Malik Aziz & Antoinette Aziz Partner Website to Stop Philly Violence; Leaders
by Van Stone firstname.lastname@example.org (215) 747-8746
Follow the Leader. That’s what I so often say. But, a lot of leaders are doing all the work. And then, the other leaders come alone and step in to take over. Most of the step and do nothing leaders always be about separation. They are behind your back disrupting everyone while speaking to you about stopping the senseless Philadelphia drug- related and gun-related murder. Well, Malik Aziz, and Antoinette Aziz, Ex Offenders Association of PA are starting a new websites that will truly help leadership combine.
One reason why the Aziz couple are launching the new website is that the time has come to “assist elected officials to clearly see what ‘stop the violence’ community organizations are working to reach Black American children,” says Malik. And Antoinette nods in agreement about this sick sadistic problem as Black and white kids in the struggle of gun-homicide are being incredibly exploited by real leaders. According to Malik, “real solutions means work so clear that everyone can look in with a smile.”
In order to prove or speak about work that is done that everyone will frown about when it comes too not adequately participating in the stop the violence movement, Malik Aziz likes to partnership with leadership. Other leadership having investigative skills and at the same time the “from the street life attitude,” as he calls it, that doesn’t have anything to loose but everything to gain in a spiritual way for community support is what it’s about. I, Van Stone, who just so happen to be a new friend of the Aziz family had the honor to work with Malik’s wife, by the way, a very approachable Antoinette Aziz indeed. I think that we reporters have explored partnership with Aziz to be sure that if and when exploiters of Black kids names comes up at the Aziz website it will be based on clear facts. Malik and Antoinette “United Windows” at www.frontpagenews.us unite us.
For now, the us means groups for connecting the West Philly area and individual efforts for both gun-violence awareness AIDS awareness and ex offenders voting rights awareness. The website will very soon bring out the resurgence of the Masonic Lodge’s Islamic Safety Patrollers and Christian Watch Dogs of Ministry Public Safety. Warren Bloom, an advocate for AIDS education and Black American Spoken Word is just one example of fiery return to the needed “old school discipline” to support the Aziz website.
Malik Aziz spoke closely with the late Honorable Lucien A. Blackwell. A recipient of the Bureau of Community Corrections (Philadelphia) Volunteer of the Year for 2005, Malik started volunteering in 1999, helping to bring awareness to inmates about the concern of readiness for release during their incarceration completion and beyond. He has engaged in many programs and has been instrumental in helping with the increase of programs in state creation as well as in county facilities in Philadelphia.
Antoinette Jackson-Aziz has successfully graduated with honors from the Community College of Philadelphia, with dual degrees in Behavioral Health and Human Services and General Studies. Her Honors include Jane S. Abraham Scholarship of Excellence; National Deans List; American Collegiate Scholar; Student Ambassador. Antoinette has also received her B.A. in Human Services from Chestnut Hill College. She is currently enrolled in the Master’s program in Human Service Administration with an expected 2007-graduation date. The Philadelphia Front Page News, online at www.frontpagenew.us and the entire reporter staff of the SCOOP U.S.A. celebrates Mrs Aziz, Executive Vice-Pres. of Ex-Offenders Association of Pennsylvania. Stop Violence.