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On This Episode of The Anthony & B.Fly Show we will be talking with Gaetane Borders of Peas in Their Pods as we discuss the huge epidemic of missing youth, especially our black youth that constantly grows. Often times alot of our missing black youth are not reported in the media, so most people are not aware that these kids are missing and they could be right their in their community.Today we will discuss what we as parents, and communities can do to help bring so many missing children back home to their families!
About Gaetane Borders: With her bubbly and feisty personality, Gaétane is able to reach a broad audience. Her experience is diverse, and her passion is unparalleled. As one of Georgia's highly acclaimed School Psychologists, Gaétane has devoted her life to making an impact in the lives of families. She is an advocate of children rights, and works tirelessly to help parents achieve healthy, harmonious, and emotionally stable environments for children. As President of Peas in Their Pods, Gaétane helps to spread awareness about the epidemic of child abduction, and aims to arm parents with the knowledge necessary to prevent such tragedies.
Her dedication to empowering parents has made her sought after, as she is often asked to contributute her expertise on radio shows, magazines and television programs. She has been featured on the Maury Povich Show, CNN News Room, CBS The Early Show, Real Savvy Moms, and has written articles for Essence.com, and various other publications. Gaétane is also a regular contributor to the Nancy Grace Show. As a frequent guest parenting expert on Fox's The Morning Show, Gaétane shared effective parenting techniques that resonated with the viewers.
Sisters: Real Talk!
Too Many Missing Children!
Avonte Oquendo has been missing for thirty-three days in a city with over 8 million people...
yet nobody saw him?
Everyday on Facebook and Instagram there are dozens of posts and photos of missing children; the majority of them girls.
Ariel Castro kept three girls captive for years right under the noses of their community.
How do we keep our children safe?
Do they have too much freedom and responsibility?
Are they running away or being abducted?
What are we doing wrong? What are we missing? Are we ignoring the cries for help?
What happened to the nosy neighbor that
watched everything and saw everything?
Is no one questioning or reporting when they see a child alone or with a person with whom they are obviously uncomfortable?
Let's talk about it!
Join the #MurchisonGirls tonight for some facts, statistics and safety measures. And an open discussion about how we as a community can do a better job at keeping our children safe.
And you know we are going to recap Election Day 2013!
Don't forget...we want to hear from you!!!
Call in: 646-478-3270
The National Women’s Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation (NWCAVE) and our partners at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children will Take 25 every Sunday in May on “Voices for Justice.” Join the conversation every Sunday 6-7pm ET / 3-4pm PT at www.blogtalkradio.com/nwcave. Guests each week will include: Staff and leaders at NCMEC, families of missing children, survivors and more!
Hosts:Michelle Bart, President of NWCAVEShelley Shaffer, Director of the NWCAVE Missing Persons Division Online chat: www.blogtalkradio.com/nwcave Call in to speak with the host and guests: (917) 932-8962
Thirty years ago, police could enter information about stolen cars, stolen guns, even stolen horses into the FBI's crime database – but not stolen children. Several tragic cases began to awaken the nation to the problem that there was no coordinated national system for addressing missing children cases. In 1979, 6-year-old Etan Patz vanished from a New York street on his way to school. Over the next several years, 29 children and young adults were found murdered in Atlanta. Then in 1981, 6-year-old Adam Walsh was abducted from a Florida shopping mall and later found brutally murdered.
When Adam first disappeared, his parents, John and Revé Walsh, turned to law enforcement to help find their son. To their disbelief, there was no coordinated effort among law enforcement to search for Adam on a state or national level and no organization to help them in their desperation. In 1981, and in response to their tragedy, the Walshs established the Adam Walsh Outreach Center for Missing Children in Florida to serve as a national resource for other families with missing children.
As the national movement grew, Congress enacted the Missing Children's Act in 1982 which enabled the entry of missing child information into the FBI's National Crime Information Center database, known as NCIC. Former President Ronald Reagan officially opened the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® in 1984, and in 1990 the Adam Walsh Outreach Center merged with NCMEC..
THREE FLORIDA BLACK GIRLS HAVE COME UP MISSING IN THE TAMPA , FLORIDA AREA IN THE PAST 24 HOURS AND ONE OF THEM IS PRESUMED FOUND DECEASED. WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY IS IT TO LOOK AFTER AND SEARCH FOR OUR CHILDREN AND WHO REALLY CARES THAT OUR CHILDREN ARE MISSING. WHAT ARE THE BLACK MEN GOING TO DO TO PROTECT OUR FUTURE.....CALL IN TO SHARE IN THE MOST VITAL TOPIC.....646-716-5971
MP Talk Radio will be discussing fradulent non-profit orginzations, private Investigatos and psychics. We will let you know what you need to look for and what credentials you need to ask for when working with any non-profit, psychics and private investigators.
There are countless stories of families being taken advantage of during the time their loved one has gone missing. People prowl on the families and give all families false hopes. It's time that the families know what to look for and what questions to ask.
Donald M. Edwards
Blog Talk Radio I'm going to be aired at 12
p.m. Today it's about missing persons my
Sister who is the missing for 2 weeks and
I'm going to be broadcasting for
guess call in on the radio station at 1
646-478-5078 so if you have some one that
missing around the DNV just call in less
talk about it.
Family members brothers sisters fathers
mothers love once so let's talk about it and
see if we get anything moving in finding
DC Maryland and Virginia here is a photo of my twin who has been missing for 8 days now. She was last seen in Southeast Washington by the 51 liquor store in Southeast Washington DC or around 55th and East Capitol Street Southeast Washington DC. if anybody knows the whereabouts of Diane M.Edwards…
DC Maryland and Virginia here is a photo of my twin who
has been missing for 5 to 8 days now. She was last seen
in Southeast Washington by the 51 liquor store in
Southeast Washington DC or around 55th and East Capitol
Street Southeast Washington DC. if anybody knows the ...
whereabouts of Diane M.Edwards age 58 Call (202)727-9909
or 240-516-8033 She is missing with mental challenges.