we’re seeing more people make positive choices, knowing they can have successful futures
(PRWEB) June 29, 2013
On June, 21, 2013 The Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated attended a community outreach program for the public in Laredo, Texas.
The event was hosted by Judge Rosie Cuellar and addressed topics such as bullying, the dangers of texting and driving, anger management, and character education, among others.
The Peaceful Solution Character Education Program was invited to speak on the importance of character education and taking their life in control.
“The negative influences in society today are overwhelming," says Yisrayl Hawkins, author and founder of the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program. “We have to arm people of all ages with positive goals and the necessary tools to counteract the negative. We’re finding that when they understand the vast contrast of how their lives can improve, depending on what decisions they make early on, well… we’re seeing more people make positive choices, knowing they can have successful futures,” Hawkins said.
Judge Cuellar has suggested that this event be held monthly, because of its importance to the community with various speakers to cover topics aimed at educating the Laredo citizens on how to make better, positive choices.
For more information on the community outreach program, you may call (956) 794-1677.
For more information on the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program, visit the website http://www.peacefulsolution.org.
Pioneered by President Yisrayl Hawkins, in 1994 The Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated began with a group of concerned parents and teachers whose keen observations led them to realize that positive character development was rapidly deteriorating in our society. Their concern prompted them to proactively embark on a mission to stop the decline and bring back positive character behaviors to society.
In 2004 the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program, authored by President Yisrayl Hawkins, was successfully introduced in the United States and nine other countries.
Since that time the program has been successfully implemented in schools, prison systems, after-school programs, daycare centers, apartment complex, businesses, non-profit organizations and in the home.
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