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How the Pandemic Effected Uplift Family Services
"I'm join remotely via zoom by faith jackson. The transitional housing program supervisor of uplift family services. Thanks for being here face. Thank you for having me. So could you please provide the audience. Just a quick overview of who apply family service programs. are it's a regional organization with a as ing kind of ecosystem if you will of wraparound services for families definitely so the agency or on is one of the largest most albums the behavioral treatments in california one of the bigger providers each year we serve. Do whatever it takes to help about. Thirty five thousand children and families to manage and recover from challenges coming from trauma such as severe neglect and abuse. Essential life skills that they need to be successful at home or school and in their communes in so short mission statement. Is you know we do whatever it takes to. Strengthen advocate for children families and adults and communities to realize their hopes in behavior health and wellbeing. And then you are. Throughout the bay area you're working in kind of concord east bay but then you also have offices i think in the south bay in west bays recall that's correct as well as out to sacramento so here locally. We asked him oxygen in campbell. There's seven conquer where. I'm out a few supervised the tape program. So if you could explain what tae as we were saying before we came on acronyms are us what tae is. And then what the tape program is in to you. Know who are the residents that you serve great so advance. For transitional age you must pacific program. Supervise is the transitional housing program. Our young people are foster children and their ages range. Any rare which lane sixteen to twenty one am before two thousand well young people at the age of eighteen. We're just put out of foster care and and learn some of the most important life skills
Fresh update on "foster child" discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea
"I think Arizona at least and I do not believe that Arizona ever. Uh, obviously, MLK Day is a federal holiday. So therefore it's a holiday everywhere, But I do not believe that the that the Arizona Legislature ever, um, ever approved that independently. David hate to do this to you. Muppet up in my 10 30 break, So I got to let you go, okay? The other will Thank you so much for taking my call. God bless you, and, uh, thank you for calling All the folks out there are happy, right? Ju team. Alright, David, same to you. Thank you for everybody. Goodnight. Okay. We have listeners all over the country. So when you call into nice side, you're speaking of people all over the country when we get back, Um, I want to begin a conversation in this final half hour. Before the 20th hour about the Supreme Court decision yesterday, which basically said the Catholic social Services, UH in Philadelphia. Have a right Because of the free exercise clause of the First Amendment Religious liberty, uh, not to place Children as foster pair as foster Children. In the homes of gay couples. Now I personally don't see anything wrong in any way, shape or form with a gay couple giving a child Um, home. Um particularly, uh, look, all of us might might look and say it be better if they were in a home of a mom and dad. But gay couple, um, whether it be two men or two women also can provide that, um, that love and care for a child with foster in foster care, and it's certainly better for a child. To be in the home of two loving parents or, for that matter, one loving parent If if a person is willing to take on a child as an individual, however, that was not the issue in front of the court. Um and and what was decided yesterday we're going to talk about that. We come back. The court's decision was nine. Nothing and I think it was the right decision. You may agree or disagree. We'll pick it up on the other side right after the news. Hi, Dan Nightside with Dan Ray. WBZ Boston.
What Is Your Job As a Mother?
"What do you believe. Your job is as a mother to give you a second to formulate your answer to that. What do you believe. Your job is as a mother. You have an answer in mind. This is the question that today's guests crystal paine asked. The community of women have along with her popular blog. instagram account. The money saving mom and the answer she received didn't surprise her because she herself had spent years defining her role as a mom in the same ways that her community of readers were now defining themselves crystal says that the majority of the responses were along. The lines of my job is apparent is to raise responsible independent adults. My job is apparent to raise godly children who love jesus with all their hearts. My job is apparent is to raise kids who make choices and our people with good morals and character. These are all very valid and good aspirations for parenting but are any of those truly with an appearance control. Can we really control how our kids turn out. And if so how can that actually be our job as parents and the focus on trying to make sure our kids turn out a certain way really lead us to parenting from a place of fear and control rather than parenting from a place of love and trust. These are the questions. That crystal has grappled with for the past sixteen years as she spirited her four biological children as well as the foster children whom she's been honored to have in her home in her latest book. Love centered parenting crystal shares. She has transformed from a parent who was obsessed with appearances and outcomes to apparent who is obsessed with love specifically the love that god has for her and how she can pour that love onto her children. Crystal is a personal friend of mine. Who's been on the podcast once before teaching us about how to make over your mornings. She is a christian blogger. Whose faith i have deeply admired for years. And she does not shy away from talking about her belief in god as it weaves into all of the different aspects of her life and her
Pope Francis, in Shift for Church, Voices Support for Same-Sex Civil Unions
"It's a sea change of the Catholic Church in a new documentary, Pope Francis's supporting civil unions for same sex couples. An unusually clear expression of support for homosexual couples. Pope Francis back civil union laws, saying gay couples have a right to be legally covered civil union laws are already in place in many countries and states but are rarely is comprehensive his laws on same sex marriage in a new documentary out today, the pope also says homosexuals have a right to be in the church family because news correspondent Elaine Cobb A sudden shift by the church comes as no surprise to those who have carefully tracked. The pope's message is this is something he's thought about for a long time, D. C based Jesuit priest, Reverend Thomas Reese, analyst for Religion News Service because the pope, speaking in a just premier documentary in Rome, is saying that gay people have a right to family when he was Thea bishop of Point of Sarah's in Argentina. He supported the idea of civil unions for gay couples. What is unclear by the pope's remarks, re says is whether the pope is including Children, in his reference to gays having a right to family. Hardly Catholic adoption agencies in the United States Do not allow gays to adopt or foster Children.
