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2014 was a hell of a year for Paterson N.J. but that was then and this is now, tonight Brent Nation and Ernest Rucker Jr. will go back over the events of the last 12 months that rocked, rolled and ran throught the city. The way forward for Paterson in 2015 depends on the road we choose to travel..Join us as we look ahead to see where we are headed and what mistakes from 2014 we can not afford to make in 2015.... Happy New Year!!!!!!
Making one thing very clear, this is in no way an endorsement, this is an opportunity for a candidate to share their campaign quest with the public...
We do have some questions and we will have some answers!!!!!!!
In a democracy, the power does not
lie with the political bosses, the power
lies with the people.
I am asking all believers in
democratic principles to go to the polls
Tuesday, November 4th and vote me
in as an independent for Freeholder.
This will send a strong message to
the supposed "powers that be" that
democracy is alive and well in our
Vote Sami Merhi for Freeholder
Independent and Free
“to be a true representative
of you, the people.
If you want to find John Zangas, all you need to do is go where the action is. He will there photographing and documenting protests and actions taking place day-in and day-out along with his colleagues at DC Media Group.
Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes John to the show on Tuesday November 18 at 8 pm to talk about what its like to be on the ground covering everything that is going on these days up close and personal as an indy photojournalist. Recent actions he's covered include Climate Change related protests at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the Cove Point gas export facility and final miles of the 3000-mile cross-country Climate March, as well as the Million Mask March on Guy Fawkes Day. We'll discuss the actions that John has covered that have impacted his life the most and what people can do to get involved in indy media.
Follow John on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and DC Media Group.
Candace Benson and Deborah Chaddock Brown debate the merits of social media for small business.
Today Candace Benson and Deborah Chaddock Brown will talk about the down side of social media - the fact that it exposes you for who you are and gives everyone the opportunity to comment. ie. - Chief Oliver in Brimfield, OH and his social media demise this past week.
Candace Benson and Deborah Chaddock Brown Brown talk about the latest in social media for business owners.
Candace Benson and Deborah Chaddock Brown chat each Tuesday about social media and online marketing for small business owners.
Tonight's show is a dedication to all of the efforts of the many Re-Entry Programs and all of the many people who devote their time to helping individuals get Back In To Society...
Barbara & Teddie Martinez
Over 10,000 ex-prisoners are released from America’s state and federal prisons every week and arrive on the doorsteps of our nation's communities. More than 650,000 ex-offenders are released from prison every year, and studies show that approximately two-thirds will likely be rearrested within three years of release. The high volume of returnees is a reflection on the tremendous growth in the U.S. prison population during the past 30 years. For the communities to which most former prisoners return (communities which are often impoverished and disenfranchised neighborhoods with few social supports and persistently high crime rates), the release of ex-offenders represents a variety of challenges.
What can be done to help people who are released from prison keep from being rearrested? With no job, no money, and no place to live, returnees often find themselves facing the same pressures and temptations that landed them in prison in the first place. Assisting ex-prisoners in finding and keeping employment, identifying transitional housing, and receiving mentoring are three key elements of successful re-entry into our communities.
In October 2013, the incarceration rate of the United States of America was the highest in the world, at 716 per 100,000 of the national population.While the United States represents about 5 percent of the world's population.
As of 2014 the high incarceration rates have started to modestly decline, although still remain the highest in the world.
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