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Reverend Bill Minson reaches out to leaders to help spread the message

Rev. Bill has been visiting key figures around the United States, drumming up support to help make a difference. Mayor Guliani and Police Chief Bratton of Los Angeles met with Rev. Bill, demonstrating their willingness to reach out to the victims' families. BECOME A HERO, NOT A THUG is a program that helps to steer children in the right direction, providing them with love, support and encouragement - a key goal being to discourage them from commiting violent crimes in the future.

  Rev. Bill Minson leading a prayer at the World Trade Center Pit - TUDAY.NET - The Rev. Bill Minson
Rev. Bill Minson leading a prayer
at the World Trade Center Pit

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In a One-Room School, a Tough Teacher Makes Miracles
By: Thomas Fields-Meyer; Ron Arias in Canoga Park - PEOPLE Magazine
May 16, 2005 - After losing one student to gang violence, Paul White vowed to save other kids. By showing teens from L.A.'s meanest streets they have a future, he's succeeding.
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Mayor of Oklahoma City with Rev. Bill Minson - TUDAY.NET - The Rev. Bill Minson
"To the Rev. Bill Minson, with gratitude for your ministry to the hurting."
- Kirk Humphreys, Mayor of Oklahoma City

Rev. Bill Minson was honored to be asked by Mayor Kirk Humphreys to address the City Council. Also pictured, Ken Thompson, who lost his mother in the Murrah Federal Building bombing on April 19, 1995.
 

Ground Zero Chaplain Challenges Teens To Value Life
May 12, 2005 - Become A Hero! Not A Thug - At the 20th National Conference on Preventing Crime in the Black Community
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"To the Rev. Bill Minson, with gratitude for your ministry to the hurting."
- Kirk Humphreys, Mayor of Oklahoma City

Mom To The Neighborhood
By Ericka Sóuter; Ron Arias - PEOPLE Magazine
April 11, 2005 - On the dangerous streets of South Central Los Angeles, Charmaney Bayton creates a home--and hope--for kids fleeing trouble
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Memorial Walk by 9/11 Kin
By Maggie Haberman, Staff Writer, New York Daily News
Jun 02, 2002 - "The 9/11 families will be combining to send their regards, their prayers and their solidarity to the men and women of the U.S. military who are in the front lines now in the war on terrorism," Rev.Bill Minson said.
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Pols pushed to ban vendors from Pit
New York Daily News
Dec 13, 2002 -Relatives of 9/11 victims said yesterday that vendors who peddle terror attack-themed merchandise near Ground Zero are selling "murderabilia" and called for legislation to keep vendors from the site.
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Life inside 'the bubble': Work slowly winds down
By LYNNE DUKE, The Washington Post
May 20, 2002 - The workers knew it would come to this. The tent that sprawls like a white mushroom across the street from ground zero was never supposed to be permanent. Now, the place that some have taken to calling the bubble, or even the Taj Mahal -- the place where recovery workers can get coffee, a little comfort and even a hot shower after a day grappling in Hell -- is slowly winding down.
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