About This Episode:
Reverend Frederick Shaw is the Director of Public Affairs and Spokesperson for the Citizens Commission on Human Rights International (CCHR), a more than 50-year mental health industry watchdog. He’s also the President of the NAACP Inglewood-South Bay Branch in California, with a long history of working with NAACP.
After attending Pepperdine University, he was ordained in Religious Science in 1975. Between 1980-1993, Rev. Shaw was a Los Angeles County Sheriff Deputy from which included, organizing and implementing the Sheriff’s Youth Athletic League.
In 1992, he was the co-founder and President of the World Literacy Crusade, an international organization with the purpose of eradicating poverty and hopelessness in the inner cities through education.
In 2005, The State of the African-American Male and the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation honored Rev. Shaw as one of their recipients of the ""MEN WHO CARE AWARD"", along with actor Jaime Fox. He received this award for his demonstrated NAACP leadership skills and dedicated persistence to eliminate the drugging of children.
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