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The juvenile justice and criminal justice systems ensnare far too many black and brown boys and men. Increasingly, women are caught in this dangerous web too. On this episode of Know-It-All, we are exploring the contours of some of the barriers to mental health and developmental wellness for communities of color that can lead to mass incarceration.
Dr. Troy Waller is a licensed professional counselor with 15 years of counseling experience. He explains the implications of the breaks in various systems - education, criminal justice, and health care - that keep those systems from adequately protecting and serving black and brown people. He'll share his insights about how these systemic failures manifest and show up in the lives of adults, no matter their socioeconomic status.
Host Allison R. Brown is a civil rights attorney and founder of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans and promotes equity in education in compliance with federal civil rights law.
There is much discussion about the role that mental health issues have played in schools and communities that have been impacted by recent college campus shootings and other school shootings.
On this week's Know-It-All: The ABCs of Education, join us for an informative conversation with George Washington University Associate Professor of Counseling, Dr. Sam Steen. School counselors address mental health issues that arise and also support students' healthy social, emotional, and academic development.With his expertise and research on group counseling, Dr. Steen has identified key counseling strategies, particularly group counseling, that can produce positive outcomes for individuals inside schools and in communities as a whole. Dr. Steen will share with us his enlightening perspective on the benefits and necessity of having counselors and other mental health professionals in the school environment.
Host Allison R. Brown is a civil rights attorney and President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans and promotes equity in education.
Eighty-two people were shot in Chicago over the July 4th weekend. Fourteen of those people died. Most of the victims were Black and Latino men.
Dr. Roger A. Mitchell has made it his personal crusade to put an end to the senseless violence that consumes far too many sons and brothers, daughters and sisters, and that lays waste to entire communities. Named by Mayor Vincent Gray in Washington, DC as Chief Medical Examiner earlier this year after a stint as Regional Medical Examiner in New Jersey, Dr. Mitchell is breathing life into his unique profession of forensic pathology by sharing vital information with communities and invigorating a movement that had lost its focus. He talks to us about his heavy charge as Chief Medical Examiner, about his mission to save Black lives, and about his forthcoming memoir, The Price of Freedom: A Son's Journey.
Host Allison R. Brown is a civil rights attorney and the President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates racial equity plans and promotes racial equity, particularly in education.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a puzzle. While the number of people diagnosed with ADHD is on the rise, there is still debate about whether ADHD is a real disorder, and debate about whether people, children especially, with ADHD should be prescribed medication to treat their symptoms. Despite the debates, there does seem to be a link between the symptoms of ADHD and mass-produced foods with lots of sodium, sugar, chemicals, and other additives.
Dr. Rachel V. Gow is a neuroscientist whose expertise is ADHD, and particularly the impact of food, diet, and nutrition on the development and treatment of ADHD. She'll help us sort through the puzzle that is ADHD and talk about the importance of nutrition for children with ADHD and for all of us.
Know-It-All Host, Allison R. Brown, is a civil rights attorney and President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans and works with entities to promote equity in education.
Research has demonstrated that diversity among academic researchers, who typically have Ph.D.s, is much needed in order to ensure success and progress in the scholarship they produce. Recent collaborations between academic researchers and practitioners have brought that need to bear.
Dr. Shireen Lewis founded SisterMentors because of her own arduous journey to get a Ph.D. and her determination that other women of color would not have to travel that road alone. She talks with us about the importance of racial diversity in higher education, why the dissertation is the most difficult and most fulfilling part of the Ph.D. quest, and what needs to be done to grow Ph.D.s in and among our own communities.
Host Allison R. Brown is a civil rights attorney and owner of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans and promotes equity in compliance with federal civil rights law.
Jenny Brown is the award-winning director and head of strategy of JBS Financial Strategists, a boutique financial planning company in Melbourne that specialises in SMSFs and personal risk insurance. She’s also proudly the 2013 AFA Financial Adviser of the Year and the FSSmileys Scholar of the Year. Jenny offers more than 22 years’ experience in the financial planning industry. Her business is about building relationships, which has enabled her to grow JBS into the thriving and progressive practice it is today, backed by a lively and dedicated team of advisers and specialists. Her great passions are social media and networking, but she’s equally driven to help women in business and sits on several business advisory boards.
Mary & Vertasha Carter appear to be like any other loving Mother & Daughter when you see them in the photo of them that is circulating around the internet to accompany their story.
Since they don't appear out of the ordinary one would have to ask why is their story circulating or rather going viral over the internet?
Well, looks can be deceiving and if you haven't run across this bizarre tale on your own or had it forwarded it to you by a friend, then allow me to tell you what it's supposed to be all about.
Mary & Vertasha Carter are both lesbians - Mother & Daughter both - but in 2014 that isn't as shocking as it would have been fifty years ago but what truly bedazzles the mind is that they are an incestuous Mother/Daughter Lesbian lover couple!
First Lady Davis, Mahogany Brown and LanceScurv go in on this one hard and if you want to truly be entertained and pissed off at the same time then don't miss this one!
Breaking News Journal is bringing to you the one and only Sheila Raye Charles. Yes she is the daughter of icon and legend Ray Charles.
Accomplished Writer/Composer,acoustic Jazz, Gospel, Soul artist, committed to "Raising The Bar" by spreading a message of Love and Hope. Daughter of legendary father, Ray Charles. www.SheilaRayeCharles.com
Sheila Jean Robinson was born in Los Angeles California to Ray Charles Robinson and Sandra Jean Betts.
Sheila Raye experienced loneliness as a child and began to run away from home at the age of 15.
It was her THIRD stint in federal prison that Sheila credits with saving her life and when she made her peace with God and with herself.
Upon her release from prison, Sheila Raye felt her calling to show other lost men and women how to reclaim their lives by being very transparent about her own difficult journey. In 2007, she started the “ONE WAY UP PRISON MINISTRY”, and spends much of her time traveling to prisons across the country singing and talking to the men and women.
Acoustic Jazz, Gospel and R & B with lyrics that deliver the personal journey of her life and her relationship with her father.
Today, Charles is called upon to provide skin tingling renditions of her father’s best known songs from America the Beautiful to Hit The Road Jack to Georgia from jazz festivals to embassy parties to clubs and places of worship.
As an entertaining and engaging vocalist, writer and Author, Sheila Raye is able to inspire her audiences with stories of her drug addiction challenges and recovery, to her spiritual journey and personal growth while delivering HOPE through her music.
Tanille is the co-author and creator of the children's green book series "Jordan & Justine's Weekend Adventures." She is also the author of the new media young adult novels with music "Cameo by Tanille," and “Broken by Tanille.”
The Undercover Starlet Journal is a title Tanille created to inspire young women and has extended Undercover Starlet into brand extensions that appear throughout her novels.
Tanille has been writing music and books since age 16. She earned an MBA at 21 and graduated magna cum laude.
Readers of her latest young adult romance novel “Broken by Tanille” get free music downloads of her new Pop R&B hits "All of Me," “Feel It,” “Baby Comeback to Me,” “It’s Not Okay,” and "What's a Girl to Do" all written, performed and co-produced by Tanille.
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