Welcome to "TheStreets Don't Love You Back" Movement
Our goal is to educate our youth about the dangers of gang violence and drugs and that there are many alternatives to the “gang/thug” life.
“The Streets Don’t Love You Back: A Story of Strength, Prayer, and Perseverance” by Robert Boyd. The autobiography of a man who grew up in the eastside ghetto of Detroit MI. His father a prominent Reverand and well known Author chose not to be a part of his life. His stepfather was a good man and treated him and siblings as his own, until one day when he was nine years old he watched his stepfather get stabbed to death........ This manuscript is definitely a story of Hope, Change, Healing and Forgiveness. After reading this book you will see that crime doesn’t pay and “The Streets Don’t Love You Back”
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Labor trafficking has been found in diverse labor settings including,…Continue
In every state, crimes are put into distinct categories. The categories are usually "felony," "misdemeanor," and "infraction." Decisions on crime classification are made by state legislators; the determination focuses on the seriousness of the crime. This article looks at the differences among these crime classifications, moving from least serious (infractions) to most (felonies).
Infractions (sometimes called violations) are petty offenses that are…
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It’s only the latest example of weird mixtures of deadly chemicals, chiefly the surgical painkiller fentanyl and its derivatives, turning up in the illegal drug marketplace.
“We are more routinely seeing deadly cocktails of heroin, fentanyl, various…
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Known as acrylfentanyl, the…Continue