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On this Wednesday at 3 pm were doing a show called "Police Lives Matter". Join us when we welcome our esteemed guest, Dr. Joel Shults operates Street Smart Training and is the founder of the National Center for Police Advocacy.. Dr. Shults is retired as Chief of Police in Colorado. He spent 30 years as a uniformed law enforcement professional. He has an educational background in criminal justice education as well as earning his doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis. He'll be on the show to talk about what a police officer's life is like in the streets; the dangerous situations and encounters that police officers face; how some officers do experience PTSD and trauma; some are conditionally, environmentally and situationally aware. Many are not always racist or being harassing. Tune in to hear his perspective about police and their dealings with the public at large. The goal of this show is to create understanding, to present police in another much more positive light and to restore and enhance relations and respect on the side of both the officer and the public.
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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.
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.
YOUTH IN ACTION “CONNECTING TO OUR YOUTH” As the next generation takes over our communities, are they prepared to overcome obstacles and endure life trials? How does the community entice the youth of tomorrow to embrace opportunities and finish the race to accomplish their goals and dreams? Today, Youth In Action Radio brings youth ranging from ages 11 to 16 discussing issues currently faced daily. Alonzo Williams, Brandon Williams, Braylon Armstead, Janecia Wilburn, James Martin, Jamarion Howard and Da’Mon Armstead speak with youth co-host, Donnell Johnson and Mikah Clark bringing awareness to their community. “FOR EVERY YOUTH SAVED, THE COMMUNITY IS SERVED FRUIT FROM THE TREE MOST WATERED AND NURTURED.” -Dr. Katheryn Clark-Thompson
Is the Police State Preparing for War With U.S. Citizens? Why are there so many Police Officers murdering us when we are at an all time low of crime? Why is this episode not as humious as the previous ones?
For now, there’s not much we can do about police brutality against our children of color. We post our social media memes, share news stories, watch footage and talk about how horrible the images are among ourselves. Some of us even put boots to the ground and march to the offices of our policymakers to advocate for change.
But in the meantime, it’s safe to say that nothing’s going to change immediately. The only two real-time things we can do are talk to our black youth and be an eyewitness — even to their own experience, according to a counselor and a former police officer turned anti-police brutality advocate.
Concerned with how my 10- and 12-year-olds are taking in all the misconduct and brutality cases, and senseless killings of black men, I wonder how they would react if put into a similar situation. Really, what should they do if/when they actually come in contact with a police officer; whether they’ve done something wrong, are witnessing a crime or want to help defend a friend or family member?
Ohio made tremendous strides in reducing the number of kids locked up in state correctional facilities and addressing the mental and behavioral health issues of youth. Bring Youth Home, a new report by the Juvenile Justice Coalition (JJC), highlights these advances. On this episode of Quick Take Ohio, Erin Davies, Executive Director of JJC discusses the report's findings and takeaways for other states.
Yesterday we celebrated Thanksgiving, while many did so in fear. Today there are many protests planned in major shopping areas. What effect do these protests have on the general population and our police? Does the distraction that they create in a crowded mall provide for a perfect oppotunity for terrorists? Fox News is reporting that the FBI have 48 ISIS subjects under constant surveillance in an effort to twart a 'Paris style' attack.
How is all of this behavior affecting our police officers and policies today? Join in our discussion with author of 'Micheal Brown Jr. Didn't Have to Die', Ken Dye.
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