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Jasmine sanders, The DL Hughley Show, tv one, radio personality

Jasmine Sanders is a media maven known for her powerful voice, warm spirit and infectious personality. With years of experience under her belt, she has become a multi-media powerhouse, youth mentor and burgeoning author. She currently dominates the airwaves alongside comedian, actor and REACH Media syndicated radio host DL Hughley as co-host of the top-ranked,…

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Children across the United States who are traumatized, neglected, abused and abandoned wind up in the foster care system. According to the Administration for Children and Families, a  division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,  437,500 children were in the foster care in 2016. Tashima Dukes was once one of those children,…

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The video of a Black teen girl at Spring Valley High School in South Carolina being violently slammed to the ground by a school resource officer has caught the attention of the nation. The video spread rapidly through social media along with some misinformation. Her lawyer, Todd Rutherford, was a guest on the Joe Madison Black Eagle…

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Kendrea Johnson, 6, was a precious little girl in foster care in Minneapolis. She had been evaluated and diagnosed with mood disorders and exhibited homicidal and suicidal tendencies. At school and at her foster home, she had drawn pictures of violence and of a child hanging from a rope. Tragically her little body was found…

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As we near the end of 2014, we take time to pause and reflect on the many blessings we’ve experienced. However, there are thousands of children that we must not forget. November was National Adoption Awareness Month, which is an opportunity to reflect on the thousands of children across the country-awaiting placement with a family…

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An audit of the California foster care system has revealed that over 1,000 foster home addresses match those of registered sex offenders. Child welfare officials are said to have failed to compare the addresses of foster homes to those on the offender registry, even after they were told to do so in 2008. According to the Sacramento Bee, about…

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Metro Atlanta’s United Methodist Children’s Home was the big winner on the March 27 episode of “Celebrity Apprentice.” The Decatur, Ga., nonprofit was the recipient of the $40,000 prize money earned by that episode’s winning team. Hip-hop artist Lil Jon provided project management leadership for the winning all-male team. NeNe Leakes was the project manager…

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