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  • 00:46

    VACCINES & VETERANS ~ Anita Stewart on "Public Advocate", Host Sallie O. Elkordy

    in News

    Anita Stewart has her own radio program, "Wise Women" http://www.wisewomenmediaradio.com

    "Public Advocate" Host, Sallie O. Elkordy for Mayor, Vaccine Free NYC

    Blog with 11/11 Event http://BillionToddlerMarchForSurvival.blogspot.com
    Legislation for a Vaccine Free 2015 http://tinyurl.com/VaccineFree2015


  • 01:00

    Working To Change Public Schools

    in Education

    Dr. J. E. Carthron, host of Better Public Schools for America will be discussing "Working to Change Public Schools", with his special guest and they will speak on the following points:

    How to increase the teachers expectation for your child.

    How to help your child have their best year ever in school.


    We will also be taking call in questions and comments from across the county.

  • 01:16

    Marjorie Liu Discusses Monstress with Graphic Policy Radio

    in Pop Culture

    This Monday sees a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio with a special guest Marjorie Liu who makes her first time appearance on the show to discuss her newest comic series Monstress, her career, and more!

    New York Times bestselling and award-winning writer Marjorie Liu is best known for her fiction and comic books. She teaches comic book writing at MIT, and she leads a class on Popular Fiction at the Voices of Our Nation (VONA) workshop. 

    Ms. Liu is a highly celebrated comic book writer. Her extensive work with Marvel includes the bestselling Dark Wolverine series, NYX: No Way Home, X-23, and Black Widow: The Name of the Rose. She received national media attention for Astonishing X-Men, which featured the gay wedding of X-Man Northstar and was subsequently nominated for a GLAAD Media Award for outstanding media images of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Ms. Liu also wrote the story for the animated film, Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and Punisher, which was produced by Marvel, Sony Pictures Entertainment (Japan) Inc., and Madhouse Inc.

    Her newest work is Monstress is an original, creator-owned comic book series with Japanese artist (and X-23 collaborator) Sana Takeda. The series is set in an alternate, matriarchal 1920’s Asia and follows a girl’s struggle to survive the trauma of war. With a cast of girls and monsters and set against a richly imagined aesthetic of art deco-inflected steampunk, the first issue was an instant hit.

    On top of that Ms. Liu is also the author of more than 19 novels, is a frequent lecturer and guest speaker, and was previously a lawyer.

    We want to hear from you too! Tweet us your questions to @graphicpolicy.com.


  • 02:13


    in Education



    POLICE https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police

  • 01:29

    Graphic Policy Radio with Guest David F. Walker

    in Pop Culture

    Journalist, filmmaker, educator, comic book writer, and author, David F. Walker has had an amazing career and makes his first time appearance as a guest on Graphic Policy Radio.

    Walker has been nominated for an Eisner Award for his work as the English language writer on the critically acclaimed manga series Tokyo Tribes, he is the author of the Young Adult series The Adventures of Darius Logan, and co-writer of the Dark Horse Comics series Number 13. Walker’s other work in comics includes Cyborg (DC), Shaft (Dynamite), The Army of Dr. Moreau (IDW/Monkeybrain), and The Supernals Experiment (Canon Comics). Next year he will be writing Power Man and Iron Fist for Marvel.

    He's a leading scholar and expert of African-American cinema and taught courses such as documentary filmmaking, writing for comics, and film criticism to youth through the Pacific Northwest College of Art, Northwest Film Center, Documentary Northwest, and Project Youth Doc.

    We'll be talking to Walker about the above and more and want to hear from you! Tweet us your questions @graphicpolicy.

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  • 01:26

    Graphic Policy Radio with Guest Darryl Ayo

    in Pop Culture

    This Monday, Graphic Policy Radio hits the air with a brand new episode and a first time guest, Darryl Ayo!

    Since 2002, New York cartoonist Darryl Ayo has self-published minicomics, webcomics, anthology stories and comics criticism. Ayo's most known work, Little Garden has evolved and grown into and through several permutations and can be seen in its current form at littlegardencomics.com

    Ayo, is also a commentator, blogging and on comic fandom. We'll not only discuss his comic career but also growth from the first Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival to the current Comics Art Brooklyn.

    So, listen in this Monday and Tweet us your thoughts to @graphicpolicy.

  • 00:54

    Why God must return to public schools

    in Education

    Listen Dr. J.E. Carthron as he explains from the sciptures why public schools in America must reruen God back to the class rooms or America will be faced with more tormoil....

  • 01:59

    The Ghetto As Public Policy - Whose Responsibility Is it?

    in Current Events

    In the wake of Baltimore and Ferguson, we're going to be discussing the public policy that created the ghettos in America.  What did the government do to contibute these situations?  At what level of the government did they occur?  Was there any legislative remedy to these issues, and were they adhered to?  What affect did these issues have on African Americans then?  What effect do they have on African Americans now?  If there is a lasting legacy we are seeing today, what can we do to address it?

    We'll try to cover as much as we can in our next broadcast.  Please join us!


  • 01:03

    Public Schools Still Working in 2015

    in Education

    There’s no link between vouchers and gains in student achievement.

    There’s no conclusive evidence that vouchers improve the achievement of students who use them to attend private school. Nor is there any validity to claims that, by creating a “competitive marketplace” for students, vouchers force public schools to improve. In fact, the most dramatic improvements in student achievement have occurred in places where vouchers do not exist — such as Texas, North Carolina, Connecticut and Chicago. Instead, those states and communities focused on teacher quality and extra help for students who need it.

    Do vouchers undermine accountability for public funds?

    Do you feel that vouchers do not reduce public education costs?

    Do vouchers give parents real educational choice?

    Two out of three voters cast “no” on use of vouchers.

    Join The Smoking Glass Hour tonight at 7:30 p.m. CST as we discuss these issues. Let your voice be heard.

    Tune in at www.thesmokingglasshour.com or 773-897-6398 or watch us live on Periscope by following us on Twitter @baronglasshour.

  • 00:54

    Working to Change Public Schools

    in Education

    Find out how these 3 terms can make or break your children's future:
    Education Standards