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The School-to-Prison Pipeline is identified as a real and intense system in which students find themselves routinely suspended, expelled and often times sent to alternative educational programs or schools. Kids who find themselves in this situation ultimately begin to fall further behind in school, have juvenile contact, and end up in prison.
Join host Hakim Crampton as he reads from Chapter 3 of his book America's Pipeline to Prison.
Rev Harris Launch National Network In Action On Blogtalkradio.
Rev. Floyd D. Harris Jr is the founder of Nationa Network in Action a civil and human rights organization base in Fresno Ca. We will interview Roger Brown who is the Director for the youth in National Network In Action.
Question For Tonight Show:
Why african american youth today are not organizing in there community today?
Why is it so hard for Black organiztions to work together for a better community.
Do you see the future for black youth in america getting better or worse?
You can visit my national web sit at www.nationalnetworkinaction.org or www.westfresno.org.
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Call Rev. Floyd D Harris Jr ( 559 ) 803 - 0286
The Parkinson’s Action Network (PAN) is the unified voice of the Parkinson’s community in the United States, advocating for better treatments and a cure. In partnership with other Parkinson’s organizations and a powerful grassroots network, their mission is to educate the public and government leaders on better policies for research and about issues affecting quality of life for people living with Parkinson’s.
PAN has a unique structure as the one organization in Washington, DC advocating on behalf of the entire Parkinson’s community. Research and innovation, access to care and medications, and data collection on Parkinson’s disease are among its many projects.
About my guests: Michael J. Church, Executive Director, Movers & Shakers, Naples, Florida, and Adrienne O’Neill, M.Div., South Carolina, are both living with the daily challenges of Parkinson’s disease diagnosis, but neither has time for feeling sorry for themselves, instead, they are actively working as their state’s representative to PAN. The issues that fuel their passions, the current activities of the national organization, and opportunities for your involvement, will be the subject of our discussion. “Advocacy is a year round activity undertaken with boldness and commitment to something bigger than ourselves.” Michael J. Church, Fl. State Director.
Have a question for my guests? Call toll free (888) 787-5265 and touch 1 on your phone keypad. Send an email to: email@example.com or @voiceaerobics #Parkinson’s #PAN
Youth Action Adult Ally Hakim Crampton asks tough questions from YARN student co-hosts about the absence of student leadership, the lack of student participation in availble programs, and the lack of insterest in school by students in Middle and High School.
Welcome to National Scouting Report's Blogtalk Radio Show. This show will feature various aspects of college recruiting as Gary Silvers discusses his journey back to NSR. Gary is no stranger to sports as his name is well known on the East Coast. Gary has been a sports editor at several of the biggest newspapers in the country. Gary shares his unique perspective.
The host today is Coach Robert Cagle. Coach Cagle is no stranger to recruiting in all sports. Coach Cagle serves NSR as the National Director of Scouting/Recruiting and Expansion/Development.
Kids & Teachers in The Classroom: How to Build a Working Relationship with featured guest John Brandon, Teacher at Middle School at Parkside
Join us Tuesday 25 November 2015 @ 9:30pm for MHHS-Eyes Wide Open presents:
Principals of Nationality in Action where we will discuss:
What does it mean when family start to close rank?
Prophet Noble Drew Ali said “study, study, study”. Why? He also said watch the newspaper. Why? Because if you are doing what was strongly suggested you would know what is going on. Which way the wind is blowing and what exactly certain actions mean.
Join us tonight as we discuss the current events that in essence is “the writing on the wall”.
We must activate our voice with law and speak with our Writs!!!
Please call 347-945-5899, Press '1' to speak to the Host or listen via the internet @ http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mhhs-eyeswideopen
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A scholar, historian, poet, and social and cultural commentator, Dr. Afua Cooper’s expertise in and contributions to the arts, history, and education were recognized when she was presented in 2005 with the Harry Jerome Award for Professional Excellence, and in 2007 with the Planet Africa Renaissance Award. Afua holds a Ph.D. in Black Canadian Studies and the African Diaspora from the University of Toronto. Her expertise includes African Canadian culture, Black women’s history, gender, slavery, abolition, and freedom, Black literatures, and education. She has conducted research on African-descended people and their culture across Canada, and internationally in Jamaica, France, the United States, Britain, Senegal, and Ethiopia. Her co-authored publication We’re Rooted Here and they Can’t Pull Us Up: Essays in African Canadian Women’s History won the Joseph Brant prize for the best history book. Her ground-breaking book on Canadian slavery, The Hanging of Angelique: The Untold Story of Slavery in Canada and the Burning of Old Montreal was nominated for the Governor General’s award. Afua has curated and worked on six exhibits including, The Underground Railroad, Next Stop Freedom,Enslaved Africans in Upper Canada, and The Transatlantic Slave Trade. In addition, Afua has designed and taught courses on gender, and Black history and culture at several universities. She has also lectured on these topics nationally and internationally. Further, Dr. Cooper served as the co-ordinator and chief knowledge officer of the Ontario Initiative to Commemorate the Bicentenary of the British Slave Trade Abolition, in 2007. Essence Magazine named her as one of the twenty-five women who are shaping the world.
Join student host Ray'Anna as she explores the Options, Obstacles and Goals after High School with guest Ms. Renee "Greatness" Brown. Tune in Live at 3pm Nov 16th by calling 646-787-8151
It's Quartet music at it's best, WED NOV 25, 2015 LIVE 2:00PM TIL 5:00PM from the STUDIO of the NFI Radio Gospel Network, Raleigh N.C. in HD2 sound, with Tight Acoustic Bass. 13 hour a day 7 days a week. were taking Quartet music to another LEVEL, catch the WAVE.
To join us LIVE on our public figure page on facebook, where over 99,000 listeners has access to the page go to NFI Radio Gospel Network, or you can listen by cell phone at 347 215-8049 catch the WAVE.
WED NOV 25, 2015 LIVE 11:00AM TIL 2:00PM from the STUDIO of the NFI Radio Gospel Network, Raleigh N.C. in HD2 sound, with Tight Acoustic Bass. 13 hour a day 7 days a week, were taking Quartet music to another LEVEL catch the WAVE.
Station number 347 215-8049 you can also listen LIVE on our public figure page on facebook, at NFI Radio Gospel Network where over 99,000 listeners has access to the page.