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Pat Coleman from D3football.com joins Frank Rossi and Greg Thomas in this special Selection Eve show that will attempt to replicate the NCAA Division III Football Selection and Bracketing process. During the live show, they will take your questions throughout the show to help those unfamiliar with the process understand how it works and to help those more familiar understand how the specific numbers apply to this year's field selection.
Topic-School Resource Officer Firing in South Carolina
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A student slammed to the ground by a South Carolina school resource officer "bears some responsibility," Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said Tuesday.
The student's violent arrest was captured in videos that went viral and sparked widespread outrage.
"If she had not disrupted the school and disrupted that class, we would not be standing here today. So it started with her and it ended with my officer. What I'm going to deal with is what my deputy did," Lott said.
Mick Haley of USC and Jean Berger & Kristin Fasbender from the NCAA Selection Committee join us on The Net Live.
In this episode of "ROATM" we answer the questions:
Was Officer Ben Fields wrongfully terminated for dragging a 16 years old girl out her chair for failing to comply with him or did he go too far?
Should Raven Simone be fired from "The View?"
Join host Nafeesha (Flawless) and co-host Desmond Maurice Carter for this fun and exciting episode. Call in to 646 478 4069.
Hey Family! Join us today to discuss the killings of 9 year old Tyshawn Lee and 20 year old Kylyn Pryor. We will joined by Mr. Tio Hardiman (also known as Mr. Cease Fire). We will also be joined by Ruth Fuler of the Chicago Sun-Times to give us the lastest on scandal of Officer Gliniewicz of the Fox Lake PD. There's that and much more on We Hear Ya!
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Let's Talk About It Family, After, All, Isn't It a Family Affair! Or, Is It? Our Youth Want To Speak Out In Regarding The Claimate Of The Classroom Management , From Both Officers , And Classroom Management Attendents. As Adults, We are all called to protect the children of the world, both Black and , White not to physically abuse them. No child deserves to be physically Man Handled by no one and especially, a man nor, an in school officer as, well. I feel that teachers in every school district school should be engaging their students in a writing assignment in order to express their feelings concerns , about the classroom incident that occurred in South Carolina. Come On Family and Students, Let's write, abou our feels, or maybe even rape ,in a line or two, or possibly write a few lines of poetry on how you feel concerning a students being mishandled in an inappropriate manner. My guest will be joining us on the discussion to express her views from the perspective of a mother. Also just whose responsibility was it anyway to protect the student from harm way in the South Carolina classroom?
Hey Family! Join us this Sunday for our most engaging show yet. We will most certainly discuss the firing of Officer Ben Fields, school discipline, and the criminalization of adolescent behavior. We will also cover Caitlyn Jenner being named one of Glamour Magazine's Women of the Year (ladies we have to hear from you on this one). We will be joined by the dymanic and "straight no chaser" commentary of Lisa Durden from The Lisa Durden Show http://www.lisadurden.com/ . We will cover the inspiring and amazing story of Sheldon Smith, founder of The Dovetail Project, which helps young at risk fathers become better fathers and men. You do not want to miss this one. Also joining us as a special guest host will be Anleeta Eaton-Buchanan. Remember we air live Sundays from 5:00-6:00 pm CST. Call 657-383-0193 to be heard on We Hear Ya!
Weekly we bring you the news from a common sense approach. Our roundtable discussions include subject matter experts and our thoughtful, yet crazy fun team. This week, we'll discuss the GOP Debate, the House election of a speaker, the two year budget, the reaction to the SC school incident involving a female student and a resource officer, and sports.
Seven Tucker and Mz OptimiZm Speakz to Officer Norman, the Officer that is making a difference one citizen at a time! He was assigned to the patrol division, and work out of the downtown substation. In February 2011- Received NLRPD Chiefs Award, April 2011- Received the Military Order of World Wars ( MOWW) Law & Order Award, May 2011 - was named the Americas Most Wanted National Police Officer of the Year, September 2011 - Named the Arkansas Certified Public Managers ( ACPM ) 2011 Arkansas Public Servant of the Year,October 2011- Named the Arkansas Attorney Genera District 2 Arkansas Outstanding Officer of the Year.
His excellence continued January 2012 - Received Community Service Award & Special Recognition from Centennial Bank for being awarded the 2011 Americas Most Wanted/Sprint All-Star Award, February 2012 - Received letter of Special Recognition from the North Little Rock Police Department for being awarded the 2011 Americas Most Wanted/Sprint All-Star Award, April 2012- Named the North Little Rock School District Volunteer of the Year for Park Hill Elementary School, January 2013 - Received community service award from the Rose City Community Church of Christ and in February 2014 her received the NLRPD Community Service award.
Appeared in CNN in May 2015, in a story which featured positive policing in North Little Rock which is super awesome! Officer Norman coordinates programs at the North Little Rock Police Department such as Back to School backpack/tennis shoe event, Season of Giving & Shop with a Cop events.Upon being voted the 2011 Americas Most Wanted/Sprint National Police Officer of the Year, I was awarded $10,000.00. The money was donated to four Central Arkansas charities.
Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas & Rodney Smith
Our Topic(s) today: “School Resource Officer Slams Black Teen and the Importance of Nevada Day.”
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Our Own Voices Live is a radio show featuring people and stories from our community in Las Vegas, the surrounding area and some place near you. America is the greatest country on earth due to its cultural diversity and not in spite of it. Our mission is to help bridge the cultural and ethnic divide in America by working together to build the greatest bridge in history to unite us
Officer Throws Female High School Student Across Classroom
A video of a "school resource officer" at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, South Carolina throwing a female student out of her desk to the ground and across a classroom
Roy Paul is a highly sought after commentator specializing in the areas of education, social and economic justice, and the advancement of African Americans in modern pop culture and politics. Paul made history when he became the youngest African-American to ever be elected to public office in New York State when he was just 19 years old. He served 5 years as a School Board Member in Middletown, NY.
He contributes political commentary on a number of networks including WABC 7 in New York and is a contributor to NewsGenius.com (part of Rap Genius).
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes David Putnam, retired cop turned author.
During his law enforcement career, David Putnam worked primarily in California on teams for Patrol, Investigations, SWAT, Narcotics, Violent Crimes, Criminal Intelligence, Internal Affairs, Detective Bureau and as child protective services coordinator. He rounded out his law enforcement career with a few years in the Hawaiian Islands as a Special Agent-part of a real-life "Hawaii-50″ team. He's now retired from law enforcement and spends his time growing organic California avocados and writing, with his wife Mary and their three dogs. On his inspiration: "I was working a surveillance out in Lucerne Valley, flat desolate desert. We were watching a meth lab. When not on point, the chase cars could to do what they wanted, as long as we were immediately available to the radio in case the suspect went mobile. Some detectives watched portable TVs in their cars, some played softball and others just hung out. I always kept five or six books in my backseat for these types of investigations. I came down to my last novel and started to read it. It didn’t hold my attention. I thought: “I can do better!” So with a yellow pad and pencil I penned my first four novels, and found it much more difficult that I’d thought.
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