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Why Some Black Males Are Abandoning Society for Prison will be the topic on "It's A New Day" WJZD 94.5 FM

Posted May 14 2009 4:58pm

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ContactJohn Ray Rice, A.C.S.W.
jrayrice@itsallaboutabandonment.com

J. Ray Rice will discuss his article " Why Some Black Males Are Abandoning Society for Prison " on "IT'S A NEW DAY" with Radio Host RIP DANIELS, on WJZD 94.5 FM in Gulfport, MS - Tuesday, April 28, 2009 - 9AM to 11AM C.S.T.

Ft. Lauderdale, FL - April 25, 2009 - J. Ray Rice, is a speaker, trainer, and author of 2 books selling on Amazon.com Thank You for Loving Me! The Psychology of Abandonment, Healing, and Loving and its' personal growth journal, What I Must Give Myself...First! Rice will be the guest on "It's A New Day" with host Rip Daniels on WJZD 94.5 FM out of Gulfport, MS, April 28, 2009 9AM to 11AM C.S.T. The show will be broadcast in Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, and over the Internet at http://www.itisanewday.com . Listeners in the U.S., can join the conversation by calling toll free 1-866-945-9455. Rice chose to write this topic because 1 out of 9 black males between the ages of 20 - 34 is in prison. Rice will discuss how culture, behavior, social policies, and drugs laws have all contributed to black males abandoning themselves and society. This topics is one of over 40 articles and surveys on this blog with readers from 140 different nations.

Rice wants you to understand the next time you see or hear of destructive behaviors or actions, be they, physical, emotional, social, or philosophical that "it is all about abandonment." Often after school shootings, mass murders, murder-suicide, and wars we are left questing what would cause someone to commit these actions or place himself or herself in jeopardy of going to prison. Rice's theory is that they all share a common denominator...unresolved abandonment issues! For him, all forms of communications and interactions produce abandonment feelings and events. For some their earlier abandonment issues have severely damaged their self-esteem, feelings of self-worth, and reasoning abilities. Over a person's lifetime, left unresolved, these experiences could result in the kind of behaviors and actions we see in the news. Rice writes, "history is repeating itself because we are not learning and resolving the issues that created the problem in the first place." When a society abandons its citizens, their citizens abandons society. Neither is safe.

Rice, a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers of the National Association of Social Workers since 1979, has been studying the effects of unresolved abandonment issues for over 30 years and has traveled in 19-countries studying their culture and delivery of social services. His books are written to teach us how to heal abandonment issues, and his blog shows us how abandonment experiences and actions (real or perceived) can produce unresolved abandonment issues within any individual or society, impairing their function and justifying in some, the killing of strangers and love-ones alike.

J. Ray Rice is a unique trainer and speaker, nationally and internationally.

For more information contact: J. Ray Rice

Read parts 1 and 2 of " Why Some Black Men Are Abandoning Society for Prison. "

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