Archive for April, 2013

FSR Peace Fest : Press Immediate Release

April 28, 2013

For Immediate Release:

Contact: Victoria O. F. Amoo (Lady V)
Phone: 718-522-6868, 718-360-1373



(Brooklyn, New York) The Family Support and Resources Inc.
organization will celebrate annual FSR PEACE FEST on Monday,
Memorial Day, May 27, 2013. Community leaders, parents,
students and other will walk and march in a parade starting
at 10:00 a.m. in Fort Greene Park at Myrtle Avenue between
North Portland and St. Edward Street. Peace Awards
Ceremony is scheduled for 12:00 noon followed by an
afternoon of fun activities.

This is a walk for peace, says Victoria O.F. Amoo (Lady V),
President and CEO of Family Support and Resources Inc.
we must stop the violence in our homes, schools and
communities, also in our Nation and around the World.

Our young people, who represents our future, are dying
at an alarming rate. The PEACE FEST represents a coming
together of our communities to foster peace, compassion
and understanding. We believe that the only way we can begin
to curb the violence that is became a plague affecting our homes,
nation and the world has to begin with each individual . We are
asking the communities to come out and join us in our annual

The Family Support and Resources organization was founded
in 1990 by Victoria O. F. Amoo (Lady V) with the vision of
strengthening families by providing vocational and technical
assistance, support services and referrals to needy families.
FSR also works to prevent stress and domestic violence;
promoting quality of life in homes and communities around
the World.

Family Support and Resources Has been awarded a
Proclamation by the Brooklyn Borough President’s Office
and by the Mayor’s Office of the City of New York for its
dedication to helping those in need as well as for
promoting peace and harmony in the communities.
For additional information, or to find out how you can
help make this event a success, please contact our
office by phone at (1-718) 522-6868 by e-mail us:

Visiting our website:


Leader Kim Jong and President Obama

April 12, 2013

The Leader of North Korean Kim Jong UN may be a tyrant
and felt the urge or pressure to continuing his Father’s
power Conscious rhetoric legacy. There is no need to help
him pump up his ego with teeth for tight or an eye for
an eye approach.

The most important issues are the Billions of people who
will be Displaced or be rooted from their Home Land and
nearby Countries; the costly price of war, the economic
crisis and austerity effect. The priceless human catastrophe
due to nuclear and the missile fears ripple chain effects.

The Obama Administration could simple organize Basketball
Tournaments between Kim Jong UN and President Barack Obama
and use China as a Neutral Playground for the International Game.
The Obama Team could consist of the best National Basketball
players like Kim’s friend Denis Rodman, LeBron James, Kevin Duran,
Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Hakeem Olajuwon, Kareem Jibber,
Jason Kidd, Patrick Ewing, Dwayne Wade, Kobe Bryant, Magic Johnson
and some of the best top National Brave men basketball players to
start soften the diplomacy tactic through sports that will possibly
allow the opening access and continuing exchange with North Korean.

With all due respect, this is not to undermined the ability and
efforts of Office of Secretary of State or Professional Diplomas
for the unique and courageous job that they do around the World.
After all, the old wise wisdom says, speak softly and hold the
big sticks; the old testimony says, David overcome the Giant with
mere stone with the help of Divine intersection. Sport diplomacy
has works and helps soften relationship with many Countries.

Best Regards,
Lady V