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Join myCULTURALConversations as we welcome Nanette Nelson to the show. Ms. Nelson will engage our listening audience in analyzing the cause of the sheer numbers of youth that commit crime and violence in the urban sectors. She will also give her take on alternative measures to curtail the violence. Ms. Nelson is founder of the LOFT Nonprofit Organization that is devoted in addressing and removing youth in New Orleans from criminal enviornments and adopting positive ways in confronting violence. The LOFT is an alternative in which youth can turn.Nanette Nelson is a native New Orleanian.
You may be shocked to know how close you are to solving violence and crime in Chicago. Tune into this powerful episode where the host will share Building Families & Communities Institute's evidence based, self-empowering process for stopping street violence and crime in Chicago. Together we can move from dialogue to action!
Today I'll be discussing the death of a man that was on police custody. Was the beating this man took justified? Why did the police restrain him then continue to beat him like they did?
I'll be discusiing that and much more on todays show.
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Award-winning journalists investigate the attempted assassination of Gabrielle Giffords and the unsolved lynching of Claude Neal; an identity thief finds herself confronted by one of her victims; a triple homicide rattles a high school swim team; a young adventurer supports her travels by smuggling Peruvian pre-Columbian artifacts; a woman struggles to live free of the ex-boyfriend who kidnapped and tortured her; and more.
In this collection of 13 diverse and compelling narratives, writers--among them criminals, law enforcement officers, and victims--elevate their personal stories of crime into high-powered literature. The book also includes an interview with Erik Larson, author of The Devil in the White City. TRUE CRIME: Real Stories of Abduction, Addiction, Obsessiom, Murder, Graverobbing and More-Lee Gutkind
In this podcast violence will be discussed from a Natural law rational perspective. Some people say that violence is NEVER the answer. That is NONSENCE! It depends on what the question is. All governments depend on violence &/or the credible threat of violence to maintain their power. Order requires violence. This country was created through the effective use of violence. A law that is NOT ultimately backed by the threat of violence is merely a suggestion. Violence is a universal language
Bridie Johnson LMSW, a co -writer for one of the first VOWA victims of women’s act & VOCA victim of crimes act grants for Saginaw Counties DART Domestic Abuse Response Team joins CWT4R on Wednesday night. Bridie has been working and assisting social agencies for over 18 years conducting LGBTI inclusive research in Michigan to assess bi laws for policies the educate shelters on LGBTI issues. She trained three LBGTI centers on DV and SA assessments and understanding that DV can happen in same sex relationships and that gender is not an indicator. CWT4R welcomes Yurianna Reyes, the Domestic Violence Community Educator for Mujeres Latinas en Acción. Yurianna has been working in the Domestic Violence Program of MLEA since August 2012, wand her position allows her to reach out to the community through presentations and group counseling. It is time to talk abo
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