"foster child" Discussed on KUOW Newsroom
"Do appreciate you joining us for morning edition on Komo w ninety, four, nine I'm Angela King. Jasmine Jerrell is a former foster child from Seattle she says, she was arrested and placed in King County's youth detention center several times for running away from her foster care placements. This was in the late nineties and early two thousands and last month King County Executive Dow Constantine announced he's going to seek to phase out all youth detention in the county by the year twenty, twenty, five and Jerrell says quote this brings me to tears. kyw's Amy Radel spoke to Jerrell about the impact of juvenile detention in her life and she joins us right now. Amy, thanks so much for your time Hi Angela. So. Why did Jasmine Jerrell wind up going to youth detention so many times. Her experience shines a light into how the state handled kids in foster care until just the last several years Gerald grew up in Seattle. But when she was eight years old, she was taken from her mother's custody and it's typically police and social workers who come to the home in those situations. So she says, foster kids associate police with those traumatic incidents She says, she asked to stay in. SEATTLE, and keep in contact with her family. But a lot of times that didn't happen she was moved around she couldn't call them and she started running away a warrant would get issued and when police found her, she'd be arrested and placed in youth detention at least overnight until she was given another placement by point is I wasn't a criminal. You know I wasn't somebody who was doing anything wrong. I was violent or anything like that. I was just therefore just run reports. But when you're a foster child, it's a warrant and amy of kids aren't wards of the state things could get handled differently. Yeah. Journal said one time a police officer by mistake took her to a place near the detention center. It's called Spruce Street and at that time they cared for kids who are not. In foster care but had run away from home and she said she couldn't believe the difference in the atmosphere. It was like a community center instead of jail and she said it was even more painful to feel like foster youth were just not valued as much as other kids. So did Gerald keep running or where did she go eventually she kept running and ultimately she says, she dropped out. Of High, school because police officers were coming there to look for her she says, she was never physically or sexually abused in foster care but she just founded dehumanizing. She felt like no one really cared about her. She's actually kind of darkly funny about some of the things she experienced. She said, some foster homes gave the foster kids kinda off brand food while they ate you know regular. Food they had locks on their fridges. They would tell the foster kids not to talk to their biological kids. In some cases there were all these stringent rules I'm she said, group homes for teens were a bit better but ultimately, she chose to live on the streets around the U. District in Seattle until she was about to age out of the system and then right before my eighth birthday. Actually. Went Back in contacted them and I will I went to the police station I said ever went. And they said okay it. Took me in one last time and unless social worker met with me I said, well, I, wanted to do this before eighteen because I wanted to see if you guys have any help and she says that social worker said, they had nothing to offer her that day since then she's learned that there are programs to support foster kids as they age out and that's even more. So these days. So how did foster care and all of these experiences youth detention ultimately shape her as a person she became very opposed to youth detention she doesn't think any youth should. Be In jail if they have mental health needs that require a lot of supervision. She thinks there should be other ways to accomplish that and we're about to see what that looks like in. King County. There's a new state law that forbids placing foster youth in detention for running away that provisions took effect just July first this year in King. County we have about twenty youth in detention. Currently, those numbers have been dropping and I want to come back to Gerald Story. She says for her finally something made a difference in her life I was diagnosed with severe depression. When I was young, that would I was twenty two I became preg- of my son. And it was like. Finally, like I MATT She has encountered all the barriers that people face when they're trying to get some stability. She had an addiction when she was just nineteen you know an age when a lot of young people are still living at home. She had terrible bus commutes taking three buses to get to her retail job. But she's been able to buy a home she's in school and she. Has Two. Young Children Gerald is white and she says, she did experience privilege compared to children of color around her on her older son is black and is developmentally disabled, and now journal says she's telling her story and trying to work for a safer world for him and for her daughter now right Kyw's Amy Radel, thank you so much for joining us. Oh, you're welcome. And you can read more about Gerald's journey at K. U. O. W. Dot Org..
Jennifer Carroll Foy: Lets run and win!
"Jennifer welcome to the PODCAST. How are you I? AM good good Thank you for having me. Here of course I'm so excited for everyone to hear from my plus one from the she. The people list and learn why I just had to choose you. First question is winded your love of politics begin. Believe my level of politics began when I saw that. Being in a position of power away to make real change, and so I was just you know, gripe all the time about being in traffic traveling, you know two hours to go twenty miles and Why are schools segregated employees funded? And you know trying to help my foster children, and there's so many a deficits in the system. And why weren't anyone speaking about? These issues got frustrated with those things that I wanted to be a part of the solution to solve a lot of these problems and I figured out with early that politics. Politics is a way to do it. That's the way that you are invited to the table and Your brother's decisions are being made, but we're definitely GONNA dive into all the amazing work that you have done, but you are a laser in so many ways. You became one of the first black woman to graduate from the historically. All Mel Virginia Military Institute, which just Kudos to you I did Air Force Junior ROTC in high school. That was enough for me, but what made you apply? And what were you thinking when you got accepted? So I applied to Virginia. Military Institute because I was watching the Virginia Military Institute. Supreme Court decision on TV. Them is one of the top military colleges in this country, and they spent millions of dollars to keep women out of doors. And when I was in that high school classroom I remember hearing men in the class. They think like women don't belong where fear your. We can't run as fast as hard and we're not as smart. And I remember hearing justice. GINSBURG say basically that women can do all things if given the opportunity and I agree. And Tokyo's men that I'm just smart and just as capable and powerful as any man in that class, and I mentioned. So is that that time that my best friend? He was going to go to west point, and he walked up to me, and he said I'm going to go with you when you go to them. I because I want to be there to watch you when you fail. Even dough right? We were friends. Don't forget them still female and therefore interior. So I looked at him, and said challenge accepted. And, so he went to BMI, so did I and other meal in our class. And when they got their head shaped ball, so did I and they gave me a management for 'cause. The might have changed any of his standards for women. And actor years of marching wedding and bleeding beside over a thousand male cadet. Out of the other two men who with me to be a month, I'm the only one who of us walk across that. Virginia military stage, and so that's what I would lie and that's why I'm happy that I graduated succeeded. Oh my goodness, so we know that was not the first time he had to deal with men. Telling you that you couldn't do something. It wasn't your turn. You also experienced this. When you ran for office when he ran for Virginia. Delegate, you were not the quote. Unquote preferred candidates by Iran. Anyway you did our emerge boot camp. You are my emerge sister and you also ran your campaign while pregnant with twins. So tell everyone just the whole story about when made you WANNA run running for office while pregnant and just the entire experience of knowing that you were the best candidate to represent your district. Yeah, absolutely, so I decided to run in two thousand seventeen, because you know I was just tired of the partisan politics and the divisive rhetoric that was happening, and I always thought. How could we lack someone so bigoted and racist and xenophobic and homophobic to the leader of the free world and I knew then that we needed a response to talk. We needed a response design of politics that were happening in Richmond where they were trying to pass. A transactional ultra sank town bill and they put politically. Politically motivated and medically unnecessary restrictions on women's reproductive health care, or they weren't fully funding education in a way that makes sense, and so I decided to do something about it, and being one of the first public defenders ever like Virginia. General, assembly when I was practicing as a public defender I just saw so many of the inequities in our system, and how we have a two tier criminal justice here, Virginia one for the wealthy, and by themselves out of prison in one for everyone else. And, so I knew I could continue to be you know a community organizer in foster mom, and do all these things to help the community and fight against that laws, or I could become a delegate impact. Good one. So those are the things that really put the fire and leave me in order to for office while pregnant was not just one with two baby. And you know run against what was pretty much. Thought is as the establishment candidate who had all the endorsements? He outraced me four to one, and it didn't matter because I knew that I was the better candidate, and even though I could. I would be outraged. I knew that I would never outworked.
