Empress Aisha works with the Ministry of Youth Justice Services in Toronto, Canada
The Ministry Of Youth Justice Services has been working on a reintegration protocol to pinpoint the divide between youth in conflict with the law and those in an authoritative position such as a Councillor. There are always two sides to a story and also when dealing with touch situations such as the justice system.
Youth and Councillors both feel intimidated towards each other and might have a lot of personal self talk about the encounter itself.
I feel personally both sides of the fence should be advocated for because they are both human beings and deserve to face the truth with less judgmental suspense. No one ever knows what to expect when dealing with a situation ahead of them but I tried to capture this subconscious mindset a councilor and youth could potentially be experiencing.
Here is the long awaited video created by the Ministry...
For those that want to hear some poetry on a one drop reggae beat my single "Jamaican Joy" is released on iTunes produced by Chester Walker in Jamaica. Here is the link on youtube for free
Also my single "Fire" is now #4 on the Richard Banton Radio Dubplate "Blazing Bubblers" charts in Toronto..climbing up there....ENJOY
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