Podcast - Jaws of Justice Radio

This podcast tracks the audio archives for “Jaws of Justice Radio” show. Jaws of Justice Radio covers issues of law enforcement, courts, incarceration, homelessness, economic injustice, foster care, death penalty, constitutional rights and more.

POLICE ARE NECESSARY IN OUR SOCIETY AND AN ASSET WHEN OPERATING WITHOUT BIAS

Jaws of Justice hosts Terri Wilke and Keith Brown El speak with guests Spencer Graves, a host of RadioActive Magazine on KKFI and Khadijah Hardaway, who works with Tommy Simmons, a man many have heard from about the Kansas City Police Department. https://kkfi.org/program/radio-active-magazine/ https://gl-es.facebook.com/WhatsUpKansasCity/videos/thomas-tommy-simmons-story-listen-cascademediagroup/1380331225640392/ https://www.itstime4justice.org/video Our discussion will center on the July 2021...

Read more...

JANAY RELIFORD-DAVIS OF CAMP CHOICE; LATAHRA SMITH OF KC FREEDOM PROJECT

Host Bev Livingston speaks with Janay Reliford-Davis, Founder of Camp CHOICE, Inc, the mission of which is to provide youth life enrichment experiences to benefit spiritual, educational & social well being. Along with life coaching for youth ages 12-24, Camp CHOICE provides “Game of Life” Weekend Adventures. These camps...

Read more...

JOIN US ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH WHEN HOST DAVID BELL SPEAKS WITH RUSS BRIEN ABOUT HOW LAW PERTAINS TO INDIGENOUS PEOPLE

Host David Bell speaks with Russ Brien, member of the Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska and a lawyer specializing in tribal and federal law. http://www.brienlawllc.com/about.htm   Brien Law, LLC is wholly-owned by Russell A. Brien. Russ Brien has been practicing law since 1993. His practice has been broad based, including work...

Read more...

GUESTS ARE LUCY BLOOM OF VERONICA’S VOICE followed by DAVID GRAHAM, J.D., WHO SPEAKS ABOUT POLYGRAPHS

Host Terri Wilke speaks with Lucy Bloom, Executive Director of Veronica’s Voice.  Veronica’s Voice is a local service organization whose vision is to see all people free from commercial sexual exploitation. https://www.veronicasvoice.org/ Kristy Childs founded Veronica’s Voice in 2000, in honor of her friend Veronica April Neverdusky.  Kristy, who had run...

Read more...

WORK – the how and why; ACLU addresses Leavenworth Detention CTR

On September 13th, host Terri Wilke speaks with Lars Leininger of Workforce Partnership, a non-profit organization whose board of directors’ functions as the local workforce development board serving the Kansas side of the Kansas City metro.  They are committed to building a workforce development system that meets the needs...

Read more...

PRISON FELLOWSHIP

Host Bev Livingston speaks with Jann Coulson of Kairos Outside of Western Missouri. mailto:@kowestmo.org Kairos Outside demonstrates God's grace and love through Christian support for women who have relatives or friends who are or have been incarcerated. https://www.facebook.com/kowestmo.org/?ref=page_internal Kairos International’s goal is for all to be spiritually freed from the effects of imprisonment...

Read more...

CAN WE INTERACT WITHOUT NEGATIVE STEREOTYPES?

Host David Bell speaks with Dr. Nicole Price, CEO of Lively Paradox. Lively Paradox helps differences get along.  The consulting services of Lively Paradox are used by businesses, social groups, non-profits and any groups that desire to work together and to help people acknowledge the truth around unconscious biases. https://livelyparadox.com/ Dr....

Read more...

CON LIBERTAD Y JUSTICIA PARA TODOS

Host Terri Wilke speaks with Yazmin Valdez, Intern with Advocates for Immigrant Rights and Reconciliation - Kansas City (AIRRKC).  Listeners have been introduced to AIRRKC.  Yazmin Valdez is our guest to speak more specifically about Safe and Welcoming Wyandotte County. https://www.airrkc.org/ Advocates for Immigrant Rights and Reconciliation (AIRR) recognizes and is...

Read more...