Anna Julia Cooper, Visionary Black Feminist
"Today we're talking about an African American author scholar Speaker activist sociologist and Educator who succeeded in an era when nearly all the cards were stacked against her are feminist of the day. Is Dr Anna Julia Cooper? Anna Julia Haywood was born into slavery on August tenth eighteen fifty eight in Raleigh North Carolina. When Anna was young she and her two older brothers worked as house slaves in the home of George Washington. Haywood when Anna was nearly five years old. Abraham Lincoln made his emancipation proclamation while life was still incredibly difficult for African Americans in the US especially in the south new doors. Slowly Open for children like Ama- when she was nine Anna won a scholarship to attend the new. Saint Augustine's normal school and Collegiate Institute. A school created to train new teachers to educate former slaves. Anna consistently got good grades. She excelled in the liberal arts as well as math and science even so anna soon realized her opportunities were limited by gender. In addition to race male classmates were directed towards a more rigorous curriculum than their female peers. Anna fought to take the men's courses and eventually succeeded. This fight prompted Anna to dive into advocacy for the education of black women in eighteen. Seventy seven Anna married one of her classmates George Cooper. He passed away just two years later. In the aftermath Anna Dove headfirst into furthering her education and advocacy. She studied mathematics at Oberlin. College where she continued to take the classes designated for men by eighteen. Eighty eight and had earned both a bachelor's of science and a masters degree she also taught math science and Latin at a high school for black students in DC in eighteen ninety two and published a book entitled a voice from the South by a black woman of the south it became one of the first poor African American feminist texts in it. Anna argues that educating black women is the single best investment in the well-being and prosperity of her community around that time. Anna joined the Black Women's Club movement. A coalition of middle-class black women striving to empower other African Americans and became Popular Public Speaker for the movement. She gave speeches at gatherings. Like the National Conference of Colored Women in eighteen ninety five and the first pan-american conference held in London. In one thousand nine hundred. She spoke about the oppression of African Americans and the importance of empowerment through education in nineteen. Oh Two Anna became the principal of the high school where she'd been teaching for years under her leadership. School became known for its Academic Reputation. And it's focused and college preparation. The schools focused drew no shortage of critics many people including prominent black speaker and community leader. Booker T. Washington believed that vocational classes were more important than academic ones. The DC board of education eventually sided with Anna's opposition and refuse to renew her contract for the nineteen o five school year still. She continued her work in education. Teaching at Lincoln University in one thousand nine ten Anna was hired to teach in her high school. Alma Mater Saint Augustine's. She stayed there until nineteen thirty. She also served as the president of a university for working adults by age sixty seven. She earned a doctorate degree from the Sorbonne in Paris making her the fourth African American woman in history to earn a degree of that level. Her dissertation called Slavery and the French revolutionist was written in French. Anna was a groundbreaking scholar educator and feminist writer. She was also a hardworking mother. Who raised to foster children and five adopted children? Anna passed away in her sleep at the age of one hundred five
Supreme Court To Hear Dispute Over Philadelphia Catholic Agency That Won’t Place Foster Children With Same-Sex Couples
"The Supreme Court will hear dispute over Philadelphia agency the war place foster children with same sex couples the justices will review an appeals court ruling that upheld the city's decision to stop placing children with the archdiocese of Philadelphia's agency because it would not permit same sex couples to serve as foster
You Gotta Believe: Fostering Older Kids and Youth
"Can we please talk about the event we went to last week for the? You gotta believe gotTa believe. I mean using shirt foster children. Don't age out with their mission. Yeah and and you remember mother Mary from season from last year. How could you not remember mother Mary if he didn't listen to mother Mary's episode go back? Listen to her. She's this woman who fostered how many children eight hundred million. She's like Ronald Lady lives in a shoe. We joked about that in the dance. She is like the whole time. She's talking to us. We knew her as Mary and then I said can. We claim mother Mary. She said everybody calls me that because she just has this vile she's amazing she's so loving and accepting and patient and kind like she's literally mother. Mary and so we went to they. Did a Seth Detsky who you also remember from our podcast and has been James was land is has been James Wesley so they put a benefit. It's like a Broadway benefit with Broadway stars for. You GotTa believe in and Mary Mother. Mary invited us with our wives. So we got like sitters and we went out on. The town had a date night. Double date date he did was so we sat down. We sat down in the theater. And I said we're prepared to cry. We're GONNA cry. She was like why would we cry? I was like that was an. Yeah why was I know but you were like? Oh we'll see I don't know what you said you said you you know you feel in the crying like I. I acquired eastern guys Robbins saw. I was afraid to look over at her. I was like Oh God. Is She really sobbing? That wasn't sure Kohl's dreaming down my face during the entire thing story really. Laurie half who I remember as Jackie from Roseanne but she does much our I mean. She's so amazing. She got up and spoke. I didn't even know that she was a foster mom was just it was. It was so powerful story was beautiful sunny. I went home until my kids about the stories. Because you have no idea how lucky you are. She went home was telling him about that. One girl who's foster parents locked the food padlocks and only their natural born kids got back keys and my kids were just like staring blank. Faced me Oh my God of Evil Fairytale Gusting like that actually happens. I know there's so many terrible things out there but then there's good foster parents as well. Which is what this event highlighted and the ones who become these children's forever homes even when they're sixteen seventeen eighteen twenty two. She got adopted. Finally it just matters so much because when you think about these foster kids their system so long they don't have an example of what a family is. They don't have a blueprint you know. Our kids are so lucky to have a blueprint of what you do and they have us to help them get a bank account. You get a self like all these things that you need rental help apply to college. College apply to high school at a middle school. But you gotta you gotTa check out you got to believe and in donate to them and and look into organization their website is you gotta believe Dot Org. Just they're just Just such an incredible. We talk for hours but we're not going
Washington DC: A child-welfare worker came to pick up a second-grader. The school handed over the wrong student.
