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Youth Action Adult Ally Hakim Crampton asks tough questions from YARN student co-hosts about the absence of student leadership, the lack of student participation in availble programs, and the lack of insterest in school by students in Middle and High School.
The School-to-Prison Pipeline is identified as a real and intense system in which students find themselves routinely suspended, expelled and often times sent to alternative educational programs or schools. Kids who find themselves in this situation ultimately begin to fall further behind in school, have juvenile contact, and end up in prison.
Join host Hakim Crampton as he reads from Chapter 3 of his book America's Pipeline to Prison.
Youth Action Michigan, with Chapters in Detroit, Ypsilanti and Jackson is dedicated to organizing students to address, challenge and be a voice against School Push Out, Zero Tolerance Policies and the School-To-Prison Pipeline. Through Youth Action Radio, students from accross Michigan will take up important topics to kids in schools, give youth a voice to insert their ideas, proposed solutions and experiences in School. Youth Action Michigan (formerly Youth Voice & Youth Power Michigan) is a youth driven program launched by The Student Advocacy Center of Michigan. For more info about Youth Action Michigan, visit www.studentadvocacycenter.org
YOUTH IN ACTION “CONNECTING TO OUR YOUTH” As the next generation takes over our communities, are they prepared to overcome obstacles and endure life trials? How does the community entice the youth of tomorrow to embrace opportunities and finish the race to accomplish their goals and dreams? Today, Youth In Action Radio brings youth ranging from ages 11 to 16 discussing issues currently faced daily. Alonzo Williams, Brandon Williams, Braylon Armstead, Janecia Wilburn, James Martin, Jamarion Howard and Da’Mon Armstead speak with youth co-host, Donnell Johnson and Mikah Clark bringing awareness to their community. “FOR EVERY YOUTH SAVED, THE COMMUNITY IS SERVED FRUIT FROM THE TREE MOST WATERED AND NURTURED.” -Dr. Katheryn Clark-Thompson
Join co-hosts Eric Komoroff (www.communityofunity.org) and Dr. Jason Stein (iRyze.com) in a discussion about today's youth and the current thoughts and practices of testing in today's schools. Do these tests really work as a true indicator of a child's knowledge? It is good to rely so heavily on test results? Are school children actually learning? These are some of what will be discussed in this episode.
Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your supporting Host for Art of Understanding Medical Professionals on Friday's. Maria Iliou is Reading Anthony Gregory Story, given you an update of Anthony who in Hospital.
Art of Understanding inner circle of supports for your Health...finding right doctors who understands who is listening to your voice, your thoughts, you feeling / as you know your own body , also supporting your son or your daughter health, become they voice is inportanting for your child who is an adult, your child to be respected with understanding give them best care ..for any one / Net-Working is important
Ohio made tremendous strides in reducing the number of kids locked up in state correctional facilities and addressing the mental and behavioral health issues of youth. Bring Youth Home, a new report by the Juvenile Justice Coalition (JJC), highlights these advances. On this episode of Quick Take Ohio, Erin Davies, Executive Director of JJC discusses the report's findings and takeaways for other states.
Our last series of the year is for you! We're getting religious, and we're getting real. Join us for our Evangelism Series! It's the realest Evangelism Series you've ever seen..
First up.. Minister Mike Burger will join the crew to discuss the Church's approach to the Youth. Is there a window for which people are impressionable and open-minded towards religion? When's the window close? How can we get there before it does?! And who are we competing with exactly?
The Season Finale Survey was revealed last week: Who's your Best Black Comedian of All Time?
Join us this week for "Why Youth Hate Church" on The Erik Terrell Show..
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Tune in Tonight with my guest Monet Forte'-Wilson, Director of Program Development.
This is a Youth Program that continues to Work and Parents and the Community are involved and the students are dedicated to the Team and the services they contribute to various communities outside of playing football and cheering!
The Calumet City Chargers Youth Cheer & Football Program is the largest and most successful program of the Tomorrows Youth Foundation, Inc.
Our goal is to develop well rounded young men and women who learn not only the fundamentals of football and cheer, but also the importance of education, in an atmosphere favorable to developing sound mind, body and character while having a good time along the way. We practice the ideals of sportsmanship, scholarship, and physical fitness. Our program stresses self-discipline, teamwork, concentration, friendship, leadership, and good sportsmanship. We do our best to ensure each student athlete is utilized to his/her utmost potential and their talents are used for the best advantage of the team. The team comes before the individual.
The Calumet City Chargers is a founding member of the Chicago Southtown United Youth Football League. Our national youth cheer & football program is also a developmental partner of USA Football and we are proud to have football phenom, Garrett Wolfe, as our USA Football Ambassador. We are a community partner of the Israel Idonije Foundation, Keith Rucker's Reach 4 The Sky Foundation, and a member of Beta Alpha Mu Cheer Incorporated.
Call in and talk to my guest, Monet Forte'-Wilson Call in number ~ 1.646.668.2749
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