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New Orleans-based rapper Juvenile was born Terius Gray. After beginning his career while in his teens, he released a 1995 album on Warlock titled Being Myself. He eventually crossed paths with Cash Money label owners Ronald “Suga Slim” and Brian “Baby” Williams, who issued 1996′s Solja Rags; the album became a major underground hit, and set the stage for the release of 1998′s 400 Degreez. Jump a few years ahead he was signing a new contract with Asylum, and his home was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. The hurricane and its grim aftermath were hot topics on his chart-topping 2006 album Reality Check. His next two albums — Cocky & Confident (2009) and Beast Mode (2010) — featured much lighter material. His latest single "Picture Perfect" feat Lil Wayne and Birdman just dropped Wednesday. follow @juviethegreat. Juviethegreat.com.
Juvenile Journal w/ Jamil Warren, Host (Age 15) is a Positive Report Broadcasts for and By Juveniles - Teens, Ages 13-17 -- (TOPIC) THE DAY THE YOUTH WILL TAKE BACK THEIR VICTORY -- (GUEST) MUSIC MAN Brandon Brown -- Broadcast Media Affiliate by Lenora Love Whiteside, www.LenoraLOVE.ORG (8/04/08)
Join host Tami Neumannn as she sits down in conversation with author Kim Poston Miller and Cure JM Co-Founder Shari Hume as they talk about another autoimmune disorder, Juvenile Myositis.
Learn about Juvenile Myositis, it's symptoms, how it is diagnosed and the latest in JM research.
Kimberly Poston Miller is the mother of two sons with very different cases of Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. Over the past decade, she and her family have navigated a number of diagnoses and conditions related to JA.
In the fall of 2013 Spry published her first book Living With Juvenile Arthritis: A Parent’s Guide to help other families acquire the information it took the Miller’s nearly a dozen years to compile. In addition to medical advice and care provided by family physicians and specialists, the book helps to fill the gaps surrounding the rest of your child’s life, from emotional well being, to family and friends, to challenges at school and everything in between. It was the guide she wished she had at the onset of her family’s journey.
Shari Hume co-founded Cure JM Foundation in 2003; just a year after learning that her son, Parker (then age 4), was battling Juvenile Dermatomyositis. Shari was inspired by her son's courage and resilience in fighting this disease and wanted to help other families affected by JM. Shari is determined to find a cure for JM so that no other children will suffer the debilitating effects of this disease.
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Tribal Youth and Juvenile Justice: Promoting Resiliency, Youth Engagement, and Delinquency Prevention
American Indiana and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children and youth have historically been overrepresented in systems, including the juvenile justice system. This has severely impacted AI/AN youth and also the tribal communities’ ability to provide resources and services to tribal youth and their families. Stephanie Autumn and Gerry RainingBird from the Education Development Center, Tribal Programs join this episode of Spotlight on Youth to provide an overview of the demographics of tribal youth at risk for or involved in delinquency matters, discuss the unique risk and protective factors, and share promising practices in prevention and intervention. Guests will also explore the complexities of juvenile justice reform in tribal communities as complicated by the potential multiple jurisdictional issues and the distinct traditions of each tribe.
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