By now it is of no great surprise to know that when our country enters into an economic recession, the first programs to lose funding are the ones that need it the most. Especially the creative artistic programs in the inner cities that keep hope alive for hundreds of thousands of children who without that hopefulness often fall victim to the lure of the streets simply by default of their zip code.

While many adults in their respective neighborhoods preach about taking the initiative to care for their communities, very few actually answer the call to become parents to youth who have found themselves in an unbalanced world looking for a better way to live – or who are searching for an outlet to express their pain and anger, and transform their emotions into something positive. Read full story >>

Source: Latino Rebels
Author: Author Ivan Sanchez
Posted Date: OCT 24, 2012
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