Friday’s Morning Zone: Kids At Risk, Charlie Daniels on Agenda 21 and Bullying
Today is an action filled day on The Morning Zone.
7:07AM MDT: Kids-AT-Risk series...Today Dave talks with LPC Renee' Hansen, and Child Advocate John Frentheway on the new study out this week showing the number of youth living with relatives or friends instead of their parents has risen nearly 18 percent in the past decade as a growing number of grandparents take on caring for their grandchildren, an analysis of government data shows. More than 2.7 million children and teenagers have such "grandfamilies" or other alternative living arrangements, up from 2.2 million in 2000, according to a review of the U.S. Census Bureau's latest 2010 data by The Annie E. Casey Foundation released on Wednesday.
8:07AM MDT: A MUST LISTEN interview with country music legend Charlie Daniels. Charlie has taken to the interview circuit across America warning of the dangers to our freedoms from the various tenticles of U.N. Agenda 21 and speaks specifically about the need for we here in Cheyenne to press our City Council to repeal the new Unified Development Code which is largely based on the principles of Agenda 21.
8:37AM MDT: Marvin Nash from the Bullying Hurts Program and The Nash Foundation joins us to talk about the information released yesterday by Laramie County School District #1 that further supports what you've been hearing on The Morning Zone for three years. LCSD#1 students report that they are being bullied to school officials a a much higher rate than the national average, and they say that when they do report bullying, school officials fail to respond at national rates.
9:37AM MDT, Alice Burron from Step-Up Cheyenne will be on to give us the latest "Step-update"