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LESMA's special holiday edition. We are going to try to stay away from politics and negative stories, and instead talk about the upcoming holiday season and what it means to those who are so often forgotten- our law enforcement officers- and hopefully bringing a smile to your face while you're preparing for the crazy holiday season...
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discuss upcoming art event designed to attract young North Lawndale professionals
The original Young Justice comic came out of an interesting time in the 90's for DC comics where the original teen sidekicks had outgrown their roles and either accepted their own adult heroic identities or taken over for their mentors, Young Justice was the story of a new generation of teen heroes and heroines forming their own team. It was written by Peter David and at one point it was the only comic I was actively reading, today I discuss why.
May, 2009 - Young Media Critics began on Blogtalkradio!
What is Media? What is Media Literacy? What is Media Education?
We began broadcasting in 2009 with Frank Baker as our first guest. Frank Baker, I call my mentor. He is a well-know and renowned media literacy educator. He influenced me and caused me to want to learn and to teach everyone about the influences of media messages that surround them every day. On our first show, Frank talked with me and shared What is Media, What is Media Literacy and Media Education. The show is about learning how to interpret, analyze, understand, and create media messages that surround us all every day.
Today’s show we are going to replay that episode and next week’s episode we will be part of the 1st Annual United States Media Literacy Week.
Tonight we will continue to discuss why the Criminal Justice System is not effective here in Amerika.
College, professional, and graduate schools currently cost more than ever. The cost of higher education has surged more than 538% since 1985 while the consumer price index has increased by 121%. Higher education is 4.5 times as expensive today as it was 30 years ago. There are people today who went into debt for higher education who are having their social security retirement checks garnished for student loan repayment. Among 22-year-old degree holders who found jobs in the past three years, more than half were in roles not requiring a college diploma, The young and educated are settling for jobs they wouldn’t have accepted a decade ago,
Going to a four year school is supposed to be the foundation from which you create a future, not the transaction that crushes hopes and places you in debt that few can pay off in 10 years. What has been missing in the past was a way to get feedback or collaborate on ideas while studying on-line. Successful students of today are people who explore many things, tinkerers and fixers who see solutions to problems that other people do not see. Among the leaders in “free education “ is Khan Academy which has a unique teaching style with quality content and a wide breadth of topics; providing bite-sized, easily-understood lessons, and providing the positive feedback that keeps the student coming back .
Students are turning to “self-study” programs blossoming on-line. Some are taking the bare minimum number of classes required by a “big name” university, at the cheapest price, then take educational and enrichment courses through free non-degree online courses . Such students are choosing to build their own educational curricula.
Replay - On Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 5 p.m. EST, Young Media Critics talk with Frank W. Baker, media literacy education consultant and author about the importance of medial literacy education to children, parents and other concerned adults who work with young people.
Frank W. Baker is a media literacy education consultant and the author of three books, including Media Literacy In the K-12 Classroom (ISTE, 2012). He contributed two chapters to Mastering Media Literacy (Solution Tree, 2014). In November 2013, Frank was a co-recipient of the National Telemedia Council‘s annual Jessie McCanse Award given for individual contributions to the field of media literacy over at least 10 years. Follow him on Twitter @fbaker.
1. In the News 2. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer talks about his book, The Court and the World: American Law and the New Global Realities, at the National Constitution Center’s annual celebration of Constitution Day. In his book, Justice Breyer examines the challenges facing the American judiciary and the application of American law in a variety of international context, including commerce, treaty obligations, copyright, human rights, and securities fraud. 3. Book Talk. 4. Listener Calls.
Brother Curtis Horse is back! After taking time-off, Brother Curtis is ready to share what the Lord has been doing in his life the last few weeks, that it may bring encouragement to "Young Disciples" and those young at heart as we learn to walk with the lord during our time here on earth we all are needing to go thought the processes of growth and sifting witch at times is not fun or comfortable but veary much so nessasery if we know that God the father is for us then we should not be against him
tune in to every wednesday at 7 mst for Young Disciples and pray that you will be able to take some things a way form this teaching shalmo family see you then
Hosted by Walter Davis and Jill Jones-Soderman
A Discussion and review of recent shows dealing with
CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE ALLEGATIONS
ALLEGATIONS THAT ARISE IN THE COURSE OF CUSTODY DISPUTES
FAMILY COURT/CRIMINAL COURT
ASSESSMENT - CPS
CHILD ADVOCACY CENTERS
REVIEW AND DISCUSSION OF STANDARD OF CARE
STATUS OF PERCEPTION OF FAIRNESS AND EQUAL PROTECTION
CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES-
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