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Slavery By Another Name….. Join The Gist of Freedom as we talk with Sylvia Hooper, Foster Parent Advocay Foundation Inc. Assistant Director
According to national statistics provided by Arrow and confirmed by Sylvia Hooper 40 to 50 percent of foster children will never complete high school. Sixty-six percent of them will be homeless, go to jail or die within one year of leaving the foster care system at 18.
Sylvia also said 80 percent of the prison population once was in foster care, and that girls in foster care are 600 percent more likely than the general population to become pregnant before the age of 21.
Join The Gist of Freedom as we talk with Sylvia Hooper, Co-Founder, Foster Parent Advocacy Foundation
Sylvia was an adoptive child who went back into the system after her adoptive parents passed away at age 15. Sylvia has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Adephi Unversity and has her Masters in Social Work . She is also working with the Administration for Children Services as a Child Protective Specialist.
Bonnie Kaye and Dr. Brian Hooper discuss the many issues that gay men married to straight women have to struggle with and go through when faced with coming to terms with their homosexuality. Millions of gay/bisexual men in this country and married to women and living a double life. For many of them, this is a life filled with depression, conflict, and shame. Kaye and Hooper talk about the challenges of self-acceptance and the best methods of coming out to their wives and children.
This show is a self-help show for gay/bisexual men who want to come out to their wives. Bonnie Kaye, international specialist on straight/gay marriages and Dr. Brian Hooper, a gay therapist who understands the complexities of coming out issues, discuss the questions that most gay men ask when struggling with their decision.
When you just can't walk away from a relationship. Jason Hooper is the founder of Black Pyramid Publication. He was born and raised in Rochester, NY. He is the second oldest of 8 children. Like most writers Jason had a love for writing at the young age of 8. He wrote lyrics to rap songs for years, before deciding that he wasn’t much of a performer. He was incarcerated for one year in 1999 - 2000 for possession of a firearm and while in prison, he crafted his skill of wri
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