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Does it still take a villiage to raise a child? are their any villages left? Are you your own empty village?
I want to know what it takes to actually step up , speak up, and get involved with children in the community that aren't our own. How often do you go out of your way to let a teenager know that they're heading in the wrong direction? How often do you tell a young mother that she's crossed a line in parenting and public? How often have you watched a loved one react in a way, towards their child, that you would normally speak up or act out against, had they been a stranger? How about stranger, from lack of knowing them? How often have you said something to your child that you would judge another person for saying to theirs? Do we care about our children and others or do we TOLERATE the childre?
Join Dr. Culbreth and guest, Dr. Shandra Terrell-Williams for Grant Writing in a Nutshell and listen as Dr. Culbreth talks about A Reality Check in Baltimore: Indeed It Takes A Village.
Grant Writing in a Nutshell with Guest, Dr. Shandra Terrell-Williams, Executive Consultant and Grant Writing Expert. Learn about Dr. Terrell-Williams’ affordable course on Grant Writing and her LinkedIn group Emerging Grant Writers.
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The Reality of Baltimore: Indeed It Takes A Village
Indeed It Takes A Village
The Problems and the People
The City, Community and the Clergy
Less Talk More Action
The Change Needed
You remember the old adage Children should be seen and not heard? Yet you had to respond verbally whenever an adult asked you a question. If you spoke too softly you were reprimanded in public with Speak Up so you can be heard. This may have left that small child confused, not knowing when to speak or when to keep their mouth shut. Did you ever say to yourself you wished the adults would simply listen to what YOU had to say? Well now's your chance to listen to the youth of today. They too have a lot to share when we truly listen. However the opportunity to tell their story is seldom given to them.
A diverse group of young people from across the nation join in this conversation and talk openly about what they experience on a daily basis and other concerns they share. Youth from middle and high school to college and beyond. Youth both in rural and metropolitan areas will be live to discuss whats on their minds.
Special guests tonight include my granddaughters, Geneva Vanderhorst with her youth group STING Inc and Tammy Kinney with a group of youth representing Winder Georgia organization Women In Action.
Support the youth by listening in on the show.