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There has been a lot of talk over the years about the school to prison pipeline and how students as young as third grade are not only written off but prepared for juvenile centers and prison.
We will touch on the school to prison pipeline that sociologists, psychologists and others have been speaking about for so many years, and how it is affecting today's students, particularly children with autism and other disabilities in our schools.
Do you have (or know of someone who has) a child with a disability who has been threatened with arrest or abused at school?
In this episode we will evaluate the School to Prison Pipeline and its impact on the home, school, community and church. A solution oriented discussion will provide listeners with opportunities to develop a diversity perspective and create a plan of action to implement culturally responsive teaching. In order to dismantle the School to Prison Pipeline it is imperative that all stack holders engage in culturally responsive practices.
In this episode we will discuss the school to prison pipeline. Students are funneled through this system because of a disconnect between the home, school and community. Educators, parents, and community members are challenged by this epidemic, and are searching for answers to resolve it.
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In this podcast we shall take a look at the "school to prision pipeline" and will soon see that school not only has a direct pipeline to prison, but we shall make people aware of the "other" pipelines that are connected to the school system and how those pipelines are a means for someone to steal your home.
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As promised we will continue talks about the school-to-prison pipeline. It's of extreme important that we understand what is happening within the system we call education. As our offspring continue to be the target to destroy we have to be in position to protect!
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An alarming and disproportionate number of Black and Latino males are being arrested in America's urban schools, introducing them at early ages to the criminal justice system. This phenomenon, which has been widely documented by various studies and organizations, is called The School to Prison Pipeline. In this pre-recorded show Brother Agyei interviews guest Angela Jones, the school to prison pipeline coordinator of the New York Civil Liberties Union. Ms. Jones will explain this racist the pipeline, why it is unfair, how our boys are negatively affected, and what we can do to stop this process. As this show is pre-recorded, you will not be able to call in.
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"BLACK AMERICA: A STATE OF EMERGENCY"
Guest Co-Host: Dr. Byron E. Price
A leading scholar in the field of prison privatization, he is the author of the book, Merchandizing Prisoners: Who Really Pays for Prison Privatization published by Praeger Publishers in March 2006 and the coedited 3-volume set entitled “Prison Privatization: A Controversial Industry” by Praeger Publishers, September 2012.
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Join Lady Dee for Tuesday's edition of Mind Magick as we delve deeper into understanding the true essence of the School-to-Prison Pipeline which pushes disadvantage students out of the school system and into the criminal justice system. While many parents today are applauding the governments No Child Left Behind Act and Zero Tolerance many fail to realize or understand that their child, regardless of the best upbringing, are too one bad decision away from being railroaded by this crooked system. Share your wisdom with us as we listen to the voices of our youth and build on how we can take action before its too late. Call in at 347-850-8030 to listen or share your insights.
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Urban Youth Justice presents: The Color of Education podcast episode - "Police in Public Schools: Chicago's School-to-Prison Pipeline Exposed By Research Activist" Join host Ernest Saadiq Morris of Urban Youth Justice in a conversation with activist and Depaul University sociologist Frank Edwards, co-author of the Policing Chicago Public Schools: A Gateway to the School-to-Prison Pipeline research report (co-written with Mariame Kaba of Project NIA). They discuss how the constant police presence in Chicago schools criminalizes students of color by subjecting them to criminal justice penalties for common school-based infractions, resulting in higher rates of incarceration and unemployment. They also discuss the need for more Research Activism nationwide as a tool to keep school and police policymakers accountable for their negative impacts upon youth of color and their communities; and reveal a blueprint of methods for activists to follow in their own communities. Read Policing Chicago Public Schools: A Gateway to the School-to-Prison Pipeline report here (in PDF):
Law students, Brandi Bullock and Joshua Byrd want to do something to curtail the high incidence of students of color entering the criminal justice system.
They believe all to often, schools rely on law enforcement, rather than teachers and administrators, to handle minor school misconduct. The pair, both in their final year of law school, have decided to produce a documentary on the subject of what many now refer to as the "School to Prison" pipeline.
The "School to Prison" pipeline is a disturbing national trend wherein children are funneled out of public schools and into the juvenile and criminal justice systems. Many of these children have learning disabilities or histories of poverty, abuse or neglect, and would benefit from additional educational and counseling services. Instead, they are isolated, punished and pushed out. "Zero-tolerance" policies criminalize minor infractions of school rules, while high-stakes testing programs encourage educators to push out low-performing students to improve their schools' overall test scores. Students of color are especially vulnerable to push-out trends and the discriminatory application of discipline.
Tune in to the People's Studio to find out why Bullock and Byrd believe the "School to Prison" pipeline is one of the most important civil rights challenges facing our nation, and why they believe their documentary will make a difference.
On March 22, the United States Department of Justice announced an historic settlement with the school district of Meridian, Mississippi, that seeks to end the disproportionate exclusion of black children from school for disciplinary infractions and the arrest of black students for minor offenses.
Our guests, Ryan Wilson and Zoe Savitsky, are the Department of Justice trial attorneys (and my former colleagues) who investigated complaints of discriminatory student discipline in the district, litigated the case before the court, and negotiated the terms of the incredibly comprehensive agreement with the school district. They will talk to us about the terms of the agreement and explain what this means for Meridian students and students all over the nation.
Host, Allison R. Brown, is a civil rights attorney and owner of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC).
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