SORT BY Relevancy
Are you ready to learn about some more American Tragedies?? On the 3rd episode of American Tragedy Hour, Alex Cardinale will be talking about some very sad tragedies!!! I'll be talking about the School Shootings that took place in the United States of America! Yes, sometimes it is dangerous to go to school, some tragedy can happen at school!!! I'll discuss the most recent school shootings and then the not some recent ones, this will be a sad but informative show!!
What will be discussed on the show:
-Columbine High School Shooting April 20, 1999
-Virigina Tech Shooting 2007
-Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting 2012
Plus a discussion on what to do when face to face with a shooter
Another School Shooting and the Democrats try for Political Gain
Marysville Pilchuck High School shooting
A well-liked freshman "homecoming prince" opened fire inside a high-school cafeteria north of Seattle on Friday, killing one girl and shooting four other students in the head before taking his own life.
Three of the students wounded at Marysville-Pilchuck High School were in "very critical" condition Friday afternoon, said a hospital spokeswoman.
Police said the gunman, identified Friday evening as Jaylen Fryberg, died from a self-inflicted gunshot. It was not clear whether the girl was pronounced dead at the scene.
As gun control advocates cheered President Obama's call to action on gun violence, the White House began to weigh its options Monday on how to fulfill the president's vow to use all the power of his office to prevent future mass killings. The most likely initiatives following Friday's Connecticut school shooting — efforts to tighten gun show sales, for example, or to reinstate a ban on assault weapons — are laden with political pitfalls and challenges. Although several members of Congress indicated they were newly open to gun control measures, opposition to stiffer gun laws is expected to remain firm, particularly in the Republican-led House.
Taking on another uphill legislative battle would scramble an already full agenda for the White House, which is embroiled in fiscal negotiations and hoping to start Obama's second term with a focus on immigration reform.
Join us at the Storytellers cozy campfire for There Is Hope by Author Suzanne Tyler.
Educator; Suzanne Tyler was one of the teachers who witnessed, experienced, and pulled through the significant trauma of a school shooting. In her book, she does not focus on the tragic event but she focuses on the healing process and hopes that through it, she will help others heal too. Join us on for There Is Hope, an amazing short story with a powerful healing hand. To learn more visit online at storytellerscampfire.org
Host Lady Selah SuJuris
Guest Suzanne Tyler Author website: Suzanne K. Tyler
Hardcover: 32 pages
Publisher: AuthorHouse (May 8, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.2 x 11 inches
Hosts: Sweet Erin + iamBranded
Topics: Connecticut School Shooting
Stages of Mental Health
Are there signs of Mental distress?
This station is home to the slow jams, R&B and music to end the weekend, and begin the week in a calm fashion. We play music (Slow Jams) from established, and up & coming artists. Also topics may include relationship topics to sexual topics and more. All callers are welcome to call in and voice their opinion on all music and topic related subjects.
Call in (949) 270-5912
Wolfgang Halbig has lived a life of serving the public as a law enforcement officer, school official, and school safety expert.
Formerly the Executive Director of the National Institute for School and Workplace Safety, Wolfgang Halbig has recently formed a new safety and security company, WK & Associates. Previous to founding NISWS, Mr. Halbig worked in public education as a teacher, dean, assistant principal, principal, director of an alternative school and as the Director for School Safety and Security of the Seminole County Public Schools, a school district of approximately 65,000 students.
Mr. Halbig also has law enforcement experience as a former Florida State Trooper in Miami, Florida, and as a United States Customs Inspector. As a result of his unique background in both law enforcement and education, Mr. Halbig has been invited to provide presentations and keynotes to a variety of audiences, including the National Education Law Conference, the National School Board Association, the Oklahoma School Board Association, the Illinois School Board Association, the New York State School Board Association and the Florida School Board Association. Mr. Halbig has also been featured on NBC Dateline and CBS Good Morning America.
Mr. Halbig visited Sandy Hook and addressed the Newtown School Board about the circumstances of the alleged event, where the school appeared to have been abandoned by 2008 and then used as a prop for a drill, which was conducted on 13 December 2012 and then taken “LIVE” the following day, where we have even discovered the FEMA Manual for the exercise. Since this time Mr Halbig has many questions about the Sandy Hook event he cannot get answers for, and as a former state trooper, and expert witness at other school shooting cases including Columbine. He was even paid a visit by police telling him to back off.
Open telephone line 347-989-8853
Karriemah Harris hostess of “The Art of Beauty and Health Show” will interview Tatianna Harris (daughter) 12-year-old indigenous child kidnapped by Philadelphia Department of Human Services in cohoots with Freire Charter Middle School on January 27, 2016 and there are no charges against the mother. Tatianna will talk about her current mental, physical, and emotional state. Also, she will discuss today’s events that took place in school . The hostess will talk about how they are retaliating against her through her daughter by looking for any small reason to have her child placed in a Residential Treatment Facility (children’s prison). Stay tuned because you don’t want to miss this one.
Valentine responsibilities, kids taking medicine at school, and black people and wealth on tonight's show!
Sunday is a day of love in many households across the country (or lust). How will you spend it? What is your favorite Valentine's Day memory? What is the man's/woman's role to their mate on Valentine's Day?
Meds in School
A Texas girl was suspended for attempting to save another girl's life by allowing her to use her inhaler. Should a 12 year old be held responsible for her actions in sharing a "controlled substance" when she thought another child was dying?
Beyonce's Message in Music
FOX News lost their minds (again) over "blackness." Beyonce gave a tribue to the Black Panthers with her Super Bowl attire. She also performed a show that referenced black issues. Was it wrong to inject race in the Super Bowl? Was she too radical for the event?
All of this and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 567
Scheduled for 75 mins.
THE PATH TO A MORE EFFICIENT PAROCHIAL OR PRIVATE SCHOOL
Follett Learning presents a very interesting show about E-commerce helping private /Parochial schools ?make it easier for parents to buy books while producing economic results for the schools. Bishop O'Dowd School in California is our special guest
What would be the benefits of changing and/or infusing an African Centered Education into the public schools of Philadelphia and abandoning the eurocentric pedagogy? Over 50% of the student population in Philadelphia are Afrikan scholars born in America and according to the most recent stastics found in the The Notebook, (a newspaper publication that deals with the Philadelphia public schools), "Pennsylvania is one of 20 states in which the African American graduation rate is below 66 percent, and one of 16 states in which the Latino graduation rate is below 66 percent (both are 65 percent). The gap between White and Black graduation rates and White and Latino graduation rates is, in both cases, 23 percentage points. The White graduation rate in Pennsylvania now stands at 88 percent." In the opinion of Afrikan an African Centered core curriculum is not only necessary, it is long over due.
My special guest this evening is Dr. Jalaal Hayes, a born and raised scholar of North Philadelphia who graduated high school at 15 and college at 18, (Lincoln University), and became the youngest man to earn a Ph.D from Delaware State Universuty at the age of 22. This amazing brother's doctorate is in chemistry, and instead of going for six figures he is a teacher in one of South Philadelphia's public neighborhood charter high schools. He currently has his own tutoring company. I hope you will join us as Dr. Jalaal Hayes weighs in on the state of the Philadelphia public school system from a first person Afrikan perspective.
Join Host Live Chats
- Spaced Out Radio Show (10 chatters)