Stephanie Mann, Founder and Executive Director of Safe Kids Now, gave a webinar on how to stop crime and violence. Agenda: Quick introductions and new ideas Stephanie Mann’s presentation Questions and comments Ideas moving forward
Stephanie L. Mann was interviewed on bullies and parenting. The interview will air on June 23, 2019 on WWBX Mix 104-1 in Boston between 6 am – 7 am.
A new study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has determined that less than half of school-aged children in the U.S. are flourishing. View full article here.
Nadine Burke Harris discusses the impact of childhood trauma.
Dr. Kate Transchel has done research on human trafficking over the last 20 years. In her Ted Talk, “Hidden in plain sight – slavery in your Community,” she discusses her findings.
DID YOU KNOW… taxpayers are paying men who abuse women and children.
Many American families have made a terrible mistake, which has cost lives! They failed to discuss and create an environment that promotes individual responsibility. As a result, many young people do not know how to handle emotional pain and anger. Anger can turn into revenge as individuals blame others for their problems. They may even feel…
What Texas is doing to protect children from predators. Video is a hearing on Bill HB3135. Let’s support people working to keep kids safe. The sexual revolution was started by the Kinsey Report. Alfred Kinsey was a sexual predator. Check out http://www.drjudithreisman.com/ for information about Dr. Kinsey. Thank you Cessaly Hutchinson, for sharing this information.
The loss of community participation has contributed to the growth of drug abuse, crime, violence and youth suicide. Social isolation has created a growing number of isolated youth who are “plugged” into their devices and get limited information from family, religion or involved neighbors who cares about them. That change has made it easier for…
In cities where gun violence occurs, we need police to stop all forms of violence and unlawful behavior. However, when problems are stopped by police, most citizens go back to, business as usual. What will it take to PREVENT crimes and gun violence, more police or more citizen involvement? What if you planned a gala…