Tackling Domestic Violence and Campus Sexual Assault- 5:47
with Northwestern DA David Sullivan on programs and policies
Posted Feb 12, 2018
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Northwestern MA DA David Sullivan discusses innovative ideas to fight the opioid crisis, programs to help quell domestic violence, student involved PSA's raising awareness of sexual assault on college campuses and criminal justice reform.
Hosted by: Eric ClemonsProduced by: Western New England Newsmakers Team
As liberty depends on freedom of the press and the printed word yields to electronic media, journalism must evolve with the times to sustain that freedom. Host Eric Clemons is joined by the publisher of Af-Am Point of View News Magazine, Frederick Hurst.
The Council for Human Understanding teaches empathy and human understanding through lessons of the past and by emphasizing our commonalities irrespective of sex, race, creed, or ethnic origin. Board Member, Representative Aaron Vega, joins Newsmakers.
Ed Caisse from the Hampden County Sheriff’s Department and Director of the Holyoke Safe Neighborhood Initiative discusses implementing the C3 military policing based model in tough neighborhoods to reduce crime and dismantle gangs while building up youth and increasing graduation rate from 48 to 70 percent.
Veterans readjusting to civilian life can face challenges. The MA Vet Centers offer combat vets and their families an array of free counseling services; with a focus in military sexual trauma and bereavement counseling. Jose Crego joins Newsmakers to discuss these services and many more including; Yoga, picnics, individual and group counseling.
Agawam Mayor, William Sapelli, sits down with Eric Clemons at the Majestic Theater to discuss top issues facing the city; including street paving, storm water maintenance, the city budget and city government working together for the common good.
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology President, Tony Benoit, joins Newsmakers to discuss BFIT's long tradition of providing a hands-on college education in technical fields experiencing job growth, and in doing so, provides MA with skilled workers.
If we can show people abilities on the playing field they will stop seeing disabilities. Special Olympics Massachusetts President and CEO, Mary Beth McMahon joins Newsmakers to discuss 50 years of Special Olympics championing inclusion through sports.
In 2015, Mayor Martin J. Walsh created the Mayor’s Office of Recovery Services which is focused on substance use disorder and addiction issues in Boston. ORS Policy Director, Brendan Little explains how people can access addiction recovery services.
Minimizing the summer slide is critical. BELL has created a comprehensive solution to deliver and measure evidence-based summer and research-based afterschool learning experiences. Lauren Sanchez Gilbert explains the power of expanded learning.
The YWCA helps transform victims of domestic and sexual violence into survivors. Women with no economic resources often go back again and again to abusers. The YWCA of Western New England offers a safe haven and a place for women to get back on their feet.
Interview Recorded on May 23, 2017 at the Majestic Theater. Hosted by Nathan O'Leary.