“As a law enforcement organization, we understand that crime and violence is a result of many factors; low unemployment, lack of economic development, education and absent of positive role models for our youth,” shares BLEA President Damon K. Jones
On August 30, 2014, at Secor Woods Park, Secor Rd, Hartsdale, New York, Blacks In Law Enforcement of America (BLEA) and Epic Team 6 Nation (ET6) will be hosting their annual family day BBQ from 1-6pm. This year is very special because they will be honoring the mothers and families that have lost a loved one to crime and violence.
This year our motto is will be “With Love and Kindness we will draw our youth to a better way of life”. In order for our children to meet the challenges of tomorrow, families must provide children with motivation, morals, encouragement and leadership─ today. The offender of tomorrow is often the at-risk child of today whose needs are not being addressed.
Check out ET6’s Certified Epic Sundays radio show (4-6PM), and BlackWestchester.com presents: People Before Politics radio (6-8PM) Back-To-Back every Sunday on www.InTheMixxRadio.com