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Joker Movie Review

Captain Hunter's Podcast

Release Date: 10/09/2019

Does Your PD Need Civilian Oversight? w/ Ms. Liana Perez show art Does Your PD Need Civilian Oversight? w/ Ms. Liana Perez

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This episode we will take a look at some of the reasons some cities choose to develop an oversight board for the PD's. It may come as a surprise to some listeners but some cities' governments and police officers want the oversight boards. Today's guest is Ms. Liana Perez of NACOLE. What is that? Well tune in and listen as she discusses her role and influence concerning civilian oversight boards. 

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How Do You See Yourself? show art How Do You See Yourself?

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Positive self-talk, positive reflection and the importance of seeing positive images of ourselves are on the menu for today's discussion. And we will leave off with some vital information for our Black History Celebration.

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The Native American Mascot Controversy Pt 2 show art The Native American Mascot Controversy Pt 2

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Dr. Laurel Davis-Delano is back to discuss the Superbowl between the KC Chiefs and the San Fran 49ers. We will discuss the origins of the mascot names, the attempts by many to reassert their masculinity and other topics.

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 Bonus Ep: Gayle King and Epigenetics show art Bonus Ep: Gayle King and Epigenetics

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Unless you have been living under a rock, you are aware of the now-viral interview of Gayle King and Lisa Leslie. As a result of the questions King posed to Leslie, Ms. King has been dragged all over social media. My special guest, Philippe SHOCK Matthews, specializes in understanding trauma and how it passes through DNA. In his monologue on his Youtube channel, he gave an incredible analysis of what is possible motivating King.

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The Native American Mascot Controversy show art The Native American Mascot Controversy

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The Native American debate has been raging for some time now. In this episode, we will speak with Dr. Laurel Davis-Delano. She studies this controversy and the psychological and sociological effects this controversy causes upon native and non-native people.

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Dealing with Procrastination show art Dealing with Procrastination

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We all deal with it from time to time. In this ep, I will give some practical strategies on how to make it happen. It.s of course whatever you want to happen.

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Interview with Wendy & Beth of Fruitloops show art Interview with Wendy & Beth of Fruitloops

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Fruitloops is a true-crime podcast about serial killers of color. Unfortunately, the news tends to only focus on serial killers who are white and male. The stories of killers of color and their victims are left out of the public eye. Fruitloops focuses on the killers and victims, who themselves are often people of color.

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Monthly Recap - Kobe Bryant, DA's under fire, Arrest for Rough Sex show art Monthly Recap - Kobe Bryant, DA's under fire, Arrest for Rough Sex

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It's the end of the month again and in this ep, we will review some of the major stories that occurred in the month of January in law enforcement.

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Breaking the School to Prison Pipeline w/ US Rep Jahana Hayes show art Breaking the School to Prison Pipeline w/ US Rep Jahana Hayes

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Too many of our children are suffering from over-policing in the public school system. The result is viral videos of young children being aggressively tackled and handcuffed These young children are being criminalized and eventually left out of society. In this episode, we will speak with former 2016 National Teacher of the Year and current US Congresswoman Jahana Hayes about the school-to-prison-pipeline and what we can do to change the system and help our children get their education and yet be children.

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Dealing w/ Trauma After a Police Shooting w/ Dr/ Allen Lipscomb show art Dealing w/ Trauma After a Police Shooting w/ Dr/ Allen Lipscomb

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How do members of the community fair after a police-involved shooting? In this episode, we will speak with a PsyD who specializes in trauma and who focuses on the black community. We will learn that there are secondary factors that traumatize the community and not just the family of the victim. We will explore the sense of helplessness and hopelessness that some members of the community feel after "another" OIS.

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Don't worry I'm not going to turn into a media critic. However, I do think that there are many lessons which we can learn from the movie. The movie was supposedly set in the 1980s, however, we can see many ideas which are relevant for today. We will explore 3 main ideas that I found to be of importance. Mental health, society and culture and the one percent. These ideas obviously flow into and build off of each other. I think officers and the communities can learn something if they choose to view the movie. 

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