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On a single night in January 2014, 578,424 people were experiencing homelessness — meaning they were sleeping outside or in an emergency shelter or transitional housing program. From 2013 to 2014, a period of ongoing recovery from the Great Recession, overall homelessness decreased by 2.3 percent and homelessness decreased among every major subpopulation: unsheltered persons (10 percent), families (2.7 percent), chronically homeless individuals (2.5 percent), and veterans (10.5 percent).
34 states had decrease in overall homelessness, while 17 states saw increases. 40 states had decreases in the number of people living in unsheltered locations, including the street, cars, and abandoned buildings.
The national rate of homelessness fell to 18.3 homeless people per 10,000 people in the general population, but the rate in individual states ranged from 120 in Washington, D.C. to 7 in Mississippi.
The rate of veteran homelessness continued its descent of the past several years to 25.5 homeless veterans per 10,000 veterans in the general population, but the rate in individual states ranged from 146 in Washington, D.C. to 9 in Virginia.
The majority of states had decreases in every major subpopulation: family homelessness (32 states), chronically homeless individuals (27 states), and veteran homelessness (28 states).
This Sunday on Cruz Inc Radio, the amazing and talent cast of "The Face Of Homeless"
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Life can change in an instance and you could be the face of the homeless. It is more than a play
...it is the portrayal of Life!
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Equal pay is a family issue. Women make up nearly half of the U.S. labor force and are a growing number of breadwinners in their families. More women are also working in positions and fields that have been traditionally occupied by men. When women are not paid fairly, not only do they suffer, but so do their families.
Despite passage of the Equal Pay Act of 1963, which requires that men and women in the same work
Pastor Connie is the founder of Encouraging the Heart, Woman to Woman Ministries, whose mission is to encourage, empower, educate and equip women to pursue their dreams and visions. She is the author of the life changing book entitled Grow Girl, Turning Your Stumbling Blocks Into Stepping Stones. Pastor Connie is married to Pastor Kenneth Bivens for more than 34 years. Together they have four sons, three daughter in love, three grandsons, and three granddaughters.
Pastor Connie is a 1995 graduate of Sacramento Theological Seminary and Bible College. She serves the Body of Christ as a Certified Life Coach and Pastors alongside her husband at Greater New Birth Family Outreach Ministries, Cordele, Georgia. While Pastor Connie's heart is toward women, her desire is to be used by God providing encouragement as God brings healing, deliverance and salvation to men, women, boys and girls everywhere. Pastor Connie is the South Georgia/California Director of Women of Power, Inc.
This week's show is a replay of an interview with Duval County School Board's Beth Tramel and Sponsor Melissa Hong as they discuss the upcoming MEDWeek Celebration in Jacksonville. NABWIC supports National Minority Enterprise Development Week (MEDWeek) as it is celebrated all across the country. Join us for MEDWeek celebration in Jacksonville on :.
Thursday, September 17th 11:30am to 1:30pm
The First Coast Business Alliance (FCBA) will be hosting a luncheon in recognition of the 2015 Minority Economic Development (MED) Week.
Dr. Carlton Lamar Robinson
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Today is 1 September, 2015 We are starting the last quarter of the year of 2015 and today we are having a show with Stephanie Ruscigno who is hosting the show this evening dealing with Womens issues, Military Sexual Trauma and PTSD. These are the issues that we are dealing with today on the show.
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50 YEARS LATER WHERE ARE THEY NOW? From Watts to What? Members of SCFIW – Student Committee For Improvement In Watts circa 1962-1966, reflect on their memories of Watts, the riots and what it meant to their lives and the world.
Supported by a fierce Irish woman, Ms. Sue Welsh, this team of young people demonstrated courage beyond the limits of what living in a ghetto meant coming of age in the early 60’s. They realized the Power of Manifesting your vision, a term not coined back in the 1960’s. They lived out their vision YOUNG PEOPLE CAN AND DO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
Many continued their educational pursuits by attending and graduating from colleges and universities across the nation. They are Professionals of every caliber who were first incubated in the womb of SCFIW. They continued to expand their visions and contributions to the world.
The world has evolved from being a ghetto to truly being a global human village.
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Our hope, with Miscarriage Matters Radio, is that it will encourage dialogue around pregnancy and early infant loss, while also increasing awareness. It is so important to give loss survivors the ability to empower themselves by speaking their truth. We encourage you to call in, and be active with us. Gone are the days of feeling alone, and hiding in the shadows. You are NOT alone. Your baby matters, and you matter. Call in and join the discussion.
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Don Weatherspoon was a walk on football player who wanted to join the Michigan State Spartans in a year when they were destined for greatness. Here's the kicker...he made the team as a defensive tackle...and they went on to win the NCAA National Championship. That was grit and determination. Well, flash forward about 50 years and you'll find Don Weatherspoon having earned a doctorate and compiled a long and distinguished career in law enforcement, education and in senior positions in state government; and landed in a role as a member of the Michigan Liquor Control Commission. Don was asked if he would have any interest in serving as emergency manager of a deeply troubled public school system...he says yes. Soon thereafter, Governor Snyder appoints him emergency manager of the Muskegon Heights Public Schools. Kamilia Landrum is a current member of the National Board of Directors for the NAACP. She joined the Board in February of 2012 and became Vice Chair of the National Youth Work Committee, a member of the Finance and Audit Committees respectively, and was most recently appointed as Vice Chair of the Image Awards Committee. Locally, she is Co-Advisor to the Detroit NAACP Youth Council and Chair of the Detroit Branch NAACP Young Adult Committee. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Florida A&M University. She served as Chair of the Fight for Freedom Fund Banquet for the FAMU Chapter of the NAACP, and Treasurer of the Beta Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She is also pursuing her Masters of Public Administration at Wayne State.