In the bustling world of American media, voices advocating for the education and empowerment of the nation’s youth sometimes shine less brightly than others. However, on a recent segment of American Statesman Blog Talk Radio, Judy Lane Frazier, President of We The Kids Inc., and Kevin Fobbs, an accomplished Journalist and Author Publicist, took center stage, captivating audiences with their passion for instilling patriotism and historical awareness among children.
Aired on Monday, December 4, 2023, from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM ET. In a recent episode of American Statesman Blog Talk Radio, Judy and Kevin captivated audiences with their mission to educate and empower America’s youth.
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WE THE KIDS A non-profit organization that reaches, educates, and inspires America’s youth with patriotic and positive messages that encourage kids to learn American History and to become engaged in its government.
Judy Lane Frazier, President – We the Kids Inc: A devoted mother and grandmother who passionately believes in showcasing America’s greatness to today’s children. Starting from her dining room table and self-funding the initiative, Judy’s vision led to the establishment of a non-profit aimed at guiding children towards a positive, patriotic path while immersing them in the richness of American history.
Judy’s dedication has earned her recognition from prestigious organizations like The National Society of The Daughters of the American Revolution and the City of South Bend Parks and Recreation Department. Her recent feature in Giving Tomorrow magazine further showcases her commitment to shaping America’s future through its youth.
Kevin Fobbs – Journalist/Author Publicist: Professional journalist and writer since 1975. He obtained a political science and journalism degree from Eastern Michigan University and attended Wayne State University Law School. He recently received a national award from Writer’s Digest Magazine for his poem “Not A Simple Tree”. Kevin has written for the New York Times, and is the former Community Concerns columnist for 12 years with the Detroit News covering community, family relations, domestic abuse, education, government relations, and dispute resolution. Kevin ran and operated the National Urban Policy Action Council (NUPAC) which produced colorblind solutions to universal issues.
Together, Judy Lane Frazier and Kevin Fobbs emphasized We The Kids’ mission: “To return God to America’s story.” The organization aims to revive the essence of the Constitution and American history for children, emphasizing the First Amendment and respecting diverse perspectives while focusing on its educational mission.
This radio segment concluded, leaving listeners inspired to support/donate We The Kids’ cause and contribute to shaping a brighter future for America’s young citizens. For those interested in learning more or supporting We The Kids’ mission, visit their website at https://www.wethekids.us/ to join the movement in educating and inspiring the next generation of patriotic and informed citizens.
Short Description of We The Kids Inc.:
Goal: To Return God To America’s Story”
President: Judith Lane Frazier
Vice President: Robert Walters, CA
Bob Walters, (Award-Winning) “Education Broadcast”, on Friday evenings with Andrea Kaye on The Answer San Diego Radio show.
“Bringing The Constitution and American history back to life for our children through our children”
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