Friday, 17 June 2016

Recording Artiste Marky Melody Warn to Protect The Children They are the future


Winston Chambers best known by his Stage Name "Marky Melody" Told Djslick44 in a Small interview @ Futuristik Recording Studio that
Child abuse can have damaging effects not only on the children who suffer it, but on communities that must address the aftermath
in his latest single he warn take care of the youths they are the Doctors of tomorrow


1 in 10 children suffer from child maltreatment. 1 in 16 children suffer from sexual abuse. Nearly 1 in 10 children are witnesses to family violence.

The youngest children are the most vulnerable to maltreatment. Over 25% of abused children are under the age of three while over 45% of abused children are under the age of five

Children from violent homes have higher risks of alcohol/drug abuse, post traumatic stress disorder, and juvenile delinquency. Witnessing domestic violence is the single best predictor of juvenile delinquency and adult criminality. It is also the number one reason children run away.

Protect the Children they are the Future man and woman of Tomorrow

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Executive producer : Winston Anthony Chambers
Studio Engineer : Zarry Hinds
Publicist : Dennis Williams 

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Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Boxing legend, Muhammad Ali, has died at age 74.

Ali was not just a boxer but a civil rights champion who was dubbed the greatest and spent his career doing nothing to live down that moniker.

the former world heavyweight champion who died in Phoenix, Arizona last Friday, visited Jamaica on two occasions, in the 1970s and 1980s.

Ali’s first visit to Jamaica was in 1974. He came as a member of a delegation of the Nation of Islam, headed by Minister James Muhammad, younger brother of Elijah Muhammad, founder of the Chica bygo-based organisation.

The delegation also included Minister Louis Farrakhan.
They took a one-month tour of Jamaica as guests of Prime Minister Michael Manley.

Ali received the Key to the City of Kingston at Jamaica’s National Stadium.
The trip was especially important as it not only followed Ali regaining his world heavyweight title from George Foreman in Zaire, Africa, after Foreman had won it from Joe Frazier in Kingston in 1973,