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The 15 year old who held students and a teacher hostage at Marinette High school knew that no one would else had a weapon and that he would have full control of the situation. It's time we start letting teachers and students defend... more

Keep The Kids Fed Well its rare but I have reversed my position on providing school breakfast to underprivileged children. During my time as Principal for a Day at Madison East High School, I learned that there are kids who... more

Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Narissa Johnson of Travis County's SafePlace, Joe Carr of Williamson County's Hope Alliance, and sexual-assault survivor Tiffani Wampler about the struggle to end... more

Unspoken Issues Sept, 30th 2010. Take about Sexual Abuse with a survivor speaking outhttp://www.archive.org/details/UnspokenIssuesSurvivorOfSexualAbuseSpeaksOut93010

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The Bay Area is an extraordinary place to live and yet many of our communities are deeply affected by violence. Children's sense of the world and their freedom to lead healthy, happy lives are influenced by their exposure to violence in their... more

When children are exposed to violence in their schools, neighborhoods, and homes, their development and understanding of the world are deeply affected. Guests: San Francisco Sheriff Michael Hennessey, and Mary Patterson,... more

Childhood Matters: Black Infant Health - August 26, 2007 Infant mortality rates for African-American children in the United States are higher than those of any other ethnic group. What factors contribute to black infant health, and what... more

Childhood Matters - Preventing Neglect and Child Abuse - April 4, 2009 Child abuse occurs every day in every neighborhood. When a child is neglected or mistreated, physically or verbally, the consequences can last a lifetime and... more
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