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ROCKTEEN YOUTH MENTORING PROGRAM EXPLANATION VIDEO. JOIN THE MOVEMENT AND START LIVING A #RockTeenLifeStyle

[Tweet "ROCKTEEN YOUTH MENTORING PROGRAM EXPLANATION VIDEO. JOIN THE MOVEMENT AND START LIVING A #RockTeenLifeStyle"] ROCKTEEN  is a youth mentoring program whose mission is to motivate youth to start living a #RockTeenLifestyle – one that promotes Academic Achievement, Character Development & Positive life choices….. Then challenges them to be a Positive Influence and Add Value into others.  If You Would Like to Support or Request more Info About The “RockTeen” Youth Mentoring Program please email us at: RockT06@gmail.com   

Charles Barkley says MOVE #FinalFour out of Indiana because of the “RELIGIOUS FREEDOM ACT” #RSMS

[Tweet "Charles Barkley says MOVE #FinalFour out of Indiana because of the "RELIGIOUS FREEDOM ACT" #RSMS "] Ain’t nobody going back to Indiana if they keep this up. Several African Americans have come out against the state of Indiana’s “Religious Freedom Act,” a recently enacted law that gives businesses the right to discriminate against gay and lesbian citizens of the United States. Tony winner Audra McDonald has been one of the most prominent to decry the new law, but two former professional athletes – Charles Barkley and Reggie Miller – have also spoken out against the discriminatory policy. Indiana, of course, is a state steeped in sports, with high-flying professional sports teams (Colts, Pacers), the Indiannapolis 500, and serious college basketball. Barkley issued a statement on Friday saying that the state should be boycotted if they keep this up, according to USA Today: “Discrimination in any form is unacceptable to me,” said Barkley. “As long as anti-gay legislation exists in any state, I strongly believe big events such as the Final Four and Super Bowl should not be held in those states’ cities.” Miller, who played for many years with the Indiana Pacers, also took to Twitter to talk about it, saying how “very disappointed he was in his adopted home state.” We are, of course, in the thick of “March Madness,” with the Final Four being held in Indianapolis next week. NCAA president Mark Emmert also issued a statement on Friday: “The NCAA national office and our members are deeply committed to providing an inclusive environment for all our events. We are especially concerned about how this legislation could affect our student-athletes and employees. “We will work diligently to assure student-athletes competing in, and visitors attending, next week’s Men’s [...]