Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Report helps black parents protect kids

DALLAS, Texas - - July 22, 2013 - - "Save Our Black/African American Children" is a new 80- page instructional, educational, and informational report compiled by Dr. Kenneth Love for African American parents in response to the homicide tragedy of Trayvon Martin and the acquittal of George Zimmerman, his murderer. The report's objectives are to provide information on how to best protect African American children from potential assassins, child abductors, and kidnappers whose base is racist and intent is homicidal. The report also contains a number of safety and security informational websites, contact numbers, and numerous articles by guest authors. It also includes bonus safety and self-protection articles specifically for African American females as well as a link to a brief video on child abduction and kidnapping.

Dr. Love's background for compiling the report includes his having served in the following capacities; police officer, 2-time state prison correctional officer, former U. S. Army sergeant, former State Juvenile Correctional sergeant, and former Boys & Girls Clubs of America Regional Director. Additionally, he has previously published several safety and security reports for both children and females.

"In addition to my work in law enforcement, as a father myself," he says, "I readily understand what parents and, particularly, African American parents are currently experiencing, in terms of safety, security, the well-being of their children, and where to turn next, so to speak, as a result of the tragic situation of Trayvon Martin. This situation could not have hit closer to home for parents of teenage boys. And, I am confident that this report will provide an enormous amount of advice, tips, and suggestions that most parents whom have not been involved in law enforcement or the penal system will appreciate."

To obtain more information on "Saving Our Black/African American Children," please click on the tab labeled SOB/AAC at

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