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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Locked Up Arizona: A look at the state of Arizona’s criminal justice system
By Corban Carson, KTAR
Locked Up Arizona is a documentary that has been in the works for months.
I started working on this documentary in November.
But before you listen, here are some statistics you need to know from the Arizona Department of Corrections:
The drug, U-47700, is a synthetic opioid analgesic eight times more powerful than morphine. It causes sedation and respiratory depression, which can be fatal. The shipments usually come from overseas, particularly China. It is sold in vials or plastic baggies that are labeled “Not for Human Consumption” or “For Research Purposes Only.”
It has been known to be sold as "oxycodone" on the streets. The synthetic opioid U-47700 has largely been limited to laboratories in the last several…Continue
TALK TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT DRUGS. ONLY ONE CAN KILL THEM. It may look like candy!! The "Death pill," fentanyl is disguised as other drugs and linked to the spike in US overdoses. Fentanyl is 50 to 100 times as powerful as morphine, and often users of Xanax and other pills don’t know they’re taking it. Users can purchase fentanyl nasal sprays, geltabs, and even U-47700 – a research opiate – in the form of Pez candies.…Continue
FYI...The United States Food and Drug Administration approved OxyContin for prescription use among children ages 11-16. This was approved in 2014 and will have the first study done in 2019.
OxyContin is one of the most addictive and problematic drugs on the pharmaceutical market.
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) reported the addiction stats of OxyContin, the reports shined a scary reality on non-medicinal use of prescription pain killers:
-Over 31 million…