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State of Emergency on Leadership and Terrorism, Inc (S.E.L.T.), is a unique 501-© (3) non-profit organization that exists to study social vices; we work actively to curtail those that can lead to domestic terrorism. We strategically organize free food conferences among people who can be radicalized into domestic terrorism where we have opportunities to talk with vulnerable citizens and give them the kind of education and motivational knowledge that enable them to make the right choice for a more fulfilling life in their community and the nation at large.

 S.E.L.T. sends volunteers to all levels of schools and educational centers to sensitize youths against the unsuspecting consequences of racism. We seek to provide anti-racism education to children and their parents. Through organized town hall meetings, we create the opportunity for interactions between community members and the law enforcement institutions. We work with and refer youths to schools and monitor their education or professional training development and account for our sponsors.

Our mission is: to become the solution providers to social vices that resist the effect of the laws in all American communities.

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State of Emergency on Leadership and Terrorism, Inc (S.E.L.T.), is a unique 501-© (3) non-profit organization that exists to study social vices; we work actively to curtail those that can lead to domestic terrorism. We strategically organize free food conferences among people who can be radicalized into domestic terrorism where we have opportunities to talk with vulnerable citizens and give them the kind of education and motivational knowledge that enable them to make the right choice for a more fulfilling life in their community and the nation at large.

 

 S.E.L.T. sends volunteers to all levels of schools and educational centers to sensitize youths against the unsuspecting consequences of racism. We seek to provide anti-racism education to children and their parents. Through organized town hall meetings, we create the opportunity for interactions between community members and law enforcement institutions. We work with and refer youths to schools and monitor their education or professional training development and account for our sponsors.

The powers of the SELT, in conjunction with its programs, including to:

  • Anticipate and prevent disputes and conflicts, as well as policies, which may lead to genocide and crimes against humanity
  • Undertake peace-making and peacebuilding functions to resolve conflicts where they have occurred
  • Authorize the mounting and deployment of peace support missions, and lay down general guidelines for the conduct of such missions including the mandate
  • Recommend to the executive board, on behalf of America Youth, in a Member State in respect of grave circumstances, namely, to study social vices as defined in relevant international instruments
  • Institute sanctions whenever an unconstitutional change of circumstances takes place in any US State
  • Implement the common social policy leadership and conflict resolution solutions catered to the culture
  • Ensure implementation of key conventions and instruments to combat domestic terrorism
  • Promote harmonization and coordination of efforts between the regional mechanisms and the SELT in the promotion of peace, security, and stability in the US
  • Follow-up promotion of democratic practices, good governance, the rule of law, protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms, and respect for the sanctity of human life and international humanitarian law
  • Promote and encourage the implementation of conventions and culture reconciliations and resolutions
  • Examine and take action in situations where the circumstance might escalate by acts of aggression, including fatal scenarios
  • Support and facilitate humanitarian action in situations of armed conflicts or major natural disasters.