The United Nations Needs A GED Iniative

By Profesor Martin Danenberg “El Quijote del GED” - In a taped interview in the Seth Low Housing Projects, I had the opportunity to reveal the importance of the GED in English, Spanish, or French to families around the world. Looking up at a building in the Seth Low, I pointed out that many residents have no diploma and need a GED.

Turning attention to France with its troubled youth and minorities where great damage was done to property in protests around that country and in other countries, I pointed out that education there, too, is the key (education and jobs).

The GED can help tens of millions of people around the globe, just as it has helped 15 million people in the United States. I want to thank Ahmad "Armando" Quazi, Jr. for that interview and for taking me into a world that will affect youth around the world through Hip Hop and affect families through the education of the entire family.  Quazi is partnering with the Hip Hop Summit Youth Council in the United Nations Millenium Campaign and he does a joint venture between the United Nations Millenium Campaign and End Poverty 2015.

Haiti is the poorest nation in the Caribbean and among the poorest nations in the world. My article Yele Haiti and Wyclef Jean should be read by anyone who wants a better understanding about the GED and its importance to the people of that country and similar countries.  Spanish speaking people may read my series of Ojala Que Llueva Café Y Educación en El Campo articles (there are many of them).

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