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  • 01:16

    Student Voice – NCEBC on Strengthening Our Village’s Strongest Asset

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    In preparation for the NCEBC 2015 Youth Speak Out next month and overwhelming urgency to address crimes against our youth in a pro-active, positive, and effective way. NCEBCTalkRadio welcomes Larry Young, Ph.D. (Director of Elementary Education, MSD of Pike Township) and Dr. Jeffry Woods, Youth Speak Out Committee Member along with three Youth voice leaders from accross the country.


    This show will be hosted by Mr. Kamau Jywanza, NCEBCTalkRadio "Gift from the Elders to the Next Generation" Co-host.


    Together they will,



    Highlight/promote the MSD Pike Youth Speak Out (event geared toward students of color)
    Connect Youth Speak Out goals and/outcomes to the NCEBC National Convention
    Discuss: Preparing to hear from the youth, facilitating the conversation, empowering action
    Provide specific “action items” for youth groups who intend to advocate for their education etc.


    Would you join us?

  • 01:31

    PART II: "The Great Atlanta Massacre" (Educators Under Attack)

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    On Monday, June 8 join NCEBCTalkRadio host Dr. Eric Cooper, Dr. Nicole McZeal-Walters, and NCEBC Executive Director, Mrs. Diana Daniels at 10AM ET for PART II of our series. Click the "LISTEN NOW" button or dial 714-242-5228 to listen or participate via phone.


    Our Special Guests for this show are: Attorney Teresa Mann and Attorney Gerald Griggs - legal representatives for Dr. Sharon Davis Williams and Mrs. Angela Williamson.


    We'll discuss:



    How has Georgia stretched their RICO law to include education? How many other states have education in their state RICO laws? What are the implications of RICO, for educators, unions, or any organization, even churches?

    Comprehensive School Reform Plan

    The 2008 NAEP scores

    The plan for appeal 


    NCEBC wants to welcome the full village to question, understand, and support these martyrs who are standing on the basic democratic principles of equity, fairness, and justice. It is important (if not, vital) that we have this conversation to continue to dispel the myth that black children are incapable of achieving high test scores.


     


    "We believe in accountability. We believe that data drives decision-making. We believe in research-based practices. These principles have been used for generations by high performing schools, principals and Superintendents; especially those working and succeeding in urban communities were poverty and race are the dominant elements. This conversation is about the politics, power, economics, and restructuring of a public school system into a charter school system."


    Diana Daniels, Executive Director, National Council on Educating Black Children


    Click the "LISTEN LIVE" button or dial 714-242-5228 to listen or participate via phone.

  • 01:27

    "The Great Atlanta Massacre" (Educators Under Attack)

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    By now, you are aware of the 11 Educators in the Atlanta Public School System who were found guilty under the "Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Ac (RICO). What you probably don't know, are the facts as recorded by those involved. (Click to download "20 Facts about the Great Atlanta Massacre of Black Educators")


    NCEBC wants to welcome the full village to question, understand, and support these martyrs who are standing on the basic democratic principles of equity, fairness, and justice. It is important (if not, vital) that we have this conversation to continue to dispel the myth that black children are incapable of achieving high test scores.


    "We believe in accountability. We believe that data drives decision-making. We believe in research-based practices.These principles have been used for generations by high performing schools, Principals and Superintendents; especially those working and succeeding in urban communities where poverty and race are the dominant elements.This conversation is about the politics, power, economics, and restructuring of a public school system into a charter school system."


    Diana Daniels, Executive Director National Council on Educating Black Children


    Join NCEBCTalkRadio on Monday June 1 and June 8 at10AM ET for a special two part series. Click the "LISTEN LIVE" button or dial 714-242-5228 to listen or participate via phone. 

  • 01:01

    Reclaiming the Village: "The State of Black America"

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    On Monday, February  23, 2015, at 10:00am ET,  we conclude our 6 week series on "The State of Black America: 50 Years after the 1965 Voting Rights Act."


    This episode of NCEBCTalkRadio features special guest Larry Humes and Ron Jackson are the coordinators of Reclaiming the Village (RTV). RTV is a program of the (Indiana) Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County (HHC) External Affairs Department that prides itself on helping young males transition from adolescence to adulthood. The program provides young males with the knowledge, skills and opportunities to grow through weekly activities based on the seven life principles. Program coordinators Larry Humes and Ron Jackson conduct the Reclaiming the Village program in numerous sites throughout Marion County. The Reclaiming the Village program is under the direction of Gregory W. Porter, Vice President of External Affairs, HHC.


    Join show host Mr. Kamau Jywanza for this exciting broadcast.


    NCEBC will host this conversation with an "Open Mic" approach. We want to hear the voices of our emerging new leadership.....Voices of The Next Millennium. Education, Social Justice, Mass Incarcerations, Health Care, Voting Rights and Labor are topics to be explored. We invite our entire listening audience to participate in the conversation on Twitter, Facebook, text, phone call and email.  

  • 01:01

    AERA and the Movement Toward Justice

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    On Monday, May 18, 2015, we invite you to join us for a discussion with Joyce E. King, President of the American Educational Research Association.


    Since 2004 Professor King has been on the faculty at Georgia State University, where she holds the Benjamin E. Mays Endowed Chair of Urban Teaching, Learning and Leadership. Her research interests include the role of cultural knowledge, curriculum change, and global education.


    Professor King chaired the AERA Commission on Research in Black Education (CORIBE) and became editor of the resulting volume, Black Education: A Transformative Research and Action Agenda for the New Century, published in 2005 for AERA by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. This volume examined the knowledge base, presented findings, and offered new directions for research and practice in Black education and across diverse communities.