"And in other news tonight a DC elementary school mistakenly turned over the wrong second grader to a child welfare worker arranging a visit between a foster child and his father the mix up happened back on January thirty first worker showed up at Harriet Tubman elementary and asked for the foster child by his full name instead the school brought out another student who shares the same unusual first name no one realized anything was amiss until the child's family came to pick you up from school The Washington Post reports the child was reunited with his father nearly two hours after he was
Gov. Kemp’s State Of The State Address, $2K Raise For Teachers
"Up happening now the governor state of the state about to get underway and many are waiting to hear where the governor wants to cut back and if teachers are gonna get that promise pay raise despite a good economy here in Georgia it's been a tight budget years revenues have remained flat governor bring campus already call for state departments to trim their budgets by four percent this year and six percent for Nexen very impressed them using technology and really existed so used to make government better and smaller but continue to do the same amount of service uses that means more money for priorities such as George's foster children which is proposing tripling the tax credits for families who adopt them is also hoping to keep his promise for the additional two thousand dollar pay raise for teachers center parish ninety five point five
Fort Bragg Families Hold It Together While Troops Deploy
"Green this is uncertain time for members of the US military community and their families as tensions between the United States and Iran escalate the Pentagon has deployed part of the eighty second airborne division to Kuwait that division is based in Fort Bragg North Carolina and that is where we find J. praise from member station W. you NC across the country thousands of cell phones rang interrupting holiday season vacations household chores and private family moments Rachel hurdles husband Alex got one of those calls and we thought that it was a drill because that happens you know you got two hours you need to come in but this wasn't practice this was real they and their four kids were in Ohio visiting her terminally ill mother they packed the kids in the car and started driving back the eighty second airborne is often referred to as the nation's nine one one force one of the divisions three brigades of about four thousand soldiers has to be ready to fly to a crisis area anywhere in the world and just hours sergeant hurdle had gotten special permission to travel because of his mother in law's health issues Rachel hurdle said the drive back was tense telling their kids their father was deploying wasn't easy three or foster children which made it even harder my biological child Joshua he's almost nine and this is his third deployment but for other children this is their first time being military children and then to finally bond with a father that they love who they're hoping will adopt them cat Bartlett whose family owns the paratroopers team morning John coffee shop says surges of troops leaving and returning are part of the rhythm of life here I'm hearing that a lot of more to playing a lot of are on call to deploy a lot are gone and some aren't coming in there saying this is my last trophy so sure around the space there few visible clues anything's out of the ordinary other than ours long traffic jams at the main gates because of heightened security checks but the formal and informal support networks for the families have sprung to life like Jill Jerry gal skis neighbors who quickly noticed her husband's truck was gone and called to check in and our friends who are always ready to help sometimes all order pizza and Tommy Hayden is coming don't don't worry about it tonight which is awesome and they've been known to leave that cocktails on the front door front step which is very much appreciated especially at the end of the day sure a gal ski is a seasoned veteran of deployments but it can still be tough and this time no one knows when the soldiers will be back not having a dates are a time frame to like look forward to or just you know in the end goal like okay we're almost there were halfway there like I have no idea I can't you know the kids don't know like what Daddy be here for my birthday you know I have no idea Rachel hurdle says that could mean missing important family moments like a family formally becoming a family I am just holding on to hope that he'll be home and we will have one big huge adoption party with Daddy there but if not I do have a specific power of attorney and his blessing that I can sign that paperwork and we'll celebrate when he gets home but it just won't quite be the same that's military life babies are born adoptions happen emergency situations take place and they're not always here and it's not always clear when they'll be
Congress reaches landmark deal on paid family leave for federal employees
"This one Congress has reached a deal on a spending bill that gives all federal workers twelve weeks of paid parental leave that's something new and pretty progressive I think this part of the national defense authorization act garantiza two million federal employees paid leave to care for any new children they may have adopted or foster children as well senator Chuck Schumer and speaker Pelosi pushed for the provision to be included in the defense spending bill and it's you know they what the happens there these guys they tack on things was is got to do with the defense spending bill nothing but it does get it done he gets the job done because the Republicans gonna want to get at the defense spending bill passed so apparently if you work for a private company the pressures on your employer to be greater to give your parental leave when your child comes so this is it they try to set a standard here I don't know the twelve Richie you're an employer how what happens if one of the people that works there radio America is having a baby what do you do is it that you have some kind of leave policy of private companies easier for the government to give this kind time I suppose but what do you do you must be dog these yeah you know what actually I can actually answer it least in California you go on disability is what you do rose companies at some companies may have some extra time but most of the time you apply for disability and and then it's the date or the feds I can't remember that actually pay for that so that you can take that whenever they leave hiding at six weeks yeah okay six white it's a you know it's it's crazy it is that so many women have been for and if I could drop is behind a lot of this is well she's been this is one of her big causes it's I have friends who who go to Washington on a regular basis and and have lobbied for paid parental leave and it's just it's amazing to me that we are supposedly the best country in the world and we just we don't support mothers anywhere on there we are yeah we are again and your father's it's also father's two fathers get out get paternal leave as well as part of this deal
Migrant kids split at border were harmed in foster care, claims say
"Trump wanted this he pushed it through and we separated kids from their parents which I think is absolutely disgusting I called the trumps Katrina I think you know when the election comes up this can be brought up again and he didn't see the backlash from summer even some of his supporters he also didn't see the lawsuits because if you think he's going to pay out of his own wallet no no no the these families who have been separate will tell you least one story these families have been separated they're going to sue the United States government for millions there's a thirty eight legal claims thirty eight lawsuits obtained by the AP the Associated Press some have never been made public taxpayers could be on the hook for two hundred million dollars in damages if every case is adjudicated in found in the plaintiff's favor who said their children were harmed right not just separated but abused or suffer trauma in government custody of one story the AP is when working on a story like this so you know we believe that you know I don't know there was a dad and his seven year old son crossing the border into Arizona and the border patrol agents took the man seven year old son out of his arms and they sent the father the Georgia Georgia and they sent the board in New York to a foster care facility for migrant children in New York state now the boy he has said he was repeatedly sexually Maret molested by other boys in the foster home and this is part of the zero tolerance policy you know where they were separation I just think you know if you keep the families together that's going to be able to protect that boy from yeah well a lot more than I didn't being separated from the kids dad was saying that the boy was eight and the other boys who molested him were much older any can fight for himself right so you know again if this is true because who knows I'm sure some of them are true some of them maybe not but I'm I mean I'm gonna go and say it if this is probably happening me thirty three thousand migrant kids been taken from their parents at the border over a few years and now see if it wasn't a bad enough policy that was an awful policy was inhumane it was on American was disgusting but now we're gonna pay right so so any kind of mention that to that he was creating foster children he was creating orphans and who's going to pay for them yeah well of course the United States because the taxpayer but did you expect the lawsuits in the abuse I mean I don't want to say I didn't but I guess I did it again it's the it's the federal programs it's the federal money and on top of that now you've got two hundred million dollars up in the air and lawsuits was it really worth it two separate kids from their parents the answer's no it can't be it's not because some kids whether or not they got hurt physically like this little boy we're talking about the ordeal suffered trauma yeah we're just being away from their parents a long time that's trauma to it just wasn't worth it and in your wallet you're gonna have less money because that's where your tax money
