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Andre L. Johnson is the presidential, award-winning CEO of the Detroit Recovery Project (DRP), a multi-service agency that provides a wide spectrum of support services to the city’s substance abuse recovery community. The agency also oversees an ex-offender program that helps returning citizens successfully reintegrate into the Detroit community, with an aim of reducing recidivism and/or…

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Andre Johnson understands firsthand how addiction can ravage communities. Johnson, the founder and CEO of the Detroit Recovery Project, was once a drug dealer and battled drug and alcohol addiction. But after reaching his lowest point, Johnson decided to seek treatment and transformed his life and began to help others. The Morehouse College grad is now one…

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Detroit Recovery Project recently celebrated their 10-year anniversary with a phenomenal event at the Historic GEM & Century Theatre. Guests included R&B/soul singer Kem, Alexis Wiley, chief of staff for the City of Detroit, and words from President Barack Obama, all coming together to recognize the positive impact of Andre Johnson’s work as president and CEO of Detroit…

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In an interview with XXL, Wu-Tang Clan leader, RZA. was asked about former Wu affiliate Christ Bearer’s (real name Andre Johnson) bizarre PCP induced incident in which he cut off his own penis and jumped from a second floor balcony. RZA talked about how he originally met Johnson and brought him into the Wu-Tang fold…

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Rapper Andre Johnson, aka Christ Bearer, apparently cut off his penis and jumped off the balcony of a second floor apartment while high on PCP. According to reports, Johnson and several other rappers were doing drugs in the apartment in North Hollywood, Calif., prior to the incident on April 16. After using PCP, Johnson cut…

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With the NFL’s first week officially in the record books, rolling out has put together the top 10 performances. It remains to be seen how these performances will translate throughout the next 16 weeks, but for now the expectations for each team will be sky-high until at least next week.

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