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We will be discussing different programs that Future Champions offer and the importance of them. We will discuss many more topics pertaining to Future Champions. Our special guest athlete for the week will be Grenada High School basketball standout, Tyrin Jones. For our other sports topics, we will discuss the firing of Rutgers men basketball coach, the talk of Britney Griner in the NBA & the NCAA Final Four. Join us and feel free to call in.
Kayte Deioma, as Auntie Kayte, creates songs and stories that teach children to love and respect themselves, others and the world around them. She enchants children with a new spin on familiar characters, while fostering creativity, positive values, conscious citizenship, and the ability to think analytically and make good choices. Auntie Kayte provides tools that help parents and teachers reinforce positive behaviors and beliefs in kids (and in themselves!). Her healing lullabies use scientific principles to foster healthy sleep for all ages. Her happy songs and stories help kids 2 through 10 figures out who they are and who they choose to be in the world. Auntie Kayte wants every child to feel loved and valued, and that their opinions, ideas and choices matter.
Kayte returned to her musical roots after a 20 year break, when her journey took a detour creating youth programs for Cambodian refugees, and becoming a professional photographer and writer. Finding and telling stories have been a thread through all of her work. Divine intervention brought her back to music and inspired the creation of a whole collection of children's songs soon to be recorded. You can hear samples of her music at www.auntiekayte.com
It’s not always easy to identify youth on the streets through typical counts of unsheltered people experiencing homelessness. Homeless youth are less likely to spend time in the same places as homeless people who are in an older age range. They are often less willing to disclose that they’re experiencing homelessness or may not even identify as homeless. They also may work harder to try to blend in with peers who aren’t homeless. For the first time in 2013, the Department of Housing and Urban Development called for communities to conduct a youth-inclusive count that would include unaccompanied homeless youth, up to 24-years-old. That year in January, 46,924 unaccompanied homeless children and youth were counted. Given the difficulty of counting homeless youth, that estimate is likely an undercount. The Alliance estimates that during a year there are approximately 550,000 unaccompanied, single youth and young adults up to age 24 who experience a homelessness episode of longer than one week. Approximately 380,000 of those youth are under the age of 18. While these are rough estimate made using imperfect information, it is a good starting point from which communities and the federal government can begin to scale resources and interventions. We have a change in time for our show only for this Friday night Aug 22nd to 9:30pm CT so I could have my special guest speaker, the beautiful young lady who is lately being called "Miss Tennessee Teen USA ~ Alexis Mihalinec who will be addressing the topic of homelessness with me. Join us as we discuss the staggering statistics of our young ones that roam the streets. Tune in at www.blogtalkradio.com/ritahodges and/or call live only to 646-929-0421. My audience is what makes my show. See you there!!! Ciao bella...
The National Sports Report has Created The National Sports Report Preseason Top 15 list. This list premiers on August 11th and will rank the top 15 youth football teams in the Country at each division. Teams work hard to be the best. NSR wants to recognize teams and great youth coaches for their hard work by providing exposure opportunities for their programs. This is also a resource for teams to easily identify the nations top programs, schedule games against the top teams in the country and network with coach from around the country. The List will change every 3 weeks based on the criteria listed above. Teams can put it all on the line all season to end the year as the NSR National #1 Team Based on Ranking.
Approximately 40% of homeless youth are LGBTQ. Nearly all homeless youth service providers in the U.S. now serve our youth but very few are exclusively by, for and about LGBTQ Youth.
Joining Ina, Teresa and Michelle on CAN WE TALK FOR REAL on Wednesday August 20, 2014 is Jerry Peterson, Executive Director of The Ruth Ellis Center in Highland Park, Michigan serving the metro-Detroit community. The Ruth Ellis Center is a youth social services agency that serves the needs of runaway, homeless and at-risk youth. Incorporated in 1999, it is one of the nation’s leading organizations focusing on vulnerable youth who are experiencing residential instability
Being homeless brings its own level of stigma to LGBTQ youth and the definition for homelessness defies traditional boundaries. Many youth say “I have a home. I just don’t want to go there”. Opting for alternative housing (couch surfing, etc.) and/or the streets over unstable households. Sex trafficking transactional sex, even suicide are day –to-day realities. What can we do?
Peterson will be talking about the “Family Acceptance Project” which focuses on the harmful effects of family rejection and the importance of engaging family members who are outed by their children and other options for our youth than the dangers/victimization on the streets.
America’s next generation of LGBTQ youth need us to stand with them so that they can stand on their own. How can you help? Tune in Wednesday, August 20, 2014 to CAN WE TALK FOR REAL and be a part of the solution.
Join us in the fight to save our YOUTH. Call in 347-215-8985, show starts at 10:30est/9:30cst. Press 1 to speak.
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Ever since the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson Missouri by Police Officer Darren Wilson, the response by the people of that community according to some was either out of line and to others long overdue.
This preexisting tensions of Ferguson Missouribetween the Police and young Black youth as well as the racial tensions set the stage for this unfortunate incident to explode as it has.
Tonight we want to give a forum for all to express their opinions no matter what end of the spectrum that they are on in commenting about how the Blacks of Ferguson and beyond react to incidents such as this.
Tonight at ScurvMedia Studios live in attendance we will have Ezell Harris, The Director Of Floridians Monitoring Law Enforcement (FMLE) and he expresses his viewpoints on what really went down in Ferguson Missouri and the bigger collective issues that our communities need to put their energies into.
Look forward to absorbing a very intense cerebral experience that will stimulate and renew your mind to take positive action from where you stand!
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Yute Vybz comes your way at 8pm. Tonight is all about UWI and UTECH orientations. Is grubbing necessary? What's hall life like, and is it worth it? Or is orientation a waste of time? Tertiary student leaders will join us. In the Yute Trendzsegment, we want to know your reaction to the ALS ice bucket challenge, is it a waste of time without donating? We also have, Hot Topics, Yute Spotlight and much more. Join us at 8pm over at: http://talkjamaicaradio.com/listen.php
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Want to know the right edit program to use. I will help you with these guestions and more. There is so much to learn on editing films and sound it would take me months to tell you about it all. But I am going to give you the tools in finding everything you need and some I am going to tell you how. Know this, if you're not ready to work at become a great editor, don't start. Anyone can make a film and put it on youtube. But their not good enough for Hollywood. So grab a pen and pad and tune into my show. firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or remarks.
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