Clem Sesame, Dowa And Carly discussed on WBZ Morning News
"A popular children's show shines a spotlight on foster children, meet the newest kid on the block at sesame state. Carly is a green muppet with fluffy pigtails. She is the first in foster care. Online videos with her now. Parents Dowa, and Clem sesame workshop says they're intended to assure foster parents and providers that what they do matters, as they build and rebuild family structures and children's sense of
CFPB Chief Says Education Department Is Blocking Student Loan Oversight
"Support for NPR and the following message come from gusto, providing payroll, benefits and HR services for small businesses, gusto serves more than sixty thousand businesses nationwide. With full service payroll HR, tools and health insurance at gusto dot com slash NPR. The director of the consumer financial protection bureau. The CF PB says the Trump administration's education department is getting in the way of efforts to police the student loan industry. This comes amid lawsuits that allege widespread wrongdoing, by student loan companies. Here's NPR's Chris Arnold, the head of the CF PB Kathy Cran anger is responding to Senator Elizabeth Warren and other Democrats who wanted to know whether the consumer protection bureau is doing its job protecting student borrowers and her answer is pretty striking. The letter obtained by NPR is carefully worded. But in essence Kranjcar is saying that the CF is trying to do its job. But she says that companies that manage student loan. Are not handing over information that the bureau needs to do supervision because they say the education department told them, not to in other words, the education department is getting in the way it's actually quite remarkable. Seth frontman heads up the nonprofit student borrower protection center, he used to be the cfpb's student loan ombudsman, but quit last summer over frustrations with the Trump administration. The head of the consumer financial protection bureau is telling the world that the secretary of education has put in place, a series of policies, that are obstructing federal law enforcement officials from standing up for the millions of Americans with student debt Americans, like, Jessica Saint Paul. She was grappling with about eighty thousand dollars in student loans. Then when she heard about a program called public service loan forgiveness. She was ecstatic, the programs designed to encourage public service. So police officers government workers teach. People who work for not prophets if they make payments for ten years, they can get the remainder of their student loan debt forgiven. Saint Paul work for a nonprofit that provides services to foster children. I oh, this is perfect, I called interested in of a service. I don't forgive me. That was nine years ago. She says over the years she called the company servicing, her loans to check in just wanna make sure you know, I'm on track. Okay. No problem conversation with quick. I mean they were so kind. But Saint Paul says she was getting bad information. She says she found out just last year at a conference. There was an information session on loan forgiveness since she was told that she was in the wrong, kind of loan and wrong payment plan, so that she couldn't qualify. And she says a lot of other people were finding out the same thing, right there at the conference support group almost turned into because you were like, no that can't be true. And people were I went on my home. We're gonna phones and that type checking your loan, what type alone they were, and we were all sitting there like just frantic like. Well, on in my in what wait, wait. Wait. Let me pull this up. Let me see bud say, Paul says it was true. If nine years ago, her loan servicer, just told her to take a few simple steps to convert to the right loan payment plan. Everything would have been okay. Instead, she says she feels like somebody's stole tens of thousands of dollars from her is it Australia? Not just cannot believe it happened to me, it's happening to a lot of people so far about ninety nine percent of people applying for this loan forgiveness program or getting rejected, and more than one million people are actively pursuing it and hoping to qualify Saint Paul's a plaintiff in one of the many lawsuits by advocacy groups, and regulators related to this program and other problems. This is why democratic lawmakers say they want to be sure that perhaps the most powerful federal watchdog for consumers is on top of all this in March. Senator Bob Menendez pressed the issue at hearing with CF director chronicler, have you examined why ninety nine percent. Of applicants have been reject. Senator. Get I I understand why you're asking question. It's important one by don't have a specific answer to your question on this topic. Now that lawmakers have chronic or answer was with Warren and four other senators call the revelations disturbing around a letters. They just fired off to student loan, servicing companies, the cfpb in a statement says it's confident that it can resolve the issues and achieve its mission of protecting borrowers. But for its part, the education department appears to be defending its stance, but loan servicers should not hand over information to the CFP be the department says in a statement that it takes privacy. Seriously, and says requests for information about student loan borrowers should be made to the education department said, Froman says the cfpb should flex its muscles, more and take loan servicers to court. If necessary to get them to comply with its oversight efforts, Chris Arnold NPR news.
President Trump, United States and Iran discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Daybreak I'm John Tucker in New York with your global look ahead of the top stories for investors in the coming week still ahead apple and tesla lead more than one hundred forty companies reporting earnings but first let's head to our Bloomberg ninety nine one newsroom in Washington to see what items in politics and government set the top the agenda. Next week and for that we bring a Nathan Hager host of our politics, policy, power and. Law program. Aired weekdays At noon on Bloomberg radio Nathan John foreign. Policy will, top the agenda at least at the start of the week President. Trump welcomes, Italy's new prime minister Giuseppi Kante to the White House on Monday just days after that positive meeting on trade with European Commission president John Claude. Juncker we agreed, today first of all to work together towards zero tariffs zero non-tariff barriers and zero subsidies Or, non auto industrial goods thank you and Bloomberg news. Washington bureau chief Craig Gordon joins me now so Craig what are the expectations going, into this meeting with the new Italian prime minister I mean this is a lot more populous government. I would say then Europe is a whole right and the Italians of course their. Economies not exactly blooming right now so it's a tough you know could be a tough meaning, for this prime minister the meaning with Yonker was fascinating because a. Lot of tough talk on both sides and. Then we got word of a quickie sort of news conference came out to announce a deal. So right now I, think we're still trying to sort through what that deal means it seems like the Europeans agreed to buy some more soybeans and by some, more, natural gas the word in our stories, is they don't really need them anymore so, it means on natural gas from Russia so it's not totally clear what the bang for the buck is going to be on this I serve, American, companies but, Donald Trump shirt seemed happy and so happy that he was willing to, take off the table for now Leased his threat of point five percent auto tariffs from cars command from that part of the, world and also on the foreign policy front this week secretary of. State Mike Pompeo is heading back to Singapore. For the Ozzy on summit and Iran is expected to sign an agreement they're just as the. Trump administration is mounting, this new maximum pressure campaign against Iran yeah you're starting to think Pompeo should just get an apartment in Singapore Spend so much time there between the the Chem summit and and all of that but yes this is an important early needing the full Asia summit is. Not until November in that, part of the world but right now they usually have sort of pre. Meetings, with the, foreign ministers usually the economy minister Steve Mnuchin in the case of the United States would go to, these things so it will be a chance for. Pump hair to be in the room with a