Linden NJ football incident involving player getting hit with helmet.

 

Linden-Fritz3My group National United Youth Council Inc backed the family of young man of the Linden football team because we believe his story and oppose the lynching campaign.

Our facts:
I viewed that video of the helmet incident over 20 times and found a logical explanation.

When those two lines men on opposite side decided one going to have the advantage that’s what happen.

Immaculata football player appeared on film lunging his helmet when you freeze frame Linden linesmen hand is on side of helmet while being pushed back.

As you see the video the helmet comes off and his arm swings as he tossing helmet in frustration and clips his opponent head.

The player through his hand up looking for a penalty flag against linden player.

The four officials converse and decided to hit him with a unsportsmanlike like call and a15
yard penalty .

He was not ejected from the game because Refs didn’t feel it was not that serious because the hit player didn’t act as if he was seriously injured. According their statements.

The overblown aftermath:
Immaculata Coach and others launched a effort to get this boy suspended from school, kicked off the team, and thrown in Jail.
So far they been successful.

They used political pressure through YouTube, and social media and the Press to make this thing beyond the sport itself. They been successful so far.

The National United Youth Council Inc response is to not make this incident into a Lynch mob effort to destroy this kid life.

We NUYC do not condone any form of violence on or off the field of play. However we support fairness, reconciliation, and the opportunity to forgive. That have not happen yet…

We will take even a more higher road on this issue in school sports and demand fair and equal treatment across the board. Not when it benefits a select elite group.

I pray for both of these young men that they can get a more humbling and learning experience that benefits them both.

Salaam Ismiall Director National United Youth Council Inc.
NJ News conference of football incident

Walk with Solutions – Stopping The Violence

Walk With Solutions
Walk with Solutions – Stopping The Violence

12 noon Gather East Orange corner of Central Ave. and Grove Street (near gas station) to Newark to Irvington Grove Street to Lyons Avenue (brief prayer stop) to Elizabeth Avenue to Hillside North Broad Street to Elizabeth Broad Street (court house steps brief stop) to Roselle St Georges Avenue to Linden St Georges Avenue to Rally at 4th Ward Park.

Celebrating 30 Years of Service


Salaam Ismial Founder National United Youth Council Inc.

Celebrates 30 Years of Service

Thursday, October 18

Location:
Polish Club Banquet Center
625 Pulaski Street Elizabeth New Jersey 07202

Dinner- Dance- Trio Band – DJ Cool Will

UYC Awards 30 Medals of Honors

Al SharptonMuhammad AliIlyasah ShabazzRussell Simmons Raymond Lesniak


Honorees Include :
Rev. Al Sharpton (National Action Network), Muhammad Ali (Muhammad Ali Educational Center),
Ilyasah & Malaak Shabazz(Malcolm X/Dr. Betty Shabazz Center), Russell Simmons (Peace Keepers Organization), Raymond Lesniak (NJ State Senate)

(A portion of the proceeds to benefit ‘Someone’s Daughter Inc.’)

Tickets $35.00 Reserve Seats $60.00

For More Information Call: (215) 316-7952

Community Activist Urges New Brunswick Mayor to Stand with City Residents

Opinion

Letter to the Editor: New Brunswick Patch

Mayor Jim Cahill
New Brunswick

Re: Seeking Peace in Honor of Dr. King

The United Youth Council Inc. encourages your attention to the growing
discontent in the community with police, youth and your leadership.

Street violence in the city is at a upsurge and the highest its been in many years
while the poor, black and youth are becoming more ostracized and meaningless under your administrative watch.

On Saturday January 14, 2012 we will hold with local organizers a statewide march for peace in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

In 1968 we lost two great leaders, Dr Martin Luther King Jr., and Senator Robert F. Kennedy, both violently gunned down by assassin’s bullets.

They both spoke out against the war, poverty and racial injustice.

And both became great leaders our youth can follow and mimic their method to seek justice.

You heard the many great speeches of King:

“An injustice any where is a threat to justice everywhere,” he said

And Robert Kennedy said:

“Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring, these ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance.”

These great men of honor is in all of us who stand by what’s right even when we are wrong.

I ask that you be that of right for the people you serve.

-Salaam Ismial
Executive director of the Elizabeth-based National United Youth Council, an organization that has been outspoken against violence in New Brunswick