Providing needed support services to victims of both gun violence and racial profiling, the Institute has now migrated into numerous cities within the New England area, spreading its message of peaceful resolution to students, law enforcement personnel, prison inmates and community members alike. Based on the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the concepts espoused by the Institute have raised true awareness in the never-ending struggle to bring peace, strength and solidarity to our communities.
NABLEO, through partnerships with organizations like the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, follows a very similar path from a law enforcement perspective. Working within and for our communities, our members provide both guidance and control methods in stemming the tide of gun violence and racial profiling. Through programs like What To Do When Stopped By The Police, to the yearly Youth Symposiums presented in New Jersey, we provide community-based education to those who are afflicted the most, and in return gain their trust as their guardians.
We commend Teny Gross for his efforts. It is by and through people like him that our communities will survive and prosper.
Charles P. Wilson
National Chairman, NABLEO
P.O. Box 1182 Newark, 07102