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NHCLC participates in Department of Justice Summit on Gang Reduction

NHCLC participates in Department of Justice Summit on Gang Reduction

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  June, 2005 – Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, representing the NHCLC, participated upon a formal invitation from The White House, in this unprecedented summit. Attendees discussed the Executive and Legislative initiatives developing to reduce the gang activity in our nation. Rev. Rodriguez presented to the delegates representing law enforcement, faith based organizations, national and regional leadership the programs launched by the Hispanic Church via the NHCLC. National Hispanic Christian Leadership Institute Equipping the Latino Leaders in the major 24 cities of America. NHCLC announces that in January of 2005, The NHCLC will equip, train and certify Hispanic Christian Leaders that will lead as oracles of positive transformation at the political, economic, spiritual and civic platforms of our nation. "We will see Latino Leadership arise with the spiritual fortitude, the business acumen and intellectual wherewithal to lead in the political, moral, business, academic and cultural fronts." stated Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, President of The NHCLC. The top Hispanic business, political and religious figures will teach in these 24 Institutes. Fuerza Hispanic 2008 To register, via the churches, 8 Million new Latino voters Generation Fuerza A National Youth Initiative targeting Latino Young People for the purpose of reducing the Latino High School Drop out rate and the reduction of Juvenile Delinquency particularly Gang Activity participation. This Program incorporates the National Hispanic Leadership Institute in leadership transference exercises that will address precocious transitions such as teen pregnancy, high school dropout, etc.. No Child Left Behind Collaborative Relationship with the Department of Education and The White House in creating after school programs via the churches and the local CDC's for the purpose of achieving the goals of the "No Child Left Behind" initiative. NHCLC establishes Faith Based Programs throughout the 50 states via the Latino Churches.