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In honor of the 100th birthday of one of my heroes, the American Traffic Light, here is a list of ways to help others celebrate.1.

Help out your local police department, and thank them for being an ally to those of us who work in law enforcement. 

In a nation where we have a number of issues that impact law enforcement, including a lack of trust between law enforcement and communities of color, it’s important to show your support by donating to organizations like Stop The Stolen Cars, The Black Lives Matter Network, and Black Lives Matters USA.2.

Help local businesses in your area by buying a Traffic Cone Costume or a Traffic Stop costume. 

These costumes and costumes are made for anyone who wants to be a traffic light change agent.3.

Donate to the Stop The Streets Campaign. 

The Stop The Street Campaign is a nationwide movement to stop crime by creating safe and safe streets.

“It’s our mission to make sure every community has the chance to have a positive impact on their neighborhoods.

This is why we do this every year, so that we can ensure that every neighborhood has a safer and more prosperous future,” said Sarah R. Wilson, co-founder of Stop The Spikes.4.

Donating to the Urban League of New York City. 

This organization helps local residents with their challenges and challenges in the city by building community and creating safe environments. 

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Don’t forget to donate to Stop The Cops, a nonprofit that works to improve community safety through education, prevention, and enforcement.6.

Make sure to thank your local cops. 

“The work we do is so important, and we know that when the streets are safe, the police are safe.

This isn’t a personal issue; this is an issue that affects everyone,” said Anthony J. Bracciale, President of Stop the Cops.7.

Donations can also be made through the National Police Athletic League (NPA). 

“I’m proud to say that I was the first player in NFL history to sign a National Police Association (NPAA) contract with the National Football League (NFL) in 2015,” said Joe Thomas, NPA President.8.

Help support the American Association of Police Organizations (AAPO). 

The AAPO is a national, nonprofit organization that works in partnership with law enforcement to protect the rights and safety of our communities.

The AAPO was founded in 1991 to support law enforcement in achieving the mission of ensuring public safety and protecting public health and safety.9.

Donation to the National Black Women’s Law Center. 

You can help make this year a better year by donating through the Women’s Justice Center, which is dedicated to improving access to quality and affordable justice.10.

Don a Traffic cone costume.

This costume is especially helpful for families who have kids who are growing up in neighborhoods where traffic is a significant issue.11.

Don the Traffic cone costumes for your local bar. 

A Traffic cone is a traffic cone that has a small red cone on it, and the bottom of it is white.

This makes it easy for the driver to tell if a traffic violation has been committed, and to warn people of the possibility of a ticket being issued.12.

Don your own traffic cone. 

If you are a parent, grandparent, grandchild, or grandchild and would like to donate your child a traffic ticket, then make sure to give them the right traffic cone costume! 

If your grandchild is a child, grandkid, or a sibling of a child who is in need of a traffic citation, then you can also donate a Traffic Ticket Holder Costume to your local law enforcement agency.13. 

Get involved with a local traffic cone campaign. 

There are many organizations that are supporting traffic cone initiatives around the country, including Stop the Streets, the NAACP, the New York Civil Liberties Union, the National Urban League, and others. 

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Help support local law and order. 

One of the first things I did after leaving the military was to set up a website for my family, and I’ve done that ever since. 

I have been involved in countless traffic cone projects around the world, and it’s amazing to see how many local businesses have helped us out by donating a traffic piece to a local police agency.15. 

Take part in Stop The Strains and Make the Streets Safe. 

Each year, I do the Stop the Strains Campaign.

I help law enforcement officers with their work, and in return I receive a free traffic cone for every traffic stop I make. 

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Donate to The Black Women of Chicago. 

Black Women of America is a network of Black leaders, including mayors, police chiefs, civil rights leaders, women’s rights activists, and more, who help create safe, prosperous neighborhoods. 

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Give your money to the American Civil Liberties Association