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From the LetGrow.org website: At Let Grow, we believe in kids. We believe they are smart, strong and at least as capable as their parents were at their age. So why does society insist on bubble-wrapping them? Why are we encouraged to protect them from even the slightest physical or mental discomfort? Why don't we trust them to do anything safely or successfully on their own? Because of the twin fears stalking today's parents: Either their kids will be snatched by a demonic clown... or they won't get into Harvard. But in fact, treating today's kids as physically and emotionally fragile is bad for their future, and our country's. With an unpredictable and rapidly changing economy ahead, kids need to be flexible, creative problem-solvers. They can't solve their problems if adults are always right there, solving them first! That's why Let Grow is creating a new path for parents, schools, and America itself -- a path back to letting kids have some adventures, develop more independence, and grow resilient. Let Grow asserts that: Kids aren't fragile, they are "anti-fragile" -- built not just to withstand some challenges, but to grow stronger once they do. The world is not more dangerous today than in decades past. In fact, America is at a 50-year crime low. Doing a little less for our kids is not negligent or lazy. It is a vote of confidence in them. The winners in business, love, and life are comfortable with a bit of risk, and able to deal with disappointment (even the lack of a trophy). They listen, argue, work things out. They are open to change. They pivot.
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An interview with Daniel, recently released from incarceration and now a registrant. He tells us about his preparation for release, his efforts to find and keep a job upon release, and the lessons that he has taken away from his... more

Join us for an interview with Will Mingus, Ph.D. He is the Editor in Chief of LifeTimes Magazine, America's only quarterly print magazine for people facing the adversity of being on a registry. LifeTimes often publishes profiles of people on... more

Round-table discussion featuring the Registry Report Radio hosts on Georgia's Supreme Court decision on lifetime GPS monitoring for SOs. Hosts: Michael McKay, Dwayne Daughtry, and Elizabeth Christensen The Georgia Supreme... more

Join us for an interview with Dr. Alissa Ackerman, as we discuss her perspectives on criminal justice reform, the sex offender registry, and her work as an advocate for restorative justice. "The conversation around ending sexual victimization... more

Musings by Michael McKay on the news media's addiction to labeling registrants, even in death.

Three minutes of musing by Michael McKay

In this episode, we welcome Mary Sue Molnar of Texas Voices for Reason and Justice. Mary Sue Molnar is the founder and executive director of Texas Voices for Reason and Justice and she is also the mother of a registered citizen. She... more

Meet the Registry Report Radio Team as we discuss the latest developments in Michigan and Alabama. In a completely unprecedented move, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel filed amicus briefs in the Michigan Supreme Court today... more

Meet the Registry Report Radio broadcast team! Bonus Interview with Elizabeth Christensen, the CEO at RegistryReform.org, an advocate for children, civil rights, and registry reform, a paralegal, psychology major, and the parent of a... more