Project WITT Report: IS IT BLACK LIVES MATTER OR BLACK LIVES SHATTERED?

pictured above: Miguel, Dasani, Myquan, Devanta, Savion, R’mani These young Kings have made a covenant! “The love that unites us is greater than the hate that divides us”

A CHANGE IS COMING!

So, what is the hate that divides us? It is anger, ignorance, jealousy and pride! It leads to danger, death & destruction in our homes, schools and society. So, what is the love that unites us? An inner intrinsic motivation & emotion revealed to these young Kings (Queens too) when they joined our unique school program, Project W.I.T.T. (Wisdom In Troubled Times). The wisdoms revealed in the program has not only motivated them to improve their grades and change their attitudes, but they began to understand a life-changing principle, taught to them, that has the power to impact their future for the rest of their lives!

We call it, “Speak life twice” (to yourself – and to others). An old proverb says: “Death & life is in the power of the tongue and they that love it shall eat the fruit of it.” They no longer want to eat the “fruit of death,” they want to live! They began to witness for themselves something Rev. Coplin & staff repeated often: “You can change your life, by changing the words coming out of your mouth. You can change someone else’s life, by the words coming out of your mouth!”

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Here is the love that unites them that we are thrilled and excited about! They have made a covenant agreement not to argue, fight or be disruptive between each other in school or out of school! “If we have a beef (problem) we solve it behind closed doors as Kings, its time to be a positive example! We fight to lead and succeed; we don’t fight to bleed. We been bleedin’ too long!”

Asst. Principal Danielle Womack’s Report on W.I.T.T. is as follows: 

“The project W.I.T.T. program serves as a strong example of how strengthening our relationships with our community-based programs is needed now more than ever! Rev. Coplin, your programs have had an enormous impact on the students at MST High School. Because of this dynamic partnership we were able to decrease both long-term and short-term suspensions and to increase our graduation rate! The graduation rate at MST High School during 2017-2018 school year was 53.6%, in the 2019-2020 school year the graduation rate jumped to 64%! I thank you and your staff of Project W.I.T.T. for your dedication to our students!” 

With your help and financial support, “The faith that unites us will be greater than the fear that divides us.”         

For more information on  Project WITT contact Rev. Gene Coplin             www.projectleeinc.org – 716-906-0375