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Manager: Shane Isaac
Bio: Shane Isaac came into this world in Bronx, New York. His mom was told that she would no longer be able to have kids. This became the canvas in which God was about to create a masterpiece as only he can. Destined for the plan God had over a life that was not suppose to exist, God began moving in h... See Full BioMore Info
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"Praise Your Way Through"
We are the future youth conference
The Dream That Has Turned Into a Nightmare - and a Movement that is Bringing Hope From the steps of the Lincoln Memorial where Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. made his now famous speech “I Have Dream”, in which he envisioned "that one day our children would not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character", Dr King shared a dream that became the heartbeat of a nation reaching for change. For that one moment in history, a nation divided by class, race, political groups/parties and religious denominations came together in one place at one time to make this dream a reality. The March on Washington has gone down in history as one of America’s greatest events as we look back in time. Dr King had a dream, but that dream has fast become a frightening nightmare as our children are dying in the streets of America. A 14-year-old boy came to school in Southwest Atlanta recently, clothes stained with blood; when investigated by police, they charged this 14-year-old boy with killing his grandmother, allegedly stabbing her repeatedly. What could make a child do that to his grandmother? In the news we see killings in the Metro Atlanta Area on a massive level, unlike we have ever seen before - violence destroying life as we know it every day all around us. The time is now to stand up and do something about it. For the third year in a row, the SCLC Stop the Violence & Incarceration Campaign will be hosting festivals ("Love Fests") around Metro Atlanta, starting with a kickoff event on May 17th at the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts in Stone Mountain, empowering youth to reach out to fellow youth through music and drama with a message of hope and positive challenge. Local churches, charities, ministries, non-profit organizations, small and large businesses, crafters, artists and food vendors will also have an opportunity to raise funds and create awareness, while providing positive examples and inspiration to our youth. This year's theme is "Celebrate Life!" highlighting the amazing, equal dignity and value of every human life no matter the circumstances.