White-on-black crime of police brutality has the nation on edge.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PRWEB) July 14, 2016
The 3rd Annual Black On Black Crime Solutions Panel is an epic community event about to take place this Saturday in South Florida's Pompano Beach. This free event will be held at 11 a.m. on July 16, 2016, at The Worldwide Christian Center Church, located at 450 N. Powerline Rd. Pompano Beach, Florida 33069. With a wish and a prayer, King Kevin Dorival, president of Courage To Believe International, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, at-risk youth mentoring group, was able to pull it off. Some of the most influential individuals in Broward County Criminal Justice System will discuss ways to decrease black on black crime.
Every year, there are 6,000 to 9,000 violent black on black violent cases since 1980. In 2014, there were 6,095 black homicide deaths, and most of them were through the hands of other people of African descent. Even though there have been 123 deaths from the hands of police officers already in 2016. From 1980 to 2013, alone, more than 262,000 black men have been murdered in America. By contrast, roughly 58,000 Americans died in the Vietnam War. The numbers are staggering, and nearly unbelievable. (Huffington Post, 2015).
The Annual Black On Black Crime Solutions Panel started in 2014. The catalyst for this annual event came as a result of Mr. Dorival being upset with the injustices in the black community, and the lack of attention towards solutions to the violent crimes sweeping the nation. Furthermore, the frustration of the highly visual white-on-black crime of police brutality increases black on black crime, which has the nation on edge.
“It's the lack of love, resources, and applied knowledge that keeps people of African descent unemployed, frustrated, and violent. Without the love of self, one cannot give genuine love. It's time for black people to love themselves enough to support the next sister or brother. This goes for people of African-Americans in Fort Lauderdale to Chicago to Africa.”
There will be live entertainment, food, raffle drawings, and a chance to ask some of the most influential people in Broward County questions. They are looking for support or a sponsor for the the event. For more information on how you, or your company can help, visit their website, http://www.thecouragetobelieve.com or you can go to GoFundMe.com/CrimeSolutionPanel link on their Twitter/Instagram profile: @Courage2Believe. The event will be streamed LIVE on Youtube channel on The King Kevin Show for the world to see. With the help of Rev. O’Neal Dozier the panel consists of: 2016 Panelist: Broward Sheriff, Scott Israel. Dale Holness, Broward County Commissioner, District 9. Phyllis Pritcher, Broward Judicial Candidate, Group 2. Judge Matthew Destry, retention election, Group 15. Roshawn Banks, Attorney. Willie Jones, Candidate for Broward Sheriff. Neva Rainfort-Smith, Asst. State Attorney. Dr. Ak Tousa, International Socio Pathologist. Valencia Gunder, Community Activist, Miami. Student Minister, Roland Muhammad, Nation of Islam. Gino M. Herring, Supervisor of Elections Office. Anthony Malcolm, Radio Show Host. Suzette Speaks will be the host. For more information, contact Mr. Dorival at 954-263-8223, or visit: http://www.thecouragetobelieve.com.
The Courage To Believe, inspirational autobiography by King Kevin Dorival
· Published by Sky View Creative Circle
· Pages: 252 pages, Paperback, 6 x 9
· Pub. Date: December 12, 2012
· ISBN: 9-7809-8556-4827
· Courage To Believe: Never Give Up, Documentary (Release Date, August 2016)
For more information about the author, contact Mr. Dorival at http://www.kevindorival.com