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WOL Radio Network Presents
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.
Who is WOL Radio Network and who is this Dr. Kim that has everybody in talk radio talking .
The Whisper Out Loud Radio Network sits down with Mayoral Candidate Rigo Rodriguez of Paterson N.J.
Councilman At Large Rodriguez will share his views and visions of a greater Paterson N.J. and will discuss his ideas of correcting the problems the city has had to face, tougher stances on crime, Business and Economic Development, stablizing property taxes.
Joining Dr. Kim will be I.B. Wise and co-host Ernest Rucker Jr.
The phones will be open for comments and questions at 8pm est, the call in number is 347-857-2809
This is not a debate, this is a platform for Councilman Rodriguez to share with the voters his views, ideas and plans..
Hold on to your seats because what you are about to hear is totally different from what WOL Radio has been bringing you before.
Ernest Rucker Jr. (AKA) Uncle Ernie is hosting the Ruckus Room and he is bringing you Paterson N.J. raw and uncut..
Everything that is going on in the city from the politics to the trash in the streets will be brought to the stage in Uncle Ernie's no nonsense way. The serious side and the humorus side will bump heads when the doors open and the gloves come off.
This show is uncut and uncensored so please do not attend if you have sensitive ears or if you are easily offended.
Tonight Dr. Kim, I.B.Wise and Ernest Rucker Jr. have the honor of sitting down with Donna Nelson-Ivy, candidate for Mayor in Paterson N.J.. The race is heating up and the people are disecting everyone running, trying to decide who is right for the job. It's not just about the city, it is also about the people.
Donna Nelson-Ivy knows what it will take to make Paterson the beautiful, productive city it was once known to be. Donna is a powerful and most effective communicator, Ms. Nelson-Ivy has developed strong ties with faith-based/community-based agencies throughout the city of Paterson and Passaic County and within the Paterson Public Schools District. She is a member of the Passaic County African American Women 100 Plus, Inc. and the Friends of Hinchliffe Stadium Board. She provides management consultant services; board training, nonprofit management and/or grant writing presentations to JELUPA Productions, Springfield, MA. and a host of Paterson nonprofit agencies through DHHS.
The show last night was such a success that we have decided to extend it another night..
Over 3000 people listened to the broadcast and we are hoping for more...
The shit that has gone on in the city with the last few administrations has completly ruptured the very fabric of Paterson and the thought of bringing the same people back into office is ludicris.
The fact that Bill Pascrell and John Currie are trying to crown their candidate (Andre Sayegh) as the Mayor is wrong, especially when this is a non-partisan election..
With candidates involved in scandalous activity, and outside influences such as the Democratic Party (Pascrell-Currie) and a so-called racial power structure (aka The Brothers) trying to intimidate people and circumvent votes toward Jeff Jones this his become more of a hostile takeover rather than an election..
We have heard who is not fit/qualified to serve as Mayor, now let's talk about who is and why.
Do not miss this show if you care anything about what the hell is going on in Paterson..
Join Ernest Rucker Jr, Dr. Kim and I.B.Wise as we get down and dirty with the facts of this race for the Mayors seat...
Every now and again I.B.Wise gets his love for musik and his love for new up and coming artist flowing and tonight is one of those nights.
The artist you will hear tonight is Leftside Deafinit and the album is "STONE DEAF"
Born in Boston.
I was Deaf on Arrival. My umbilical cord strangled me half to Death when I was born. I like to say "Have To Deaf". Hence my name, Leftside Deafinit. Named after my left side because I'm deaf in it. The doctors said I was blue in the face when the finally were able to cut me free, so it must have really been a close call. Being hard of hearing determines how I perceive the world around me and I believe it's so important because it obviously has a lot to do with why I adhere so much to multisyllabic rhyme formats, and complicated rhyme schemes. The right ear is connected to the Left side of the brain, which specializes in processing language. Scientists have determined that the left and right side of the brain control certain functions. It has also been concluded that the left ear is more designated for tones and melodies, where as the right ear is more for clicks, beats and percussive speech.
Check out the flow and show some support for this brother and his amazing talent
Tammy Alexander is the President of Justice for Illinois Wrongfully Convicted (JIWC)
The question and the cause is DOES INNOCENCE MATTER?
Does Innocence Matter? Event FB Site: http://www.DoesInnocenceMatter.com
Justice for Illinois Wrongfully Convicted: http://www.jiwc.org
Free Jamie Snow: http://www.FreeJamieSnow.com
This is a powerful show and you do not want to miss it..
Sitting on the panel tonight will be our WOL Radio Network friends and family
Eric Mayo - Mark A. Clements - Dr. Susan J. Williams
in Self Help
More than 46 million Americans live in Poverty USA.
Americans families were having a difficult time making ends meet before the recession. With continuing unemployment and increasing costs of living, more and more families have to choose between necessities like health care, child care, and even food.
In the late 1950s, the poverty rate for all Americans was 22.4 percent, or 39.5 million individuals. These numbers declined steadily throughout the 1960s, reaching a low of 11.1 percent, or 22.9 million individuals, in 1973. Over the next decade, the poverty rate fluctuated between 11.1 and 12.6 percent, but it began to rise steadily again in 1980. By 1983, the number of poor individuals had risen to 35.3 million individuals, or 15.2 percent.
For the next ten years, the poverty rate remained above 12.8 percent, increasing to 15.1 percent, or 39.3 million individuals, by 1993. The rate declined for the remainder of the decade, to 11.3 percent by 2000. From 2000 to 2004 it rose each year to 12.7 in 2004.
Since the late 1960s, the poverty rate for people over 65 has fallen dramatically. The poverty rate for children has historically been somewhat higher than the overall poverty rate. The poverty rate for people in households headed by single women is significantly higher than the overall poverty rate.
The State of Prisons
Prisoners in the United States and elsewhere have always confronted a unique set of contingencies and pressures to which they were required to react and adapt in order to survive the prison experience. However, over the last several decades — beginning in the early 1970s and continuing to the present time — a combination of forces have transformed the nation's criminal justice system and modified the nature of imprisonment.The challenges prisoners now face in order to both survive the prison experience and, eventually, reintegrate into the freeworld upon release have changed and intensified as a result.
The Nature of Institutionalization
The adaptation to imprisonment is almost always difficult and, at times, creates habits of thinking and acting that can be dysfunctional in periods of post-prison adjustment. Yet, the psychological effects of incarceration vary from individual to individual and are often reversible. To be sure, then, not everyone who is incarcerated is disabled or psychologically harmed by it. But few people are completely unchanged or unscathed by the experience. At the very least, prison is painful, and incarcerated persons often suffer long-term consequences from having been subjected to pain, deprivation, and extremely atypical patterns and norms of living and interacting with others.
Social withdrawal and isolation.
Some prisoners learn to find safety in social invisibility by becoming as inconspicuous and unobtrusively disconnected from others as possible. The self-imposed social withdrawal and isolation may mean that they retreat deeply into themselves, trust virtually no one, and adjust to prison stress by leading isolated lives of quiet desperation. In extreme cases, especially when combined with prisoner apathy and loss of the capacity to initiate behavior on one's own, the pattern closely resembles that of clinical depression.
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