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PT 3 STATE OF BLACK AMERICA: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT. RECENTLY WE WERE FOUND OUT THAT POLICE IN FERGUSON WERE USING THE PEOPLE AS A CASH COW TARGETING PEOPLE OF THE CITY TO KEEP REVENUE FLOWING THROUGH THE SMALL CITY. IN A REPORT BY THE URBAN LEAGUE IT IS SAID THAT 70% OF BLACKS SAY THEY HAVE BEEN MISTREATED BY THE POLICE ALL ACROSS AMERICA, THAT 10 TIMES HIGHER THAN OUR WHITE COUNTERPARTS.
STATE OF BLACK AMERICA FOR YEARS HAVE SEEN MEN AND WOMEN LOCKED UP WITH MUCH HIGHER SENTENCES AND HIGHER BAILS AMOUNTS...NO ONE WILL GO ON RECORD TO SAY IT'S HAPPENING DUE TO BEING AFRAID OF THEIR JOBS. IT IS REPORTED THAT WHILE WE MAKE UP 30% OF THE POPULATION 60% OF THAT IS IN PRISON. FROM 1970 TO 2005 PRISON POPULATION GREW 700% IS HIGHER NOW FOR SURE.
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Our next UR10s Network radio broadcast will be Thursday, March 26th. Our guest will be Tarek Merchant. A former multi-sport athlete, Tarek is founder and recruiting expert of ImRecrutable. We will be talking about the roles of parent, player and high school coach in the recruiting process; and more. You can call 714-583-6853 to join our conversation or to just listen. You may go to www.blogtalkradio.com/ur10snetwork to listen to the conversation live or listen at your convenience.
Education is clearly a necessary path for children caught in the web of poverty and despair. The fact that there is failing schools means we have failed as the guardians of this generation to offer them vision and opportunity. Tonight we will hear a dynamic 15 minutes by Marquette professor Howard Fuller. There is an African Proverb which states, "It takes a whole village to raise a child" I would add provided the village values their children.
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One of the key responsibilities of a school board member is negotiating the contract for teachers and staff. It is, by far, the place where most of the district’s financial resources are allocated; as well it establishes other protocols which affect student achievement. Each year brings new challenges. In 2015, what are those challenges? How should boards approach the Chapter 78 health benefit reform legislation? What is the importance of average settlement rates? How long can a district expect negotiations to take? What are some common misperceptions the public has about negotiations? Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses these and other issues with Patrick Duncan, Manager of NJSBA Labor Relations Department.
"...But He waw wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquitries; the chastisement for our peace was upon Him, and by His stripes we are healed..." Is. 53:5
What is the chasitement for our peace? Have you ever reallly taken the time to reflect upon the meaning of the part in Isaiah 53:5..."the chaisement for our peace was upon Him..." Let's take a moment in the word to learn some of the depth of that statement, one that we often quote
We all need to know that there is purpose to this life, and a genuine hope even when all seems to have fallen apart. There are some that God has called to minister to the inner hurts of those who others have pushed aside and left to become "marginal people". Marginal people are those who feel shut-out and abused by the very family (community) called to nurture them. These are the very people that Jesus ministered to during His journey. When gathering at The Well you will discover that God has a plan and sees His creation (you and I) with hope and promise. Therefore, like the woman at the well, come and take the opportunity to drink from the well (the word of God) that never runs dry and will quench spiritual thirst...and you shall be healed and delivered. http://gatheringatthewell.isteaching.com/
Join us, for this very exciting episode, of the BYGP Locker Room Show, with former Oklahoma Sooner and National Champion, Damian Mackey! Football can teach us amazing lessons and the journey can contain many high's and lows.
Mr. Mackey, was an electric offensive and defensive high school football player, coming out of Northern California. When he jumped out to a hot start at The University of Oklahoma, many projected Mr. Mackey to be a sure-fire NFL draft pick, playing for Bob Stoops and his new, high powered offense. Unfotunately, that's not the way things turned out and Mr. Mackey's career was cut short due to injury, which forced him to find himself in other arena's.
Tune into this BYGP Locker Room Show, to hear Mr. Damian Mackey's football testimony and his advice for the next generation of big-time footballers. Don't miss out!
Call it Irish grit. “If you grew up where I grew up,” McGraw recalls, “you were automatically hyphenated either Irish, Polish, or Italian, and your dad worked in the mill, that was a given.” Hailing from a small steel industry town about 50 miles outside of Buffalo, New York, McGraw was raised on Hee-Haw (“We loved Conway Twitty, or at least his haircut”) and rough games of hockey and football. Small for his age and showing little athletic promise, he gravitated towards music, and good thing: “If I’d have stuck with the sports I liked any longer I might have ended up getting my head taken off. We never wore pads, let alone helmets.” Instead, McGraw grew out his hair, picked up a cheap Japanese guitar, and at 13 started a rock band with friends, playing in bars a couple of nights a week—with a note from his mother in hand, in case the cops asked any questions.
As soon as he finished high school, McGraw hightailed it to Los Angeles with rock star dreams and a country sensibility. Wearing out records by Dwight Yoakam and Steve Earle, and “digging through stacks of junk at the Pasadena flea market looking for old Buck Owens and Johnny Cash on vinyl,” he developed his own unique hard-core hillbilly sound.
It’s a crazy life, and McGraw looks upon it with bemused satisfaction in “My So Called Life,” reflecting, “Some days I own this town, other days it shoots me down/Always I’m still hanging round, holdin’ on to hope.” Expertly depicting the driving pace of his “Honky Tonk Life,” McGraw stubbornly continues to hope: “I could quit all this road stuff, go back to my real job, put in a straight 9 to 5/But I love the neon, I love the people, and I love the Honky Tonk Life.”
TA discusses with 2017 CenTex defensive end prospect Taquon Graham (Temple) about their state finals run and getting ready for his junior year.
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