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Greetings {FIRST_NAME},   February 29, 2020

Individuals and organizations  can apply between March 1st and March 31st for a $500 mini-grant from Urban Life Training for the development of a local chapter of Urban Life Training.  Here are the basic criteria:

You will teach 100 youth at local middle or high school in April and May, 2020.

You will provide these youth at least 3 sessions, with each session being one class period, of Relationship Intelligence Education.  Training materials will be provided.

$200 will be granted after completion of these sessions.

Interested students will participate in an Urban Life Training Leadership Club.

$200 will be granted after the first club meeting

You must report quarterly to Urban Life Training, per the Chapter Agreement.

$100 of the grant is retained by the Urban Life Training main office for the first year's chapter fee. 

You Agree to keep the Urban Life Training chapter open.


Apply between March 1st, 2020 and March 31st 2020.  First, submit a notice of intent to apply by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Urban Life Training.
Next, download, fill out and submit your application:


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Dr Richard Moskiwitz states  in an article written for Children's Health Defense:

"As a GP with more than 50 years experience in treating children and their families, I feel it my duty to speak out against the new vaccine mandates, for three main reasons. The first is that there is no emergency to justify vaccinating children against their parents’ wishes, let alone keeping them out of school if they refuse. The second is that the research cited to prove that vaccines are safe and effective falls far short of the rigorous standards that valid medical science must follow. The third is that the Nuremberg Code and the Helsinki Declaration, both of which we helped write and still profess to abide by, explicitly forbid any medical procedure, treatment, or experiment undertaken without the fully-informed consent of the recipient."  .....

As a GP caring for families, I’ve always felt uneasy about giving vaccines routinely, because the diseases they’re designed to prevent are acute illnesses, with high fever and a massive, concerted outpouring of immune mechanisms that succeed in expelling the invading organism from the body, whereas vaccination, by contrast, is by definition a chronic process, involving long-term antibody production as an isolated phenomenon that requires the vaccine organism to remain inside the cells of the host for years, with no obvious path or mechanism for getting rid of it.

In light of the industry’s successful campaign for concealing the harm done by vaccines, the simplest way to approximate the extent of it is to look at it in reverse, at the major health benefits to be acquired by not vaccinating, and simply allowing our children to acquire the ordinary diseases that most of them would naturally be exposed to. Many studies have shown that children who come down with and recover from acute diseases with fever, like measles, mumps, rubella, chickenpox, and influenza, are significantly less likely to develop chronic autoimmune diseases and cancer later in life than those merely vaccinated against them.

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