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Sharla Harris - ALienated from her 20-month old son and 4-year old daughter from 1991 to 2007
Andrew Falker is a surviving child of aliention from 2003? to 2013, and now has a 12-year old brother being alienated in Singapore
Bruse Vespar, leading group actvist who may be able to help you file motions and help you get involved with your local Senators and group events, rallys.
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest host is Barbara Ochoa from San Francisco, a returning NAASCA family member who has been with us several times. That's because Barbara (aka Petra Luna) has a special mission, one which we share with her here at NAASCA. Each year for the past three years, Barbara has produced a series of events celebrating what's become known as Male Abuse Awareness Week (MAAW -- the first week of December). Each year, recognizing that young males have an especially tough time even talking about being abused as kids, Barbara reaches out to this frequently undeserved group with videos, music events, dance and special guest appearances (Help4Guys.org). She encourages victims of abuse to seek help, justice and recovery through her music and nonprofit organization, the P.Luna Foundation. Barbara will be joined tonight by her guests Patrick Donaldson and DeWayne Watts. Patrick is engaged in revealing Male Military Spouse abuse issues and manages the web site www.MachoSpouse.com. DeWayne is the author of several books including the novels "The Boy in The Wood" and "David's Mark" and writes a blog at www.DeWayneWatts.com, where one can keep up to date on all his current projects. Join us to discuss these and other issues pertaining to Male Abuse Awareness Week.
This devotional study designated for Wednesday November 26th is a continuation of a series of studies that will explore the significance and relevance of Proverbs 18:10 in the life of a child of God. This series of studies will challenge every Christian to put their sole trust in the Lord, the Bishop of their soul and the Captain of their salvation!
The Natural Law Show...
Who owns the IEP process? Hear some insight from a special needs mom who's also a special education teacher.
Parents don't always realize how much work goes into an IEP, or how challenging it is for the teachers who write them.
Teachers don't always appreciate how lost parents can feel through the whole process.
Kids rarely get the full spectrum of services that will make for the most enriching educational experience possible.
Parents have to be the final driving force in the education of their child, because the only thing that will follow a child from pre-k to graduation is that IEP file and parental guidance.
Be sure to check out the IEP Aide from Vestidd, which will guide you through the important information on that IEP, and will allow you to store all of that paperwork easily, so that you can be the driving force and let that IEP grow with your child.
Learn more at www.vestidd.com
Policy solutions and hope. That is what I hope to offer. I share with you the keynote speech from Friday evening's training event, Peggy Flanagan, Exec. Dir of Children's Defense Fund.
Yesterday it was announced that the Grand Jury in Ferguson decided to not indict the officer responsible for the death of Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager who was shot six times by that police officer who claimed that he feared for his life.
A little less than 8,245 days ago I wrote a poem entitled, "Never Again" because I was in Los Angeles at a Laker game the night the riots started. And, as the days went on, I was getting a little tired of the pundits giving space to Pres. Bush who called the rioters, "thugs and crooks."
Rioting is wrong, but let's keep King's words in mind as we witness the reaction to the decision in Ferguson.
Martin Luther King --- as quoted by Amy Goodman on Democracy's Now coverage posted on youtube.com today: "It is not enough for me to stand before you tonight and condemn riots. It would be morally irresponsible for me to do that without, at the same time, condemning the contingent, intolerable conditions that exist in our society. These conditions are the things that cause individuals to feel that they have no other alternative than to engage in violent rebellions to get attention. And I must say tonight that a riot is the language of the unheard."
ACLU - Sign the Petition: https://www.aclu.org/secure/DOJ-racial-profiling?ms=fb_141124_racialjustice
Tell Congress: Pass HR5478 - the ‘‘Stop Militarizing Law Enforcement Act’’
LOCALLY: Is your police department like mine? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKPaiKvqsYQ
FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) _ Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says more than 2,200 National Guardsmen will be in place in the region near Ferguson on Tuesday night in the event of more violence.
He said Tuesday that hundreds more will be deployed to Ferguson, where fires and looting erupted Monday night after word that a grand jury decided not to indict a white police officer who fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown.
The rest will be in a position to respond rapidly, if needed.
Nixon says 700 guardsmen were in the area on Monday night, when more than a dozen buildings were set on fire and otherwise vandalized.
Ferguson’s mayor said earlier in the day that the National Guard wasn’t deployed quickly enough as violent protests broke out.
ISPS Radio Show with ISPS ITALY DIRECTOR SALVATORE BERNARDO
Joseph N. Velasquez, with 20 plus years combined government and private practice experience in corporate/general counsel business law, international law and civil litigation. Joseph is also the founder and CEO of OjoOido.com PBC and OjoOido-Academics.com LLC, enterprises exclusively dedicated towards overcoming the obstacles that inhibit the academic success of the Latino youth in our country. Throughout his professional legal career Joseph has maintained a passionate interest in innovative educational programs designed to strengthen under-resourced Latino student's ability to succeed in challenging academic environments.
Joseph has extensive experience in K-12 education and higher education. He was a member of the California Mini-Corps Program; an elementary teacher in the Los Angeles School District’s Bilingual Program; an elementary teacher in the Culver City Unified School District's Spanish Immersion Program; peer counselor in the University of Southern California's Learning Skills and Development Center; and, Joseph has been a university administrator of campus-based programs at both private and public institutions. He served as the Director of the USC Norman Topping Student Aid Fund and the Director of the Academic Support Referral Center at San Jose State University.
Joseph holds a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Southern California, a Civil Litigation Mediation Certificate from the University of Texas at Austin, and a California Multiple Subject Bilingual Teaching Credential (expired) from California State University, Dominguez Hills.