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Welcome to At Risk Youth World Wide (ARYWW) where we teach you and help you deal, from a power based perspective, with your at risk youth. We also have some great topic we'll cover regarding youth. We are in the business of attending to our at risk youth world wide. It is a safe place where youth can learn to overcome their issues that parents might not understand while becoming encouraged and empowered to live healthy lives and a place where concerned and/or worried parents and social workers can come and receive solutions for those important youth in their lives. This show is for everyone. If you'd like me to cover a topic or wish to be a guest on my show, contact me through my website. Thanks!!

On-Demand Episodes

ARYWW converses with Marquise T. Watson author of Break the Cycle. Currently out via ebook the hard copy was scheduled to be released in July 2010. We will discuss the book which is truly a book of encouragement.

At Risk Youth World Wide interviews Aarica Blackett about her new book No Longer Daddy's Little Girl. This book, No Longer Daddy’s Little Girl, will encourage young girls to take responsibility of their future by respecting themselves, their... more

Do you suspect your child is homosexual? If so, how are you dealing with it? I will offer some ways to know and how to deal Stay tuned!

Some quick tips to be on the lookout if your child is having sex?

A few ways to recognize if your child may be in a gang. Let's talk about it.

3 ways to know your teen is pregnant?

Afew ways to know if your child may be doing drugs! Tune in

ARYWW has a talk with LaKeisha Barron-Brown, M.A. who is currently a Multicultural Counselor at my Alma Mater. We will discuss how important it is to start changing in many aspects.

ARYWW interviews Tiffany Finkton b.k.a. Miss Talented. This dynamic young lady is doing some big things in this small world. Listen in for more!

Do adults really mean what they say?