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Mark Lucus CEO and president of Peace in the Street Foundation held an event at Sam Ash music store in Cerritos, Ca Saturday May 26th that will lead up to a reggae festival with Luciano, a Jamaican roots reggae artist. The two-day festival is scheduled in September during Labor Day weekend. During event The S.O.G Crew stepped in and stood out! Their awesome performance and music speaks loud of their passion for promoting peace and love in the streets and communities all over the nation. Elite TV News and The S.O.G Crew are excited to be a part of this organization and looks forward to working together to build up better communities with a vision to help a generation of young people.

PEACE IN THE STREETS: We provide our youth a creative outlet where they can focus on their career paths. They will learn the power of networking and the need to take education serious. They will also learn the need to respect teachers, parents and each other. The invisible wall that is put up by students, the click, the gang, the crew, the athlete and others use these walls to be in their comfort zone. We feel that letting students create from a positive platform can help ease some of the tension that can cause violence and bullying in schools. We are trying to put a dent in the dropout rate and become a buffer between schools and the court system. About 1 in 10 young male high school dropouts is in jail or juvenile detention. Only one to two percent of Blacks and Hispanics make up the teaching ranks in America. Without any role models, American minority youth drop out at 7,000 young boys and girls every day. With a new permanent, illiterate sub-class in America that grows too fast to solve, at some point, we will not be able to save ourselves.

For More Information on Peace On The Streets http://www.peaceinthestreetfoundation.org/index.html

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Phone: (818) 517-3458

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