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  • 01:00

    Indy Power Rankings: Tag Team Top 5 Reveal ft. Former TNA/ROH Star Homicide

    in Wrestling

    The Indy Power Rankings crew returns to the air on the Elite Podcast Network to count down the top 5 tag teams for the weekl of March 9, 2015. Also on this episode, the IPR crew is joined by someone with his fair share of experience in the tag team division, independent wrestling legend Homicide! Homicide will talk plenty including what he's been up to, whether TNA is interested in using him with the Beatdown Clan and so much more!


    @IndyPowerRankin @elitepodcastnet


    http://www.indypowerrankingsipr.wordpress.com


    http://www.prowrestlingtees,com/indypower

  • 00:31

    TEENS HOMICIDE, SUICIDE AND FIREARM DEATHS

    in Social Networking

    In 2010, males ages 15 to 19 were nearly four times more likely to commit suicide, six times more likely to be victims of homicide, and eight times more likely to be involved in a firearm-related death than were females of the same age.


    IMPORTANCE


    Homicide and suicide is the second and third leading causes of death, respectively, among teen’s ages 15 to 19, after unintentional injury In 2010, firearms were the instrument of death in 85 percent of teen homicides and 40 percent of teen suicides.While non-firearm injuries result in death in only one out of every 760 cases, almost one in four youth firearm injuries are fatal.


    Although other teens are the perpetrators of many of the homicides of teens below age 18, two-thirds of the murderers are eighteen or older.] Gang involvement has been associated with many teen murders; in 2002, nearly three-quarters of teen homicides were attributed to gang violence. Although school-related homicides receive substantial media attention, in the 2009-10 school years they accounted for about one percent of all child homicides.


    Mood disorders, such as depression, dysthymia, and bipolar disease, are major risk factors for suicide among children and adolescents. One study found that more than 90 percent of children and adolescents who committed suicide had some type of mental disorder. Stressful life events and low levels of communication with parents may also be significant risk factors. Female teens are about twice as likely to attempt suicide; however, males are much more likely to actually commit suicide.

  • 00:31

    TEENS HOMICIDE, SUICIDE AND FIREARM DEATHS PART TWO

    in Social Networking

    In 2010, males ages 15 to 19 were nearly four times more likely to commit suicide, six times more likely to be victims of homicide, and eight times more likely to be involved in a firearm-related death than were females of the same age.


    IMPORTANCE


    Homicide and suicide is the second and third leading causes of death, respectively, among teen’s ages 15 to 19, after unintentional injury. In 2010, firearms were the instrument of death in 85 percent of teen homicides and 40 percent of teen suicides.While non-firearm injuries result in death in only one out of every 760 cases, almost one in four youth firearm injuries are fatal.


    Although other teens are the perpetrators of many of the homicides of teens below age 18, two-thirds of the murderers are eighteen or older  Gang involvement has been associated with many teen murders; in 2002, nearly three-quarters of teen homicides were attributed to gang violence. Although school-related homicides receive substantial media attention, in the 2009-10 school years they accounted for about one percent of all child homicides.


    Mood disorders, such as depression, dysthymia, and bipolar disease, are major risk factors for suicide among children and adolescents. One study found that more than 90 percent of children and adolescents who committed suicide had some type of mental disorder. Stressful life events and low levels of communication with parents may also be significant risk factors, Female teens are about twice as likely to attempt suicide; however, males are much more likely to actually commit suicide.


     


     


     

  • 02:01

    Justifiable Homicide in the Black Community

    in Motivation

    The climate of the Black Community beginning in Portland, to Chicago, to Ferguson, our youth and families are suffering.  What is the cause?  Can we do anything about the death surrounding us?  Should the police be held accountable for their behavior?


    Join us as we will hear from Richard Muhammad the Editor in Chief of the Final Call Newspaper, Robert Muhammad the Student Regional Minister from Houston, Student Minister Willie Muhammad from New Orleans and Bro Philip Muhammad from (LOTC).  Special guest from Portland Teressa Raiford to provide the local facts about our Black community and the movements in Portland, Or.


    This is a show YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS!


    Call to join our conversation


    718-664-9375

  • 02:01

    Good Grief Talk Show discussing loss by homicide

    in Health

    Join hosts Lynda Cheldelin Fell & Angie Cartwright on the Good Grief Talk Show on Wednesday, May 28, 2015 at 6 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern as they discuss loss by homicide with guest Brooke Ninni Matthews.  Join the conversation by calling 855-345-4718 during the live broadcast.  For show information and to listen live, go to www.goodgriefww.com.  Also available on iTunes podcasts.   

