The Anti-Gun Violence Mixtape

February 22, 2017
The Anti-Gun Violence Mixtape
The Admit Program
Producer: Miami Dad Partners For Peace
Number of discs: 1

The Messages:

01. A Mother’s Pain – Ms. Regina Talabert’s Story
02. I Want to Live! – 5000 Role Models Academy @ Turner Tech Arts Academy
03. Like It’s a Riot – African Heritage Cultural Arts Center
04. Mama I’m Sorry – Jordan of Norland Vikings Freedom Writers (NVFW)
05. Let’s Stop the Violence – Career Prep Academy
06. Blood Shed, Tears Shed – Guitars Over Guns
07. Books Up, Guns Down! – Richmond Perrine Optimist Academy Group 1
08. R.I.P. Lil’ DJ – Ni’Ja of NVFW
09. We Can Change Right Now – Richmond Perrine Optimist Academy Group 2
10. MDP4P – DJ Khaled Hype
11. A Mother’s Pain Reprise – RTM Soldiers For Christ, Kira, SFBGC
12. Been There, Done That! – The G.A.T.E. Program
13. Lifestyle – Anthony of NVFW
14. If It Is To Me, It Is Up To Me – S. Florida Boys & Girls Choir feat Lil’ Mya, RTMSFC
15. Whatcha Gonna Do? – 5000 Role Models @ Coral Reef Sr. High School
16. This Is How We Role! – 5000 Role Models @ Hialeah Sr. High School
17. Who Am I? – William of NVFW
18. Education – Youth Co-Op, Inc.
19. 1-5-7 – Miami-Dade Police Explorers – Post 157
20. What We Need – African Heritage Cultural Arts Center
21. Only 17 – Prophet of NVFW
22. Keep The Guns Down! – Circle of Brotherhood
23. Drop It Down – Miami NAACP Youth Council

The Partners:

Produced and mixed by Thomas W. Demerritte
Thanks for the support of the Together for Children initiative, the Children’s
Trust, Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez and the Miami-Dade Board
of County Commissioners, especially Barbara J. Jordan (District 1) and
Dennis C. Moss (District 9), WEDR 99 JAMZ, WMBM, Cox Media, Miami-Dade
School Board Vice Chair Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall, DJ Khaled,
Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto M. Carvalho, Miami-Dade Police
Department Chief Juan J. Perez, Miami-Dade Schools Police Chief Ian
Moffett, The Gospel Truth, Ms. Gigi Tinsley, John Westmoreland, Samuel
Grant, Fred and Angela Thomas and Rise Up For Change. CD Distribution
assistance by police departments from Miami-Dade and Miami-Dade Schools.
Big ups to ADMIT intern Mike Brown. CD artwork and design by Deyan Font.
Special thanks to the many young people who donated to this CD project
their time, their talents and their devotion to the cause of anti-gun violence.