Abilene, TX (PRWEB) March 28, 2014
The Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated will be hosting a free one-day convention on April 18, 2014 near Abilene, Texas from 8:00am-4:00pm.
Various speakers from around the globe, including Malik Obama, yes, the brother of President Obama, will address a variety of issues society is facing. The group says each speaker will provide answers that will solve many of the problems being faced in the home, school, workplace and society as a whole.
“We have people coming from other countries who have proven the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program works in some of the most crime-riddled areas you can think of,” said Yisrayl Hawkins, founder of the program.
“We will give you the answers to solve any problem you can think of. Just show up, and be ready to get your solution,” Hawkins said.
The group has posted information about the event on their website that includes directions to the facility, how to register, and what you can expect. Registration starts at 7:30am.
The group has various video testimonies from Judges to school teachers that you can view here.
To find out more information about the convention, visit http://peacefulsolution.org/training/events.html or email info(at)peacefulsolution(dot)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 embark proactively 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 complexes, businesses, non-profit organizations, and in the home.
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