Welcome To Breaking Barriers Network
Breaking Barriers Network is a direct services provider that launches
micro economic initiatives in at risk communities.
Identifying local resources and engaging the members of the community
to move towards self-Reliance is the key to creating employment and
generating economic opportunities locally.
As a community united, we must recognize that we possess the economic
power to impact our communities, create jobs and begin to Force Change!
Together, We Are The Solution!
COMMUNITIES UNITED TO FORCE CHANGE
Drug Sense Drug War Clock
The U.S. Is Now The World’s Largest Jailer
Find Out Why Corporate Greed is The Leading Motivator Behind “The War On Drugs”
PRISON INDUSTRY COMPLEX
Private prison stock is traded on Wall Street.
Investors are making millions based on how many bodies their private
prison can “warehouse”.
American Corporations remove jobs from the private sector for slave
labor prison wages to provide their products and services .
Approximately 42,000 mfg plants have closed in the last decade in part
due to private prison contracts for cheaper labor.
They remove thousands of jobs from the private sector and mount their
operations inside the prison walls where they can avoid paying;payroll
taxes, social security and benefits.
Over 2 million people incarcerated annually. Over 1 trillion tax dollars
wasted. All for a forty year failed drug policy.
WAR ON DRUGS
Examining The Problem, The Cause and "Our Solution"
Frequently Asked Questions
Is A Network Of Socially Conscious Individuals, Businesses and Organizations Commited To Breaking Down Financial, Social And Educational Barriers That Have Prevented Individuals From Living A Successful Life.
Your Participation Can Mean The Difference Between Creating Opportunities That Currently Do Not Exist For Individuals Currently Living In At Risk Situations. Yes, You Can Make The Difference.
Yes! Our Objective Is To Ensure The Doors Of Economic Opportunity Are Open to All Communities That Demonstrate A Desire And Willing To Unify And Force Economic Change Within Their Community. For More Information Please Contact The First 100 Jobs Department Under The Contact Us Page.