lot of Asian leaders who seem like they wanna cut a deal with Iran to have a more open relationship there, right at the very moment the. United States is is really trying to crack down on the Iranians obviously people remember President Trump pulled out of the Iran nuclear, deal told, the Europeans are trying to hold that together then pretty tough, without the US that's for sure and then Pompeo, himself gave a, pretty tough speech essentially seeming to try to rally dissident groups inside Aranda to overthrow the government prevail stop just. Short of saying that but the message is. Pretty clear so perhaps a little bit. Of, awkward staging here where you have the the US leader in the Iranian leader kind of in the. Same airspace but you know, for other parts of the world Iran Kip provide oil it can provide. A, lot of, things and even if the United States is not so happy with the government there doesn't mean these, Asian countries don't want to do business with them. And of course like overshadowing just about everything here in Washington is the ongoing Muller investigation now we've gotten reports in the past week that Muller's now looking into President, Trump's tweets for possible obstruction and. Michael Cohen is looking more and more like he's ready to flip where does this go from here Yeah the developments. Of, recent vintage here are quite important this meeting between some members senior members of the Trump campaign and these Russian operatives is taken on a very big role we believe in. The Muller investigation remember what happened Some folks came and said they wanted to talk to the Trump. Campaign extensively about you know Russian children being are, moving to the United States, and the and that sort of thing foster children turns out they. Were, according to the reports offering to feed them. A negative. Information about Hillary Clinton the Trump campaign people seem to listen at least seemed open to the idea and they have always said that Donald Trump himself than the candidate now the. President did not know about the meeting Michael Cohen Trump's time. Lawyer and really personal sort of was now tells a different story that Trump in fact did know about the meeting and I only. Knew about it but, approved it so, that puts that whole meeting to a very different light. If the candidate. We're open to hearing about negative information about Hillary, Clinton, from Russians who. Boy. That gives rubber mother-in-law to work with that's Bloomberg Washington bureau chief Craig Gordon, and that is what's happening here in the nation's capital.
Oklahoma, Executive Director and Mary Fallon discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday
"Agencies and oklahoma we'll be permitted to turn away same sex parents seeking to adopt or foster children the law states that private agencies cannot be required to place children in homes that violate the agencies quote religious or moral convictions that protects discrimination says troy stevenson executive director of the gay rights group freedom oklahoma and it's the sad day for kids and we just want to make sure that they know we're going to continue to fight for them and that means we're going to court the governor mary fallon says the law does not ban same sex adoption or foster care and oklahoma instead she says it allows faith based agencies to operate in accordance with their beliefs the law is set to go into effect on november first amy held npr news governor fallon also drawing criticism from the national rifle association the inner right blasting her for vetoing a bill that would have led adults carry firearms without a permit or training you're listening to npr news and this is wnyc in new york i'm david i former new york state assembly speaker sheldon silver has been convicted on all counts in his corruption retrial jurors announced their decision last night the manhattan democrat was one of the most powerful elected officials in new york state he was convicted in two thousand fifteen for illegally earning four million dollars from cancer researcher and real estate developers but that verdict was thrown out last year after the us supreme court changed grounds for public corruption bill sanderson reported on the case for the new york daily news and his writing a book on both trials he says silver is going to fight the new conviction to appeal it sounds like i'm very confident that you will process will play out in my favorite sanderson says a sentencing date has been set for friday july thirteenth at a protest against immigration and customs enforcement local activists called for an end to gps ankle monitor's they say the monitors are provided by a for profit company under a contract with ice and that there too restrictive one hundred emigrants who did not want to be identified says she wore a monitor for a few weeks she spoke through an interpreter she feels that she's being on the watch constantly so basically what happens that you come here to.
"foster child" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Spending time with us appreciate it thank you thank you let's go to cynthia in springfield illinois cynthia welcome to the program hide thank you for having me sure my question uh we recently gained custody of my bind who is 12 i do kit up in a drug addiction of his mother and you know we're doing everything we can as far as giving him you know his innovation bob than that and then kill carry the he's very neglect it for a long time which came as a surprise to us because it was very well have you and uh um brittany i i think it was brittany um talked about things that parents need that she needed and she didn't get kim cooper doesn't talk a home hot so i i don't know i don't how he's feeling what specifically as a guardian or as a foster parent do we do need to do what are you looking at what are these kind of looking for cynthia thank you brittany jump in here uh you were a foster child your siblings are still in the foster care system cynthia wants to know what do you need what could you have used what should she be doing yes um so as a foster parent um being very aware and uh conscious of conscientious about family connection and the blend connection um my brothers and sisters foster parents they did everything in their power to make sure i couldn't see my siblings purposely and i honestly didn't know why and i was confused.
"foster child" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"And without partnering with our juvenile justice system with the schools and with other system law enforcement and others to really tony and on trauma and the aftermath of that trauma and how we sorts of our young people the community is a failure we will talk about that collaboration after the break uh we are talking about the opioid crisis and its impact on the foster care system in this country and how we make that system better i'm jane place indices on point we'll be right back oh i'm cici panic smith i am cardiff garcia and we are here with a new show the indicator for planet money on every show we take some number in the news and we dive into it to find the big idea behind get it on npr one or wherever you get your podcasts this is on point i'm jane place in we're talking about the opioid epidemic and the foster care crisis this hour new join the conversation do you have a story to share what do you hear in this conversation we're at one eight hundred four two three eight two five five that's one eight hundred four to three talk you can also follow us on twitter and find us on facebook at on point radio great a panel of guests this hour helen jones kelley executive director of alcohol drug addiction and mental health services for montgomery county ohio sherry lagman founder and executive director foster america and brittany barros formerly a foster child nl volunteer the mentor of sorts to other foster kids with an organization called foster club.
"foster child" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Sure lagman you're sheer you're not in your head you have been through this i mean you started a very important organisation foster america to try to cultivate new foster parents in this country but you were a foster child yourself what are you here in brittany story and given everything you've been through um w do you what do you see in this experience first of all i hear a tremendous courage and brittany story having been a foster child myself i know how painful and and sometimes embarrassing it is to talk about once past experiences in foster care and brittany's doing it not because it's easy but because she has so much empathy for other kids going through what she went through that she's going to sacrifice her own her own happiness to be able to help these other kids so i just wanted to command brittany for being willing to devote her life to this work even though being in the field day day for a kid who has been in foster care is inherently retraumatize ing why do you think you did so will sherlock when when so many could struggle your very accomplish colombia law harvard kennedy school pen university of cambridge i mean the list goes on why do you think you kind of came then came out of it like any foster kid in many ways my childhood was hell but i was very lucky to have friends a supportive father anz teachers in my life who helped me get through that hell give you an example my fourth grade teacher my first grade english teacher ms o n.
