Breithaupt Career and Technical Center enrolls high school students in grades 10-12 from Detroit Public schools and surrounding districts and students that are home taught. They are located at 9300 Hubbell in Detroit.
The mission of this Detroit public school is to prepare the students for a world-class workforce through skilled training. By incorporating employability and leadership skills, business and industry relationships and collegiate exposure, students will become well-developed employable citizens.
Their vision is to become the premier career and technical teaching institution that prepares employable, career and college ready students for post secondary opportunities and viable careers.
Join Jenny White tonight for “Guess Who’s In the Kitchen”, as they discuss training students and turning them into world-class career people.
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Join us on Friday, the 10th at 8:00 p.m. EST for the Let’s Talk About it with Jenny White show. This week’s discussion is How to Survive an attack.
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If you were under attack, which options would you consider, fight, flight or freeze? I would hope that no one in their lifetime would come under attack, but statistics say one out of every six American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape and one in seventy-one males has been attacked in their lifetime. Some incidents are reported, and some are not for different reasons. Now that there is a ban on one particular ethnic group here in the United States, are these persons more inclined to be victims of assaults and are they less than eager to report these incidents for fear of being deported or retaliated against in other ways? We all should consider what options we need to take in order to protect ourselves from harm.
I have always believed that the first group of people who inhabited this land were the Indians. I’ve recently been told that Black people were here before them. The Bering Strait was the avenue on which these people were able to leave Africa, cross over into Siberia, then into Alaska and then cross into what later would become America. I don’t really know what or how I feel about this information. I will certainly have to do a lot of research in order to wrap my head around this idea. We will speak to a historian of the Historical Second Baptist Church in downtown Detroit. my guest co-host, which housed the underground railroad the slaves used to travel to freedom.
Join us at 8:00 p.m. EST on Friday, February 10, 2017 as we talk about how much of our black history we really know.
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Tonight on Let’s Talk About It With Jenny White, I present the 3rd conversation with Officer Reggie Barnes. This topic has gendered so much conversation and it has produced comments that are couched in reason and logic and not just anger. So join us tonight at 8:00 p.m. Call in to listen at 646.668.8485 and to comment, press the number 1 to be live. The link to the show is below.
We are told when we’re young that the policeman is our friend. As we have grown up, our thoughts about them have changed. We no longer think of them as our friends because they have murdered so many of our Black men. They have a fear of Black men and any time they can use their authority to take advantage of them, they do it. It’s no wonder that recently policemen have been targeted and killed themselves. I don’t think that a you kill us and we will retaliate and kill you attitude will be what will solve the problem of policing in America. I also don’t think that with Jefferson B. Sessions becoming the Attorney General of the United States, will help alleviate any of the problems in our police departments because he is not a proponent of police reform. The only solution to our situation as far as the government is concerned, as I see it, is PRAYER! (and lots of it!)
With everything going on today in this great country of ours and all of our emotions running high, it’s good to hear from persons who are directly involved in the issues we all find ourselves concerned about.
Last week I had Officer Reggie Barnes on the show with me. Today, he returns and we cover the topic of “Policing In America”. Join me tonight at 8:00 p.m. as we do our best to candidly and honestly cover this subject that plagues our country.
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Let’s hear what our guest has to say about it and then let’s talk about it.
WELL, TO ALL OF YOU WHO HAVE JOINED ME ON MY PODCAST, “LET’S TALK ABOUT IT WITH JENNY WHITE”, I WANT TO SAY THANK YOU FOR LISTENING IN AND TWEETING ME YOUR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS AND FOR CALLING IN AND BEING LIVE WITH ME WITH COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS. IT’S BEEN SO VERY EXCITING TALKING ABOUT THESE IMPORTANT ISSUES WHERE SPECIAL NEEDS INDIVIDUALS ARE CONCERNED.
I WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT I AM FILLED WITH GRATITUDE AND EXCITEMENT AS THE NEW YEAR DAWN AND 2017 WELCOMES MORE GUESTS, TOPICS, AND RESOLUTIONS ON LET’S TALK ABOUT IT WITH JENNY WHITE.
UNTIL THEN: MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!
We have had a wonderful time discussing special needs on my show. But did you know that I am a children’s writer and the author of the Junior Rabbit Series. Well, please join me this Friday, December 16, 2016 for It’s Story Time With Jenny on “Let’s Talk About It With Jenny White. You can purchase my series on Amazon.com just in time for Christmas. Just click the title of each book below to go to Amazon and purchase them.
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In one of my stories there is someone with special needs. Join me to find out who.
It only takes one person to make a difference. Mr. Al Holland, a former member of the music group the Platters, began an annual benefit donated to individuals with autism in conjunction with the Charlotte County Public School System.
Mr. Holland is our co-host on tonight’s show. You can join us by clicking the link below or you can call and listen at 646.668.8485. Press the number 1 to be live, where you can share your comments, concerns, statistics, and ask questions. Join us tonight for this important discussion.
- World Autism Awareness Day is a nationally observed day on the 2nd of April every year, encouraging Member States of the United Nations to take measures to raise awareness about children with autism throughout the world. It was designated by the United Nations General Assembly resolution “62/139.
- Autism Awareness Month, which is usually in April, is a time to educate your community about autism and Light It Up Blue! Spreading autism awareness in schools is a great way to celebrate April and promote inclusion and acceptance in the classroom and beyond.