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Mothers in Charge In Chicago to provide support services for families of victims and offenders
The pain and sadness caused by Chicago's chronic gun violence have led the founder of a national anti-violence movement to establish a group chapter in the city. "There's such a need," said Dorothy Johnson-Speight, founder of Mothers in Charge, which offers grief counseling to relatives of people killed by guns as well as violence prevention education.
National Conference on Violence Prevention/Behavioral Health on May 6-9th, 2013 at the Sheraton Hotel.
“Something powerful is shifting in our national dialogue about gun violence and behavioral health. In our grief, we are that much more determined to make a change here in Philadelphia by stopping senseless violence and supporting the victim’s families in the wake of such violence.”
The community will also gather for a 10th Anniversary Commencement of Peace Gala. Learn more about Mothers in Charge, including founder Dorothy Johnson-Speight‘s recent visit to the White House — at their brilliant new web site: mothersincharge.org
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So it's that time again for predicting who will grab the NFC Noth title or even make it to the big game! Though this was an AWESOME free agency market and the rookie class did not disappoint, all we really have to go on is what's on paper for each team stat wise and a bit of hope. So join us Sunday, 6/22 at 9AM CST as we talk about how hopeful the Chicago Bears season just may be!
This is a topic that has existed for over 50 years, despite recent improve improvements in the last decade, Chicago is still recognized as the most segregated city in America. This show will attempt to examine the history of Chicago and it's "zones" or it's invisible dividing lines which seperate neighborhoods. From the growth and decline of the Bronzeville area to the displaced Black families in the housing projects of Chicago.
Also, "House Music" came about after "The Death of Disco." This show will also touch on the history and the evolution of House Music. As well as the limitations that Chicagoans put on theirselves when it comes to experience new music, opportunities, and other experiences throughout the entire city.
Based out of Chicago, "The Effect" explores artistry and creativity throughout the city and it's surrounding areas. Announcing current and up-coming events and creating dialogue about topics that are local and world-wide.
An individual can claim to be a born-again virgin, secondary virgin or renewed virgin if, after having engaged in sexual intercourse, s/he makes a commitment not to be sexually active until marriage (or some other point in the future, or indefinitely), whether for religious, moral or practical reasons.
Can you date someone who is not sexually active? Be it man or woman?
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This week conversation should be a good one and lots of interesting answers.
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Join co-hosts Eric Lamb and Brian Draus, as they welcome MLB Hot Stove Hubs's Freddy Cabrera back to the program! Freddy will take a look at the latest MLB news and happenings with us, including the upcoming MLB draft, Jose Abreu's return to the White Sox lineup, the Cubs frustrating efforts to renovating Wrigley Field, and their hiring of Manny Ramirez to work with their young hitters at AAA, as well as the continued hot tempers between the Red Sox and Rays! Plus, what is wrong with Justin Verlander?! This and much more on this weeks episode of Baseball Week In Review Chicago Style!
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