues of a system that seems to be set up to fail, and that is fed by young, poor, black, white and Latino youth, largely by the war on drugs and what comes from it... We will look for solutions with thought leaders and change agents Antonio Boyd and Warden Charles Hinsley. We will discuss issues such as: What are some of the community solutions that can stem the tied of situations like Ferguson, Baltimore, North Charleston, and Cleveland. Why do high rates of recidivism continue to occur when crime rates have not significantly increased in the past 10 to 20 years? Has the President and Congress done enough to focus on these issues? What is the role of the Faith Community to solve these problems? Tune in and join the conversation with DOERS, not just complainers. The Power of Peace!

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In today’s world we are bombarded with more information than ever before. Technology has enabled us to connect at real speed, and the world has gotten smaller as things move faster. The media broadcasts negativity and fear, and many have become addicted to drama. The world is hungry for peace like never before, and people are in desperate need of HOPE. Power of Peace Radio brings a message of love and light into dark and dangerous places. We seek solutions, as we strive to “Restore Our Beloved Community.” With cutting edge topics and thought leaders from various fields, we will tackle the hottest issues that surround our youth and our communities. From teenage addiction and overdose to sexting and cyber-bullying; from mass incarceration to generational poverty, Power of Peace Radio will bring hope and courage into the areas of our lives that are in most need of it. Inspiration will be the catalyst as we bring stories of transformation and redemption to light. Hope is the New Dope.

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Kit Cummings

Kit Cummings

Kit Cummings is an author, teacher, and founder of Power of Peace Project, Inc. Kit has worked with non-profits and fortune 500's over his 25 year career. Kit spreads a much needed message of peace, power and positive change all over the world. Kit excels as a coach and trainer where he offers keys and principles that inspire people to see things differently, adjust their attitude, and reach new heights. With an entertaining style that combines inspiration and humor, Kit's high energy program connects with very diverse audiences, training in small workshops or delivering keynote speeches at large events and seminars. Kit brings his experience working in some of the most dangerous areas in the world into prisons, schools and churches as a catalyst for change. Kit recently completed speaking tours in South Africa, Mexico, Honduras and Ukraine; he's negotiated peace between rival gang leaders in dangerous maximum security prisons; and Kit has spoken at the Gandhi Global Peace Summit in Durban, South Africa. Kit has taught and trained in some of the toughest environments, and to some of the roughest audiences, and now he brings his dynamic, life-changing message to corporate seminars and conferences. Prepare to be inspired, motivated and transformed. Kit delivers over 100 entertaining presentations per year, and he has authored three books.

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Episode Directory

October 2015

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August 2015

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  • 8/24/2015: The Faith Crisis in America Listen Now
  • 8/17/2015: Cops and Communities: Bridging the Divide Listen Now
  • 8/10/2015: The Assault on the African American Male from Poverty to Prisons Listen Now
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