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While it may appear that Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s) do not have issues of domestic violence on their campuses they in fact do. There are many barriers that women of color may experience in seeking assistance. In 2011 U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights published The Dear College letter. This set the guidelines for addressing the sexual harassment of students, including sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. The Department of Justice Office of Violence Against has grants available to help assist colleges and universities to meet the mandates of the Dear Colleague letter. Tonight we will discuss how HBCU’s are addressing the issue of domestic violence and the resources for the survivor.
Presenter: Madelyn S. Gould, Ph.D., M.P.H. , Professor of Epidemiology in Psychiatry, CUMC/ Research Scientist, NYSPI. Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Moderator: Alison Lake, M.A., Research Scientist and Project Director, NYSPI
Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among college students in U.S., with approximately 1,100 students dying by suicide each year. In addition, approximately 1% of undergraduates attempt suicide and 6-9% seriously consider suicide each year. It is recognized that youth suicide is influenced by many factors; research has indicated that one such factor is suicide contagion, a phenomenon to which teenagers and young adults are particularly vulnerable. Suicide contagion, sometimes referred to as suicide modeling, is the process wherein the direct or indirect knowledge of one suicide facilitates the occurrence of a subsequent suicide. There is ample evidence to support concerns about suicide contagion/modeling; several sources of this evidence will be presented. Given the prevalence of suicide on college campuses, and the associated risk of contagion and clustering, it is imperative that colleges develop effective and comprehensive postvention strategies. This blogtalk will present specific postvention strategies that colleges and universities can use to limit the risk of further suicides through contagion.
Bookstores are quickly becoming a thing of the past . . . just a distant memory . . . although this saddens me, it also causes me to reflect on how our access to information is rapidly changing. No longer must we hunt and peck with card catalogs, microfiche or encyclopedias, the world of information is at our fingertips. This not a novel revelation; however, it is reasonable to assume that our educational institutions may be next on the chopping block.
If colleges/universities exist to educate the next generation, what would become of them if the opportunities for education were made available online . . . for free? Would class warfare subside if any with access to the internet could access any school's curriculum? The future is now, my friends. . . did you know that MIT offers virtually the entire catalog of courses online . . .for free. Check it out: http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm or https://www.edx.org/ with courses from Harvard, Berkeley, MIT, and University of Texas.
So . . . with access to knowledge available to ALL . . .with no boundaries based on race, color, or creed . . . is the game changed? Not yet, because these courses come with no "piece of paper" to validate the student's participation and completion. They are presently for personal edification only . . . how long can that last? If the information (including lectures, required reading, and coursework) is available and the goal of education is . . . education . . . is the formal education system, as we know it, on its death bed?
Matt discusses this and more . . .
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This week show we talk about how we can help our Historically Black Colleges and Universities. We must help our ancestors who helped us and help the ones that are trying now to help us. But they can help themselves as well we are one. And questions please call in our guest line at (347) 327-9705
What REALLY goes on behind the scenes in a university? What goes on that the establishment doesn't want you to know?
To discuss these things we have Dr. Darrell Hamamoto, a professor of Asian Studies at University of California, Davis and a former insider. He will reveal all that they don't want you to know about what goes on behind the scenes.
Join "Missing Pages Of History" on Saturdays, bi-weely at 12 Noon. We give anaylsises on current events, news you can use and filling in the history of underserved communities and people, as we being to fill in those "missing pages of history" that have been omitted from the history books. Dial in and listen at 818-337-0016 or go to: blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc. Today's program will focus on the 'Budget Crisis at Black Universities: Can They Survive?
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My special guest today is Kenneth L. Marcus the President and General Counsel of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law. Has been re scheduled to appear at a later time, when we will be discussing Anti Semitism that students face today in American Universities. The growing hate for Jews and Israel. But most important, we will see what one man is doing in his quest to "Securing the civil human rights of Jewish people and advancing justice for all"
What happens in the university is not contained within the campus. If nothing will be done to stop the hate, it is soon to spread all over our country.
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Secular universities are closing their classical philosophy programs. But why? In a day and age where there is more confusion than ever, shouldn't universities be compelled to teach students how to think? Furthermore, it may be said that Christian universities like Liberty University, Biola University, and other likeminded schools will be the torch-bearers not only of Christ...but of logic and philosophy, as well. In this episode, we will interview philosopher J. Andrew Payne and get his take on the apparent takeover of proper thinking.
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"Our people who are educated in your colleges and universities, our technicians and engineers of all kinds, why should they go and make a way for their own people as a nation, build and construct a government for their people as your fathers did for you when they crossed the Atlantic? They may be a little lazy and want to start at the top first, but you were not able to start (at the top). You have put it in their minds that they cannot go for themselves.
How educated were your fathers when they crossed the Atlantic and started working for their freedom? They were not wise politicians and senators as you are today, but, nevertheless, they kept digging and turning the soil, felling trees, pacing the country for a place for themselves. Today they have made a nation. " Messenger Elijah Muhammad
The World of Ideas Show tonight 6/28/15 @8:30PM EST. After the weekly review of the week, host Kasaun Henry introduces Part 10 of the “Black Lives Series.” On this episode, Kasaun interviews Dr. Shalem Coulibaly, who will discuss his vision of Pan-Africanism in the twenty-first century.
Dr. Shalem Coulibaly has a doctor of philosophy degree from the the University of Paris I, Pantheon-Sorbonne. He has taught at several high schools in France as well as in the universities of Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Ougadougou. He was former collaborated with YIISA and Yale University. He wrote articles focused on globalization, modern African political and social history (regional focus: West Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa). Coulilbaly authored a the novel Dialogue With the Neck, which deals with the problem of Negros moral rearmament and investment in their cultural fundamental in the current context of globlalization.
The "Black Lives Series" is an exploration of a number of significant Black-American themes and issues that shed light on the state and future of black people in the twenty-first century. Some of these are, black identity, black solidarity, black culture and its triumphs and flaws, black education, incarceration, leadership and more. Kasaun attempts to clear the midst of the flawed perception of race and culture in America and lay down a path for positive change.