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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Stop the stigma, the stereotypes, the assumptions…. Anyone can die, most are not drug addicts! Fentanyl poisoning is real, our children are dying! Educate your families, do not use pills or medication’s that others give you, do not ask others for medications, and do not accept pills from others to try. Fentanyl poisoning is the newest drug epidemic and is laced with tons of counterfeit pills, cocaine and marijuana Don’t let you or your loved one be a picture on the next billboard. It only…Continue
Teens are using emoji and secret lingo to find illegal drugs. How parents can crack the code...
Teens are buying drugs via popular social media platforms and text messaging, often right under their parents’ noses. Experts are decoding the secret terms and…Continue
Sometimes, emojis have hidden meanings much more sinister than what’s on the surface.
For example, emojis can be used to represent certain drugs, becoming a new slang of sorts for dealers and users. Most emoji combinations are obscure, and some are dangerous.
This reference guide is intended to give parents, educators, and caregivers a better sense of how emojis are being used in conjunction with illegal drugs.
Fake prescription pills, commonly laced with deadly fentanyl,…Continue
Death by fentanyl is a form of suffocation. It shuts down your neuro and respiratory system and you can die in minutes or even seconds. Fentanyl causes respiratory depression called "wooden chest syndrome".
The onset of poisoning caused by fentanyl can occur at a much quicker rate (sometimes within seconds) than heroin. In the majority of cases, fentanyl poisoning appears very similar to other opioid overdoses. However,…
Deceptive drugs made of fentanyl are killing young people across America at an alarming rate.
Fentanyl is infiltrating our communities through counterfeit pills, cocaine, and any other street drug you can name.
Anonymously sold through social media and delivered within minutes. Learn about it now before it kills you or someone you love.
Illicit fentanyl and its analogues are very dangerous synthetic opioids, with high abuse potential and severe…Continue