"foster child" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"So this really is a new class of a foster child judge us specific to the opioid crisis we'll years and and the other piece of of that child is that that more and more or uh our new naval abstinence syndrome babies the paves guan addict you didn't have to go to withdraw after birth um our numbers are up in in hanover county uh i think two thousand sixteen we had about um 55 mccollum nass births and a s berths in beer for two thousand seventeen it's between other can forty eight hundred in fifty two are you scrambling are seeing a scramble in the system i mean how you hand in the influx you're you're a judge there you see these foster court cases coming in what do you do how do you handle so foster foster care system is stretched um thank god we have lots of relatives who are willing to to step up and help um but the the system stretched um in in and resources are stretched now we we we've got a pilot program here this trying to respond to work with with the brand new parents of these babies but we can only work with a few because of the intense above all services we have lots of success but the costa's front and costas fairly significant and um you know at some point i think government's gonna have to step up and spend more money to to help the needs are just so so intense j j thank you very much for your unique insights chief district court judge there in wilmington north carolina let me bring in brittany barros now she's nineteen studying social work at eastern michigan university she's been four years in michigan's foster care system and later under her grandmother's guardianship because of her mother's addiction to opiates and other drugs today she volunteers as a young leader with foster club which is national network helping young people in foster care and she joins me from yep celebrity michigan brittany i'm so glad you could be with us thank you for taking the time how yes thank you so much i'm happy to be at npr well thank you tell us why you entered the foster care system your mom was addicted how old where you.
"foster child" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"The resources end scaling those saying so for example there are family drug treatment programs that not only treat the drug addiction of the parents but also treat the trauma of the kids unfortunately those programs are few and far between across our country there's also family treatment drug courts which unlike regular juvenile justice are unlike right regular juve not courts on lake regular child welfare courts they are far more focused on helping families with substance abuse issues and helping them he'll and based on research we see that the types of purpose i'm talking about actually do a much better job of safely and in a more healthy way reunifying these families we just don't do enough of these things while we've all seen the images uh here's some video of one on new year's eve a year ago police in florida found joey aden and nicolas kelsea crying in the back of their families koren interstate four here's a report courtesy of orlando's wtmj new six of families car seen on this police dash cam inside the car re crying children ages five two at one what's not visible from the camera their parents lying dead just outside the car autopsies will reveal that the couple of overdose on sentinel and so typically in most cases those are the kind of kids that are going to be going into the foster care system that's absolutely right while we are discussing this hour uh the foster care crisis in conjunction with the opioid crisis going on in this country later in the ira will talk to a young woman in michigan who was a foster child because of her mother's opioid addiction i'm jane place and there is much more after this break we'll be right back this is on point.
"foster child" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Support for on point and the following message comes from rocket mortgage by quicken loans home plays a big role in your life that's why quicken loans created rocket mortgage it let you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you can be confident that you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash on point from wv or boston an npr i'm jane klay sin and this is on points the foster care system in this country has always phased massive challenges underfunded and normally run agencies not enough families with the means or courage to take in foster kids now throw in the scourge of the opioid crisis creeping through communities across this nation and the number of children meeting foster homes stores how do we meet that challenge this hour on point the children of the opioid epidemic joining me in the studio this hour sherry lochman founder and executive director of foster america it's a nonprofit that recruits and trains people from the private sector to become the next generation of leaders for the nation's foster care systems she was formerly a domestic policy adviser to vice president joe biden she was also a foster child sherry thanks so much for being here for coming in the middle of the nor'easter mr really appreciate it thanks for having me so children are pouring into state and county foster care systems across this country because of the opioid crisis help us understand the extent of this problem over the past four years there's been a spike in the number of kids coming in to foster care and that after a decade of decline in the number of kids coming in in montana for example the number of children in foster care has doubled since 2010 in georgia has increased by eighty percent and in west virginia it's increased by forty five percent currently there are about four hundred and forty thousand kids in foster care on every day and that's up from about four hundred thousand in 2011 and while neglect remains the main reason that kids come into foster care drug abuse according to the data and according to many experts is largely responsible for the spike in the number of kids coming in over the past four years so there's been a longstanding crisis is we know in america's.
"foster child" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Years of doing holder magic to make sure that every foster child that is somehow connected with tree house of that they get a gift during the holiday season or they get senior pictures or they have money for the senior prom or or they have money for a tuxedo to go to a dance or four basketball lessons of her tutoring or pencils or clothes or whatever it is and i just had the final number a janette just sent out the final number seven hundred and seventy two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars was raised for tree house and holiday magic this year and that's all because of you in before member we've always always done it on a concentrated day and what we decided to do this year is just give jumped reminders over the course of the holidays and we just give you the phone number every once in a while or tell you the tech something at ninety nine seven three and you did it and typically were we race somewhere between five and six hundred thousand but this year seven hundred seventy two thousand one hundred and sixty two dollars so our thanks from all the kids a tree house indah your friends a car radio and that amazing wrong i was i'm actually was shocked with them because i usually felt like but he really sort of had to really put the hammer down towards the end of the campaign diaw and that's that's really just awesome news jack to raise five or six hundred or so we put the hammer away this year old just gentle reminded you and i guess that works better i'm so happy to be long about that each those deal why does then what are we janata ninety nine seven three i think we have the money with a family oh coat does we wanna we want to connect with you because uh we will love to help you followed it anyway although we kale check the cars.