  • 01:22

    Understanding The Police Pt. 2 - Homicide Distinctions - Call 619-768-2945

    in Real Estate

    In this podcast of "It's My House" we shall be conducting a Community Law Clinic.  Our Law Clinics are (study groups) and we give no legal advice.


    In light of the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri we shall continue discussion on "Understanding The Police". Included in our talk for today we shall cover "Homicide Distinctions".


    Everyone in the community should know the basics of understanding what the Police can and can not do, plus know the basics of anything they maybe be talking about.


    We also invite our listeners to take a short quiz with us today to make sure you are clear on what was discussed.

  • 01:43

    Darren Rainey Homicide Exposed by Harold and Windy Hempstead

    in Politics Progressive

    HUMAN RIGHTS FOR PRISONERS MARCH, hosted by Mary Neal, email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com
    Call-in number (347) 857-3293. December 21, 2014 Guest: Windy Hempstead

    The world was shocked to read about the wrongful death of Darren Rainey in Dade Correctional Institution in Florida. Rainey died two years ago when correctional officers dragged him into a shower and scaled him to death. Our guest, Windy Hemstead, received an urgent phone call about the murder from her brother, Harold, a prison orderly. She reported Rainey's murder to law enforcement. Two years later, Windy reported Rainey's death to the Miami Herald, because no corrective action was taken by the justice system, and she feared for her brother as a whistle blower.


    The Miami Herald published a series of articles about Rainey's death and other abuses to mentally ill inmates in Florida, including "Behind Bars, a Brutal and Unexplained Death" http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/article1964620.htmlhttp://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/article1964620.html


    George C. Mallinckrodt, who ws a mental health worker at the prison, published a book: "Getting Away with Murder"
    http://georgemallinckrodt.com/getting_away_with_murder.htm

    To date, Rainey's death has not be pronounced a homicide, according to Windy Hempstead. Justice is delayed.


    Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will. ~Frederick Douglass

  • 00:31

    Former homicide detective Brian Bogdanoff joins Kori on the Back Porch

    in Books

    Award-winning homicide detective Brian Bogdanoff has retired from the Omaha Police Department. He holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and graduated from the Omaha Police Academy. Before his service as a homicide detective, Bogdanoff was a member of one of the most successful undercover narcotics units in Omaha. Three Bodies Burning is the true story of his blockbuster case.

  • 01:55

    Teen Violence - Homicide, Suicide, & Assault

    in Family

    Did you know that young people age 12 to 19 experience the highest rate of rape and sexual assault?  And teenagers ages 18 to 19 experience the highest rate of stalking?  Or, how about approximately 1 in 3 adolescent girls in the United States is a victim of physical, emotional, or verbal abuse from a dating partner?


    This is the age when young people develop their own ideas about what is and what is not appropriate relationship behavior -- Don't let these statistics become the acceptable definition. 


    Join Dr. "J" live in the studio today, as she address the subject "Teen Violence".  Tune in at 347-945-7725. 

  • 02:01

    Justifiable Homicide part #2 with Special Guest

    in Motivation

    Join us as we discuss part 2 of Justifiable Homicide in the Black Community with Student Minister Abel Muhammad from Chicago...  This is a live call in so please join us as we discuss major events that are happening in our communities.

  • 01:00

    The Black Church's Response to Suicide

    in Family

    Recognizing the rise in suicide among African Americans first hand among African Americans, Dr. William M. Young and his wife, Pastor Dianne Young, have accepted the challenge of raising the awareness and promoting the idea that suicide is preventable.  Their choice of venue through which to promote this important 21st century concern: the Black Church.  The Black Church has become a hub used to promote the importance of physical health over the past ten years, and it has become been a great match, so; the Young's would like for the church to one day become the hub for delivery of mental health services as well.  This concept works because when the church speaks or leads the charge, it removes the stigma and gives greater accessibility. 


    Additionally, the Young's recognize that most violent acts in our communities and suicide, in most cases, happen when individual(s) fail to care for themselves emotionally.  Since violence and suicide are issues of the heart and soul-mind, feelings and emotions-what greater place to promote life.