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POPP’s New County Jail Peace Project in Atlanta

This Summer POPP will launch new Peace Initiatives with Cobb County Juvenile Courts and Cobb County Jail. The program is built to interrupt and redirect young people who are getting involved in gang life and to decrease violence in the County Jail stemming from gang activity.

The March Continues in Selma, Alabama

Power of Peace Projects, (POPP’s) Community Peace Initiative is moving in this beautiful, historic civil rights city in the South. Unfortunately, youth crime and violence are on the rise, and street gangs are claiming the kids.

This is How We “Protect the Dream”!

Every day the players read quotes from iconic world changing athletes, and every week they meet with their POPP Squads and Power Partners to hold one another accountable, and work to complete the daily Action Challenges together.

Power of Peace Supports Both the Victim and the Bully

The Power of Peace Initiative Inc is a Non-Profit organization committed to redirecting at-risk youth and reducing crime and violence, self-harm, incarceration, overdose, and dropout rates, by inspiring young people to discover and develop their untapped power and potential.

Leading with Empathy

This story from “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” is one that has always stuck with me and reminds me of the importance of understanding someone else’s perspective and experience: Then suddenly, a man and his children entered the subway car. The children were...

POST WRITTEN BY Monica Thakrar

For the last few years, mindfulness has been getting a lot of attention and press. According to Jon Kabat-Zinn, a leading thinker in the field, mindfulness is about "Paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally." It is...


Anyone who's held the same job or position for a number of years may encounter the sinking feeling of burnout. You no longer feel the passion for the job you're in, and you crave something new and exciting. Moving on and pursuing a new position, even a new career...

Real Stories from the Front Lines

The day that Frank arrived, he went to chow at the usual time. When he returned, he realized that somebody had stolen all his store goods out of his box– this is a very big deal, especially when you are new to a prison.

Our Real Identity

In this African tribe, when someone does something harmful, they take the person to the center of the village where the whole tribe comes and surrounds them.

Walking with the Wounded

The nation has been in an uproar over the killing of a young black man named Michael Brown by a white officer named Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, just outside of East St. Louis. The country rioted over the Rodney King beating in Los Angeles almost twenty five years ago, and then our nation was divided once again …

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