SORT BY Relevancy
There has been a lot of talk over the years about the school to prison pipeline and how students as young as third grade are not only written off but prepared for juvenile centers and prison.
We will touch on the school to prison pipeline that sociologists, psychologists and others have been speaking about for so many years, and how it is affecting today's students, particularly children with autism and other disabilities in our schools.
Do you have (or know of someone who has) a child with a disability who has been threatened with arrest or abused at school?
In this episode we will evaluate the School to Prison Pipeline and its impact on the home, school, community and church. A solution oriented discussion will provide listeners with opportunities to develop a diversity perspective and create a plan of action to implement culturally responsive teaching. In order to dismantle the School to Prison Pipeline it is imperative that all stack holders engage in culturally responsive practices.
For today's show, I'm going to talk about how Canada's middle class and economy is growing while our middle class in particular is shrinking. One of the key factors for Canada is their oil boom that they have been experiencing for some time and right now as of today, according to Rasmussen polls support for the construction of the pipeline in the United States is at an all time high. It's not necessarily an automatic turnaround if we build the pipeline, but it will jump start an economy that desperately needs it and provide at minimum tens of thousands of jobs to people who desperately need them. Of course, unfortunately our rigid President would rather play politics and listen to one radical element of his base than help the American people. There's some scary and sad things still going on or not going on with our economy and this and some other moves by the President could put people back to work if he would only do these things. Anyway, that's the show at 4:30 Eastern and archived later.
It snakes through North Texas, buried or in the process of being buried,
drawing little attention for anyone other than the people who live and work
near it.“People should be concerned about this …,” said Rita Beving, a
member of the watchdog group, Public Citizen, and an opponent of the new
Seaway pipeline being placed in parts of North Texas.he Seaway is 500 miles
long, running from Cushing, Okla., to the Texas Gulf Coast..CBS DFW 11
Surveillance and online privacy look to be one of the biggest topics of
conversation at the 2014 SXSW Interactive Festival.On Monday, March 10 at
11:00 am, join us for a conversation between Edward Snowden and
Christopher Soghoian, the principal technologist of the American Civil
Liberties Union. The conversation will be focused on the impact of the NSA's
spying efforts on the technology community, and the ways in which
technology can help to protect us from mass
Vigilancia y privacidad en línea parecen ser uno de los mayores temas deconversación en el 2014 SXSW Interactive Festival.On Lunes, 10 de marzo a las11:00 horas, únase a nosotros para una conversación entre Edward y Snowden Christopher Soghoian , el técnico principal de la American Civil Liberties Union . La conversación se centró en el impacto de la NSA esfuerzos de espionaje en la comunidad de la tecnología , y las formas en quela tecnología puede ayudar a protegernos de la masa surveillance.http :/ / sxsw.com/interactive/news/2014/monday-march-10-edward- snowden -speak - sxsw -interactive - videoconferencia
Tonight on Green Talk Live & More, Chef Moses and Chef Rivera will be discussing the History of the XL pipeline story and its impact on cities in the U.S.. The Chefs will also be giving updates on Protesting, Lobbying, and Activism. It's going down tonight, and as always, the Chefs are gonna drop some knowledge and leave some insight, there's no question. For those of you who are conscious thinkers, this is where you need to be; "Green Talk Live" on "It's Real Talk Radio" tonight at 7PM Eastern Standard Time.
To listen live via phone tonight and every Thursday dial 347-838-9540 on this Thursday and every Thursday at 7PM Eastern Standard Time and if you have a question or comment for the Chefs, press 1 to be brought live on air.
in Real Estate
In this podcast we shall take a look at the "school to prision pipeline" and will soon see that school not only has a direct pipeline to prison, but we shall make people aware of the "other" pipelines that are connected to the school system and how those pipelines are a means for someone to steal your home.
Guests: Brian Lloyd French, author & journalist, joins us for a discussion about the reaction in Canada to the latest Keystone Pipeline delay. We will also hear from Barry Jacobsen, military historian, about the national security implications of the pipeline.
The question is simple: How much longer will the Canadians wait for the US to decide? Will Canada just sell the energy to China and move on?
We will also look at Canada & Latin America free trade agreements. Canada has been busy developing economic ties with Chile and Colombia plus others.
Check out my book:
CUBANOS IN WISCONSIN BY SILVIO CANTO JR
ENVISION THIS: Farmers, ranchers and tribal leaders travelling all the way to Washington DC because the Keystone XL pipeline continues to threaten land, water, climate and tribal rights.
We will be interviewing Bob Klotz and others from 350-Maine live from the Washington Mall where they are supporting the Cowboy Indian Alliance in asking President Obama and Secretary Kerry to make the trip over to the National Mall to meet with them. The decision to delay a decision about the pipeline was made -- supposedly -- to account for the impact of a possible new pipeline route in Nebraska. That makes this the perfect opportunity to sit down and talk with Alliance leaders.
From now until Sunday, Cowboy Indian Alliance members and allies will be holding demonstrations, ceremonies and educational events to tell President Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline. Day one started with lighting a fire that will burn at the center of camp throughout the entire week and pouring water fresh from the Ogallala aquifer—which Keystone XL would cross, and pollute—into the reflecting pool, and marching to the Reject and Protect tipi camp, led in a procession by tribal officials and all 24 riders.
Duncan Reisel of 350.org says “Keystone XL would carry 830,000 barrels a day of the world's dirtiest oil, pumping dozens of coal plants worth of carbon pollution into the air. I can think of no better way to spend Earth Day than with this powerful alliance who have travelled so far to tell President Obama to stop this pipeline once and for all.”
Tribes of Aboriginal Nations Outreach Blogtalk Radio
Welcome to The Round Table.
As promised we will continue talks about the school-to-prison pipeline. It's of extreme important that we understand what is happening within the system we call education. As our offspring continue to be the target to destroy we have to be in position to protect!
Videos- (copy and paste in browser)
Guest: We will discuss the Keystone Pipeline with Canadian author Brian Lloyd French.
Check out his book here!
Check out my book:
CUBANOS IN WISCONSIN BY SILVIO CANTO JR
in Real Estate
House Jacked via The School System
How People Can Steal Your House Using Academic Education
There seems to be a direct connection between the school system, the social services pipeline, and prision pipeline. We shall take a look at the educational system and what proactive steps that we can take to dismantle the from school to social services and prison pipeline.
School to Social Services Pipeline (females)
School to Prison Pipeline (males)
School to Rent Court Pipeline (families)
School to Forclosure Pipeline (families)
School to Family Court Pipeline (familes)
School to Domestic Violence Pipeline (relationships)
Mis-education is the cause and pipeline distinctions are the effect.