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Johnny Manziel was the first Freshman to win the Heisman Trophy and he was unstoppable in college. Some people questioned if he could take his athletic style to the NFL game. The Cleveland Browns believed he could and selected him with the 22nd pick, in the 2014 NFL Draft. Johnny Manziel lived up to the hype, off the field. Manziel headlined local and national media for his off the field antics more than his play on the field. After two seasons he only started eight games, which is the fewest of any quarterback the Browns have selected in the first round. As the offseason begins, it is only a matter of time before the Browns and Manziel part ways. The question looms, "Will any team take a chance on Manziel?"
The answer is probably not because Manziel is being investigated for domestic violence. He also entered rehab before the 2015 season to get his drinking under control. All reports pointed to a new and rejuvinated Manziel until he was pulled over during the season and admitted that he had been drinking. No charges were filed, but he openly admitted that he was drinking. Manziel has always lived life to the extreme, but it might be time that he finds a good offensive line in life to help protect him from himself.
Biography for Nur Jehan A. Al-Haqq
Her name is NurJehan Abdellah Al-Haqq which means "Light of the World"; but she prefers to be called Nur for short. Nur was born on August 9, 1975 in Detroit,MI. She was brought up in the Islamic faith until she gave her life to the Lord in June of 1996. She became a single mom at the tender age of 18 and gave birth to a beautiful son who is named Hasan. Hasan is now 21 and is serving in the U.S. Army Reserve. During Nur's walk with the Lord she became paralyzed on October 19, 1997 when she was assaulted in a domestic violence altercation. Her neck was broken which resulted in permanent damage to her spinal cord. By the grace of God she has recovered much of her physical strength and has been able to walk, work and go to school. Nur just completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology on December 12, 2014 from Austin Peay State University. She is now engaged in motivational speaking and is also an advocate against Domestic Violence. Nur has appeared on several radio and T.V. shows as a special guest and will continue to share her testimony to inspire others as she feels led by the Lord. She is involved in volunteer work in the Community so she is a DMC task force member with Dr. Merriel Bullock-Neal. She is a Leading Lady with Treva Gordon and also a member of the Y.D.O.D (Young Daughters of Destiny) org. with Min Rita Ewing. She plans on writing a book in the near future.
Friday Night Jam is celebrating it's 30th Episode. It's going to be a big one. FNJ Welcomes back, The Hope Doctor: Pam Powell. We'll check back with Pam with her keys to success and much more. And how you can get to The T.O.P. Plus the gang will talk about the recent senseless violence that took place in Compton. We also got comedy, topics, issues and much more to talk about. And The latest gossip, about your favorite stars. On The FNJ Entertainment Reaport. Get ready for 3 Long Hours of Friday Night Jam. Hosted By Edgar "The Talented One" Alexander and Maggie "Uplifted" Jackson. Featuring Entertainment Reporter India Mynatt. So, pull up a chair, and spend your Friday with us! (c) Copyright 2016 RBE Radio Network. All rights reserved.
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Erin Cull is a survivor of a sexual and domestic violence situation. She has a way of telling her story through speaking it and leaving the words behind. Leaving what happened behind. Her story is a traumatic one, but she strives to help others with community walks, police force and other organizations.
Sharona talks Democratic debate, the Title IX Tennessee lawsuit, plus Meryl Streep, the economy situation in Louisiana, Cleveland billing Tamir Rice's family and the GOAT Albert Einsten. Plus, she tried KFC's Hot Nashville chicken so you don't have to (thumbs down). We finish with Sharona talking about Kanye West and his lyrics on Taylor Swift.
According to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Iowa, racial stereotypes affect black boys as young as five years old.
White participants in the study were more likely to view a toy as a weapon if it was associated with black boys, reports The Daily Mail. Those who participated in the study were less likely to view a toy as a weapon if it were associated with a white boy.
Seeing the face of a black boy was enough for the white students in the study to misidentify the toy as a weapon.
Lead researcher, Dr. Andrew Todd, said this study shows how people who don’t view themselves as racist can still react with unconscious bias.
“Our findings suggest that, although young children are typically viewed as harmless and innocent, seeing faces of five-year-old Black boys appears to trigger thoughts of guns and violence,” Dr Todd said.
“One of the most pernicious stereotypes of Black Americans, particularly black men, is that they are hostile and violent,” he explained.
“So pervasive are these threat-related associations that they can shape even low-level aspects of social cognition.”
The white college students were shown images of black five-year-olds and white five-year-olds. Then they were shown a second image which they were told to identify as quickly as possible. Participants recognized guns quicker after seeing images of black boys. They were also quicker to mistake toys for guns after viewing images of black boys.
Today, we will highlight the awful topic of Domestic Violence. This has hit many indivudals homes, lives, relatives and etc. And some people don't really speak about it because they feel ashamed. MDR RADIO will help with given you resources and more.
Mission: Our purpose is to provide a stable environment for abused and battered men, women and children in providing temporary shelter, counseling and provide employment training. We want to help men and women transition from abusive situations to being self-sufficient in society.
Vision: To empower men and women to know that they can and will survive and thrive in society on their own and to uplift them and provide them a new life, a new prospective of normalcy by enhancing and elevating their lives.
During this segment, we will cover issues related to:
· What adults can do to help Teens in an Abusive Relationships?
· How Do You Know if Your Teen is in an Unhealthy Relationship?
· Are You Modeling Respect at Home?
· How do know if your child is the aggressor?
· Creating a Dating Bill of Rights
· Consequences as related to being a victim as well as a perpetrator of teen dating violence.
· Education for Parenthood
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