S. Denice Newton is an author, radio host, inspirational speaker, and educator. She was born in eastern North Carolina and studied Communications at Regent University and University of Maryland University College. She is a veteran of the U.S. Army and have worked with at-risk youth for several years. She has been featured in the Wilson Daily Times, Blog Talk Radio, Black Talk Radio, iZania.com, Hope 4 Today Magazine, elev8.com, blackplanet.com, and the Vineland Daily Journal. She is a devoted Christian and founded Generation BEFY Network and Operation R.O.A.R.
It is becoming irrefutable that as a race, we'll either take ourselves out through complacency, indifference, ignorance, and educational suicide or be taken out through violence, guns, incarceration, and preventable diseases.
When S. Denice Newton made a trip to Zimbabwe in 2011, she didn't know that it would profoundly impact her life. For several weeks she was able to the devastation caused by the AIDS pandemic. Upon returning to the United States, Denice focused on the various societal ills such as gun and gang violence affecting black people in America that may eventually contribute to racial annihilation.