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Tonight's show features any Alief ISD community members who would like to speak on issues discussed on our popular blogsite, www.HEAT.groupsite.com.
Show host Errol Jones will be available for questions, answers, remarks, and comments.
You are invited to tune in at 7pm.
Why is it important for Alief to have employment practices closely monitored?
Questionable Hires in Recent Alief History
Superintendent Search Firm
School Board Members
Killough Middle School Principal
Alief ISD Board Candidates Veronica Thibideaux, Michael Bennett, and Fernanda Brady.
Houston Community College Board Candidate Ann Williams
Listen to their plans for the upcoming years as they ask for your vote and prepare to participate in the management of education for our children's future.
The Alief area and surrounding communities are organizing an NAACP chapter. Host Errol Jones interviewed Carmen Watkins, NAACP Southwest Regional Director to continue the process of developing this historical organization on the West Side of Houston including the outlying areas.
Pastor Troy J. Wilson, Pastor Aquila F. Riggins participated in the conversation and are committed to developing the Alief and West Houston chapter of the NAACP.
A top priority which encouraged the passionate efforts of so many participants has been the behavior of key leaders in the Alief ISD.
We have found it difficult to understand the unresponsiveness of the leadership to issues raised by employees, parents, and community leaders. This behavior has led to a call by some for the immediate resignation of Superintendent H D Chambers, recently re-elected board member Sarah Winkler, Deputy Superintendent Gina Tomas, Special Education Director Martha Bissett, and Killough Middle School Principal Bryan Brown.
Mr. Jones has been contacted by investigative reporters from local news agencies.
These radio broadcasts are the precursor for upcoming townhall meetings in the Alief ISD community.
Our show will be abbreviated unless certain guests surprise us an make an appearance.
We are hoping to have:
Board President- Ella Jefferson, first African American board president
Board Secretary - Sarah Winkler
Board Executive Officer - John Hansen
AISD Superintendent - H D Chambers
There is a standing invitation for the AISD leadership to respond to a public request for them to appear on the show.
We will send you letters requesting that they appear on your Town Hall Meeting Show here at Houston Is Talking Radio Show.
Today, if they do not attend, we want to encourage our staff and students in the Alief ISD. Tune in.
We will be hosting a discussion with Mr. Willie Stubbins, COPE Chairperson for the Alief American Federation of Teachers adn School Employees.
Being a member of the AAFTSE and labor force is very important for the development of a healthy work environment for all stakeholders in Alief ISD.
Being a member of COPE takes you committment to a higher level.
Listen in and learn "How to COPE"
Committee On Politica Education chairperson, Mr. Willie Stubbins joins us tonight for an update on the latest legislative decisions impacting schools statewide and locally in Alief ISD.
Listen to the archived shows at www.HITRAdioShow.com on Alief AFT teacher union.
Tonight's show will focus on Alief ISD reform efforts, results on the racism poll, recent and uninvestigated sex scandals, and the Alief NAACP development.
This is a community forum for local, state, and/or national discussion of issues relevant to Alief ISD, its community, and interested stakeholders.
Our goal is to deliver valuable information to the listeners, promote the diversity in the Alief community, and hopefully help the local businesses generate additional customers, thus keeping our community vibrant.
We do not profess to be politically correct, nor to we desire to be offensive, but some of the topics and opinions may be questionable.
So be it.
Freedom of speech.
Tune in tonight or on demand at your convenience.
Better yet, call in and exercise your freedom to speak.
We will introduce the agenda for the local NAACP office being organized in the Alief community.
This is an historical day for African Americans in Alief, as well as all minorities in the area.
We declare that the Emancipation Proclamation applies in Alief. Our committment to political, economical, and social freedom is the order of the day.
No longer will there be a secret plantation operating in the Alief community.
The purpose of this show is to give the Alief ISD leadership an opportunity to speak to the public concerning a potential boycott of the 2012-13 STAAR test.
Host Errol Jones, will interview invited guests, Superintendent H D Chambers, Board President Ella Jefferson, VP Rick Moreno, Secretary John Hansen, and/or Assistant Secretary Sarah Winkler.
Topics for discussion include:
1. The 5-Point list of roles and responsibilities of the school board as posted on the Alief ISD website.
2. Employment practices in the district.
3. Questions of racism and the existence of the "Rat Pack", an alleged white supremacist group in the Alief administration.
4. Questions from the public.
We will have a late night chat with Mr. Alexander. He has been on the scene in Ferguson, MS following the shooting of an unarmed teenager. Mr. Alexander will share his experience.
It is my hope as the host, to bring attention to the Alief ISD and the issues related to Ferguson, MS.
Micheeal James Wallace has exceeded beyond his expected potential. 1 out or 4 boys, Mike grew up in a single parent, low income home household in Alief area of Houston, Tx. Always a natural artist, he was given the name 'Mike the Great", formhis art teacher because of his award winning talent.