Street Beat: A Community Conversation On Bullying
This week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at the problem of bullying in schools. First, Jeff Sakwa, the co-founder of the anti-bullying non-profit Defeat the Label, explains what this organization does and its upcoming Community Conversation on Bullying. Then Dr. Saumya Pathak, an M-D Resident in Pediatrics at the D-M-C Children's Hospital of Michigan in Detroit, stops by to discuss the physical and medical complications of bullying. Next, Don Ferguson, a presenter for the OK-2-Say program, shows how kids can anonymously provide tips about dangerous activities in schools. Finally, Counselor Daryl Beebe of Berkley High School talks about their new Sources of Strength program that helps teens facing stressful situations.
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Street Beat: Crime PreventionThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson learns about the different organizations helping those who have been impacted by crime and violence. First, Esther's Sister Circle helps woman and children who need to transform their lives. Founder Kenneatria Sutton shares the details. Then, the new violence intervention program DLIVE is explained by Dr. Tolulope Sonuyi, the Director for DLIVE on behalf of City Connect Detroit, and Ray Winans, violence intervention specialist with DLIVE. Next, Program Director Shakenya Wardlaw, and Malik Bellefant, the Executive Director of Man Power Mentoring, explain how their mentoring program helps those who have had brushes with the law. Finally, Laura Blankenship, the Director of Community Relations for the Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula, shares the latest information on computer scams.
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Street Beat: Diversity DayThis week on Street Beat, the CW50 partnership with the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion continues with a look at “Diversity, Race, and Inclusion among African-Americans and the city of Detroit.”
Street Beat: Crime PreventionThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson learns about the different organizations helping those who have been impacted by crime and violence. First, Esther's Sister Circle helps woman and children who need to transform their lives. Founder Kenneatria Sutton shares the details. Then, the new violence intervention program DLIVE is explained by Dr. Tolulope Sonuyi, the Director for DLIVE on behalf of City Connect Detroit, and Ray Winans, violence intervention specialist with DLIVE. Next, Program Director Shakenya Wardlaw, and Malik Bellefant, the Executive Director of Man Power Mentoring, explain how their mentoring program helps those who have had brushes with the law. Finally, Laura Blankenship, the Director of Community Relations for the Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula, shares the latest information on computer scams.
Street Beat: Mental Health AwarenessThis week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone looks at mental health issues. First Dr. Gina Lynem explains Seasonal Affective Disorder, the signs of mental illness, and when to seek counseling. Then, Heather Rae, the President and CEO of Common Ground, explains how this agency helps those in a crisis situation. Next, the founder of Know Resolve, Dennis Liegghio, talks about the issues of teen suicide. Finally, the multi-cultural counseling center iAmerica is introduced by its Director, Rabia Latif.

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