"foster child" Discussed on KQED Radio
"An an a child or ketogenic foster child well rights beginning january 1st 2018 ammunition purchases are required to be transacted through a licensed ammunition vendor but the state has yet to issue any licences are what can you tell us alexi cost of about the changes coming to ammunition purchases and this listener's question though of the first in a number changes that will be coming over the course of the next two years for amunition kirk is the result of proposition 63 which voters path in 2015 over the number of other laws that have path in recent years on this first stage is to that you can't emply order ammunition online and have it shipped to your house you have to go through a life in vendors such as a gunshot um and um pick it up in person or go there in person and buy it then the next stage uh starting 2019 there'll be a system in place to do automatic background checks at the point of purchase without lake with the gun you won't be able to simply by immunistion you'll need to be cleared as someone who's eligible to purchase but that's not coming for a little bit down there aren't necessarily any additional licenses that need to be issued for people to go to a gunshop right to get to get what they need him on satellite so that that's done that's done through settlers like um like the kinds of jobs for you'd go and buy your gotten to begin with so they'll be licensed and then you won't go to those so you as an individual don't need to get a licence to buy ammunition you just to go to a place that sells it that's licensed to sell it and pick it up and her son melania mason any other gun related measures you wanna highlight yeah there there are a couple so why not i'm actually rolled back a relatively recent law with regards to i'm concealed weapons on school campuses on so i under this new law on california's school employees are not going to be allowed to carry concealed weapons on campus on and previously what the law was is at school officials what sort of have discretion over the issues so now this is more of a blanket ban um there's also uh more restrictions on anyone who has been convicted of a hate crime which sort.
"foster child" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency
"Oh she clearly father was in the whole world of full business kenneth mosher and he read my books conversation with bobby but foster child is the ceo yeah and he said that he said that her this could be a movie yes i grew up me was movie idol not plan above well that's horrible fourperson team my wife has the sl all of us know we've four overs fresh we have an agent los angeles nyanza stuff yeah it's a paolo story because we said that's just taking glue break that's a tricky glide like our nato childhood street writer but you're able to find a way to bring people secretive pulses into something for matters that's right well you said the beginning that you have to fight through the challenge and and look tour what you can accomplish and believing that i'm i have a few other questions i just wanna kinda ask you when it comes to how you live your life now fastforward all these many years later how you've impacted millions of people around the world has changed their lives both personally and professionally do you have a daily practice well a better side i as an exercise program of the cheapo therapy program each other twice a week water walking problem with longstanding piles of my for thirty five years okay all right diether pastures die in their wives to go to ethnic tonight daisy all right we're up of having a daily it also i believe you have to hone your secure yes yes so i choose to speak to go to a facility every single week and i let wife's fergie home and i just believe of that i feel the same way about uh the harassed her i believe absolute eight though the iraq after so i know just start for whatsoever with the fact that this life has not okay because i believe it was telling i'll catch only in a handsome all those i love us my conviction another proselytizer but it was unheard of the church but i believe blast yeah.
"foster child" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Parent but anyone can help a foster child see dog girl these these though play appleton show on news talk 580 105 nine km j naira if you got to combat jumping him here we've got a couple of lives available and if you do so i will get you on four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight karen thank you for your patience it's all yours walker became j yes i i disagree with linda i've been in situations where a man maybe was inappropriate and i simply called them on it said get your head off for me and maybe it's not how we raise our sons perhaps is how we raise our daughters we raise our daughters to speak up for themselves uh it's a matter of how we raise our children both genders kilger uh we we need to it we need to tell our daughters to defend themselves in to speak up immediately if in thing if indeed to things do happen to them that shouldn't happen to them there's got to be someone that will listen i believe people give up too easily and walk away from a job there's lots of jobs out there so that's my opinion i think linda's got painting too much of a broadbased and i personally don't know any man that behaves in this deplorable way and so maybe it's who use so skate with as well you get the impression from some people that every female who's had a male superior has been through something god awful and uh i have a hard time believing that i i do i mean i you know i grew up in the '60s so when morality sorta took a nosedive and i'm the no angel but i i think i know where that line is i think we.
"foster child" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"So he has immunity unless he committed malicious acts within the course and scope of his employment this this is not malicious i don't know what is i don't know what is so mark your calendar as this being one of those days when instead of praising our attorney general as the rutledge for something i agree with her on a criticising her opinion for something though to disagree with her own 501 four 330 '09 to i just this outrageous if you say this guy should be able to get away with this well then why would he not do it again 501 43 300 and onto and by the way the democratic is that article says that the young man well they say that the judge signed a document saying that the teenager was a juvenile delinquent who is confined to second chance ranch but according to the lawsuit he was not a juvenile delinquency was a foster child abruptly taken out of his assigned home an allegation since about as foster parents sexually assaulting a different child surfaced and the teenager was them plays a second chance ranch wazoo which is a faithbased program that helps youths not a secure facility so it sounds like second chance ranches is is a good place that any kind of faithbased program it helps young people sounds good to me but that's what was done through this child from his school to the juvenile jail cell to court is outrageous and i hope that the uh the ceuta's successful anyway we've got folks who wedding talk about the survival one four three three zero zero.
"foster child" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Back on knbr sixty brian murphy here from the murphy show lynn you know then on friday august eighteen we will be raising money for a very good cause mattress firm's foster kids program and i'm giving you the opportunity to see in studio during the merv an mac show with me and pauley on proceeds would benefit local foster kids in in our area through mattress firm's foster kids in the ticket to dream foundation remember not everyone can be a foster parent than anyone can help a foster child i started mattress firm here in the labor day sale that's going down it was today august seventeen we know that labor day sales sneak peek because laboured is still a couple weeks away we'll give you sneak peek to the sale and you guys were card all y'all who are up in your cars with us in the morning you work hard you deserve sleep part two so to help make that happen mattress firm is giving you a sneak peek and incredible labor day savings how about hampton roads mattresses starting just ninety nine dollars ninety nine cents how about a free adjustable base to a slick purchases that's pretty awesome he avenue you i mean you guys know if you have one e you preach it you go up in the on the base you watch tv put it down you read all the good stuff and that's free with select purchases so all sorts of good stuff going on a mattress from the love your mattress guarantee if you get it in for whatever reason even a hundred days this isn't the right one bring back same with a low price guarantee to she no you're getting the best price mattress firm's labor day sales coming up good should get the sneak peek mattress firm say.
"foster child" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Interview jeff simpson was mirror murray's foster child in oregon jeff simpson said something that seemed odd to me at the time and now seems ominous in that was simpson claimed that ed murray asked him to bring back to their residents some of jeff simpson's buddies from high school and that he had an appetite for another young man in that if jeff simpson could to recruit some from high school that he would enjoy that that seems to me to be a very specific and unusual detail that i hadn't heard and other cases like this in this case i guess it's possible that delvonn or that mister jones heard that interview and news now repeating that as their attorneys say or is it that that seems to be to be a detail that is is ominous the two situations where virtually the identical thing happened in this studies that i've done not studies the research i've done and term with sexual predators like this is they develop a modus operandi that works for them and then they do that thing over and over again so when you look at the sexual cases involving the catholic church the sexual cases involving the boy scouts of america typically predator when involves young man developed a routine so whether that routine.
"foster child" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"foster child" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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