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By Harold E. Bailey

Founder & President of Probation Challenge & Probation Challenge Organization

The PCC Broadcast Network, an arm of Probation Challenge, will release a major project on crime – a five-part series – on www.ProbationChallenge.org.

Titled, ‘Truth and Solutions’, this taped presentation will feature people who have genuinely labored successfully through the years with at-risk youth, politicians, and laymen – from the city ghettos to the city limits.

Actually, they should be looked upon as heroes for their major contributions to society in terms of the city’s safety. In their various careers you can say they have been the glue as in sanity – that has kept the city of Chicago, County of Cook, and the State of Illinois from disasters that could have very well happened.

Political Powers Stepped In

· But somewhere along the way, the political-powers-that-be, stepped in and without a viable reason dismantled (crushed) the workable programs that were working solutions for holding the African American Community together. In retrospect, many in the community can now see the master-plan clearly. It is as clear as the existence of *Courts *Jails *Prisons and mental incarcerations.

We urge you to view this 5-part series of ‘Truth and Solutions’, taped before a live audience at Probation Challenge Studios, and will soon be released on the Worldwide Web at: WWW.ProbationChallenge.org 24/7 On Demand.

· Televised participants appearing in ‘Truth and Solutions’ are: Howard Saffold, Queen Mother Helen Sinclair, Chinta Strausberg, Juanita Bratcher, Maureen ‘Moe’ Forte’, Floyd Davis, Geri Patterson, Apostle William McCoy and Rev. John Wesley Moore.

They dialogue through personal stories concerning true history in the City of Chicago, County of Cook and the State of Illinois. We are sure similar things are happening elsewhere.

Stay tuned for this historical 5-part ‘Truth and Solutions’ series. This is a ‘keeping it real’ presentation that will cause many to think about why we allowed rampant crimes to ever happen!

About Rev. Harold E. Bailey

Rev. Harold E. Bailey is the Founder and President of the Probation Challenge Organization

Bailey Served 14-years as a Cook County Adult Probation Officer, 14-years as a member and chairman of the Cook County Board of Corrections, and 33-years as President of the Probation Challenge Organization.

Bailey can be reached at: Probation Challenge, Post Office Box:493607, Chicago, IL. 60649, or telephone: 773.978.3706

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