    Tune in and enjoy the worldly insights of Host, Dr. Eric Cooper meshed with the culturally-astute and melodious tone of co-host, Dr. Nicole McZeal Waters in an engaging "Open Mic" dialogue. We want to hear the voices of our emerging new leadership.....Voices of The Next Millennium. Education, Social Justice, Mass Incarcerations, Health Care, Voting Rights and Labor are topics to be explored.

  • 01:22

    NCEBC Drum Majors: Achieving Excellence For AA Students

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    The NCEBC means business!  When it comes to the prioritized focus on the academic excellence of African American students, particularly black boys, the NCEBC has a laser focus…and YOU are a necessary part of the strategy for improvement.   On March 4 NCEBCTalkRadio hosts will welcome an all-star line-up of NCEBC “DRUM-MAJORS”.  Meet: Dr. Pamela Short-Powell, a stellar African American female Superintendent from California; Mr. Gene McCallum, one of the founders of NCEBC and masterminds behind the NCEBC trademark (and effective) “Black Male Action Plan”; Mr. Michael Dennis, Moderator of this year’s Youth Summit and College Fair; and Dr. Ivory Toldson, who will “drop some science” on our listeners with a keen overview of the research and data that drives the work of the NCEBC Annual Convention. As an Urban or African American community member, you don’t want to miss this!

  • 01:01

    Facts and Myths: The School to Prison Pipeline

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    In February 2013, NCEBC launched NCEBCTalkRadio with a weekly radio show as a resource for urban educators, parents, and members of the "Community Faculty". The worldly insights of Host, Dr. Eric Cooper meshed with the culturally-astute and melodious tone of co-host, Dr. Nicole McZeal Waters in what became somewhat of an instant hit! Early shows welcomed the likes of Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond (Stanford University), Dr. Yvette Jackson (National Urban Alliance), Dr. Raymond Winbush (Morgan State University), and a 6 weeks series with experts from the Annenberg Institute.  Today NCEBCTalkRadio offers two regular radio programs and is considered a primary component of the NCEBC "tool-kit" geared toward urban educators. 


    On Monday, May 11, 2015, we return to the airwaves with a conversation on "Derailing the School to Prison Pipeline (STPP) for Black Males" providing effective interventions that address both academics and behavior issues. The Equity Project in Indiana represented by Director, Dr. Russell Skiba, Dr. Gwen Kelley and Ms. Chrystal Gray will join our hosts along with Principal and Author, Mr. Roy Dobbs to engage listeners in an open dialogue on myths and facts on how and why black boys end up in School-to-Prison-Pipeline.They will share characteristics of effective black male programs while welcoming callers with questions and comments.


    NCEBC will host this conversation with an "Open Mic" approach. We want to hear the voices of our emerging new leadership.....Voices of The Next Millennium. Education, Social Justice, Mass Incarcerations, Health Care, Voting Rights and Labor are topics to be explored. We invite our entire listening audience to participate in the conversation on Twitter, Facebook, text, phone call and email.  

  • 01:17

    2014 NCEBC Convention Featured Workshop Presenters

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    Join NCEBCTalkRadio for a "sneak peak" at some of the 2014 Convention Workshops.  These presenters are so excited to work with you, they are coming to you LIVE tomorrow morning to share more about their highly anticipated workshops.  Don't miss this!


     *This is not a complete list of all workshop offerings. Additional offerings will be advertised. Room numbers listed below are subject to change. 

  • 01:17

    2014 NCEBC Convention Workshop Sneak Preview

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    Join NCEBCTalkRadio for a "sneak peak" at some of the 2014 Convention Workshops.  These presenters are so excited to work with you, they are coming to you tomorrow morning to share more about their highly anticipated workshops.  Don't miss this!  


     


     


    *This is not a complete list of all workshop offerings. Additional offerings will be advertised. Room numbers listed below are subject to change.

  • 01:01

    Defining Success: A Discussion with "Outkast" Principals and Thought Leaders

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    On Monday, March 23, 2015 @ 10AM ET, NCEBCTalkRadio is launching its "Convention Workshop Preview" series. To kick the series off, we are happy to welcome Coles Model for Excellence Language Academy (Chicago, IL) Principal, Mr. Jeff Dase and Vice Principal, Mr. El-Roy Estes to the show to discuss their 2015 NCEBC Convention Workshop: Hip-Hop Principals: From Outkast to Outstanding" and the work of the Coles Academy as a success model for "new school" leadership in social and educational equity.


    We'll also welcome Mr. Michael Brunson, Recording Secretary of the Chicago Teachers Union and 2015 NCEBC Workshop Presenter (Safe Schools Consortium (SSC) - Restorative Justice in Schools: Alternatives to Exclusion - Building Teacher and Student Leadership to Transform School Discipline in Chicago) to the conversation to discuss his workshop and greater efforts toward restorative justice.  


    Please join show host, Dr. Eric Cooper and NCEBC Executive Director, Ms. Diana Daniels as we turn up the energy on NCEBC 2015 NATIONAL CONVENTION.
    Friends, our season is upon us.  Register for the 2015 Convention today!


     

  • 01:01

    Selma: 50 Years Later, We Reflect

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    Join NCEBCTalkRadio show hosts, Dr. Eric Cooper and Dr. Nicole McZeal Walters for a history-making moment with NCEBC Queen Mother and renowned Education Activist, Dr. Adealide Sanford for a relfection on the recent 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday.


    Dr. Sanford participated in the Jubliee Celebration in Selma, AL in the company of many civil rights activists - names known and unknown. Among them were Ms. Jan McCray, _____________________.


    Join us as we welcome them to the show to discuss their thoughts, feelings, and impressions of the event.  Share yours at 714-242-5228.