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Everything w/Kathy B, Tyrone Mitchell, Alison Sheppard, Cheryl Phoenix Henry

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Source Nation! Join us tonight for Power Over Tomorrow with our Resident Financial Advisor, Tyrone S. Mitchell, World News with Host Ami Smith and The Great Griot with Host K.LaShea

At 6, Tyrone discusses-Economic Outcome and Your Income. How global financial markets can influence prices at your local markets.

At 7:15- It's Lupus Awareness Month so join Ami Smith as she welcomes, Alison Sheppard in to the studio to share with us, All About Lupus.

At 8:15 Cheryl Phoenix Henry

The term "school to prison pipeline, was first used in the USA, however it is becoming increasingly used and recgonised in the UK. Many parents and carers are all to aware of what can only be described as the systematic way in which children are being "pushed" out of the education system. When speaking with these children and young people they often say, that they are made to feel less than their peers, they feel picked on and that they are treated differently then other students. There have even been reports on direct & verbal racial abuse, met out by teachers towards black children. It has been well documented that Black children do far better academically in school when they are between the ages of five to eleven years. There is growing concern amongst academics and parents at the large rate in which black children are forced out of school at very important stages of their academic lives. It has also been well documented in the mainstream press that teachers have admitted to "marking down the work of black students", they have admitted to having low expectations of black students, so tend to ignore them in class. When a child reacts to what they often see as being ignored or treated differently they are severly reprimanded, for at times, minor offences which their peers are simply given a warning or in house reprimand for. 

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