Sex and human trafficking has been a staggering epidemic that has been unnoticed and hidden from mainstream media in the Black community. Recently, I had the honor and privilege of interviewing Brother ZaRio, who is a strong African American man that is interested in seeking and implementing change to the ever growing problem within the African American community. He is a citizen of The Nation of Islam and born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia.
In the interview he’ll share with us how his passion for social science and humanitarian work have been a part of him from an early age. You’ll also get an in depth on how he and his team have established programs to train and empower our youth to take responsibility for their communities, to show pride by cleaning them up and by doing their part to ensure that they are safe places to live.