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This week we'll be discussing the case of Chris Harris, a school board member from a small town in Northeast Texas who shared racist views on Facebook following the acquittal of Darren Wilson and rioting in Ferguson, MO. Images of those racist statements were posted to Logicast host Jared Smith's blog, where the story was picked up by the national media and went viral. The ensuing coverage has left a small town deeply divided and Chris Harris has now tendered his resignation.
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In this segment, our guest, Tony Poletti, elaborates on his hope that the YMCA can remain a vital part of this community. He expressed the need to provide a venue for the children of the disadvantage families in this neighborhood. Mr. Colletti is a member of a group that is trying to save the YMCA. They are hoping to get the attention of city government as well as the community.
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As public officials, school board members are indemnified for many actions they take as school board members. Why are school board members indemnified? Are there times when they are not protected or indemnified? Can boards of education censure their own members? What occurs if a board member violates the Code of Ethics for School Board Members? Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses these and other issues with Joseph Roselle, an attorney who specializes in school law with Schenck, Price, Smith & King, LLP.
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Yinon Weiss, RallyPoint CEO and Board Member and Veteran
Yinon served 10 years on active duty, serving first as a Marine Corps Scout/Sniper Platoon Commander, and then as an Army Special Forces officer, deploying overseas multiple times throughout his military career.
Before co-founding RallyPoint, he worked as Director of Product Marketing at a VC-backed technology startup, and he is also the founder of MilitaryToBusiness.com
RallyPoint was founded in 2012 by two military veterans at Harvard Business School to help make military life better. Backed by two of the US military's recent Joint Chiefs of Staff, RallyPoint connects its members and gives them the best tools possible to succeed both while in the military, and beyond. They now have over 500,000 Members!!
For More Info: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/january-2015/article/listen-to-yinon-weiss-veteran-and-rallypoint-ceo-and-board-member
Kat and Josh delve deep into the battle of the Tabletop games world. With a little help from Calliope Games, creators of famous board games like Tsuro, Got Em!, Titans, and Roll For It! We discuss what goes into board game decisions, why board games are important, and a secret to playing a Calliope Game.
The Board Room, will talk about current events happening in today's major sports. Callers can chime in and "Enter the Board Room", with today's daily topics. Throughout the show the host will pose different viewpoints and questions to the listener to intrigue them into great sports debates and conversation.
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Pastor Bill Glaze has served on the CUBM board of directors for 20 years, almost all that time as the chairman. He is also the pastor of Bethany Baptist Church in Homewood and has been an instructor, radio teacher, and social entrepreneur - which qualified him for the designation of Urban Hero in 2011. As Pastor Glaze steps down as board chairman, he joins Karla and John to talk about the last 20 years, urban ministry, and what he sees for CUBM's future.
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