On today’s show, Carol talks with two experts working in violence:
Dr. Ron Wallace is a criminal justice professional with over 38 years of experience in both the public and private sectors, both as practitioner and educator. He currently serves as an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at American Military University. Dr. Wallace is a recognized subject matter expert in the area of criminal justice and intimate partner violence. His research focus is in the area of intimate partner violence.
Dr. Wallace has worked with various state and national criminal justice organizations to develop and deliver training focused on intimate partner violence. In addition to his teaching experience, he also works with Institutional Review Boards in both the private industry and academic setting.
Jarrod Sadulski has a Doctorate in Criminal Justice with over twenty years of law enforcement experience that includes counter human trafficking, counter terrorism, homeland security, and local law enforcement. Jarrod has participated in speaking engagements and presentations in the United States, Europe, and Central America on the topics of human trafficking, global security, international drug trafficking, stress management in policing, and has presented at an intelligence conference on the topic of police responses to domestic terrorism to intelligence experts from over ten different nations in Europe. Jarrod has conducted in-country research on human trafficking and international narcotics trafficking in Central and South America in the past three years, which includes Belize and Colombia. Jarrod has been a speaker and presenter at the International Human Trafficking & Social Justice Conference in 2019 and 2020.
Jarrod has written over 100 articles on a wide range of relevant criminal justice topics, which include domestic violence and human trafficking to an international audience. Jarrod’s research has been published in the United Nations Office on Drug Control World Drug Report and international media outlets. Recently, Jarrod served as a consultant for the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime’s 2021 Global Organized Crime Index by reviewing content associated with organized crime in the nation of Belize.
Awards Jarrod has received include the Global War on Terror Medal, National Defense Service Medal, City of Sunrise Police Officer of the Year Award, and the Coast Guard Reserve Mcshan Inspirational Leadership Award. Jarrod is available for training and public speaking events and can be contacted through his website at www.Sadulski.com
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Catastrophe Cats presents:
9353 – 10 Witches
Alternatives – Sex Face – Buzz
Mommyheads – Greta Thurnberg – New Kings Of Pop – Playin RVA THIS WEEK!!!
Night Idea – Losing the Magic of Youth – Paths
Frank Zappa – Big Swifty – Waka/Jawaka
Jethro Tull – Dark Ages – Stormwatch
Jeff Buckley – Back IN N.Y.C. – Sketchs for My Sweetheart teh Drunk
Laurie Anderson – Healing Horn – Unitied States Live
The Residents – The Festival of Death – Eskimo
Bent Arcana – Oblivion Sigil – Bent Arcana
Russian Circles – Sinaia – Blook Year
Kikagaku Moyo – Nobakitani – Stone Garden
Balmorhea – Slow Stone – Clear Language
Hammock – Floating Away In Every Direction – Raising Your Voice…TryingToStopanEcho
Coil – Are You Shivering? – A Guide for Beginners: The Voice of Silver
The Breakfast Snob presents:
“Marries prog with pop” – from a review of the Mommyheads (below) . in RVA 10/28
Happy House presents:
Secret Bonus Level presents:
For this special fund drive episode of our radio show, we bring you a special interview: OG Illa joins Noah Page for a conversation about what it takes to be a rapper, about the scene in town in general, and about his various endeavors.
OG Illa is the foremost mind behind The MSQ Shop, and in addition to also being an artist in his own rite he is also hosting a very exciting Halloween event coming up very soon: Kanye’s Monster Ball.
Also we listen to music that is rap. This is a rap show.
Women & Politics presents:
Jackie De Fusco joined 8News in January 2020 as our Capitol Connection reporter.
Jackie previously worked as an investigative and general assignment reporter for WJHL, Nexstar’s sister station in Johnson City, Tennessee.
She graduated from Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. In college, she interned for NBC’s Nightly News in Washington D.C. and completed an investigative journalism fellowship in Albania.
Catch Jackie singing karaoke and trying new restaurants in the River City. Make sure to say hello!
Inspired by Toni Griffin and The Just City Essays, alumna Ebony Walden (MUEP ’06) conceived the idea of an essay collection focused on Richmond in hopes of bringing together thought leadership and practice to advance racial equity in the region. Walden is
an urban planner and consultant who leverages her experience to design and facilitate racial equity training, strategy and community engagement processes that explore race, equity and inclusion in cities. She is the Principal Consultant at Ebony Walden Consulting, an urban strategy firm based in Richmond, Virginia and an adjunct professor at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs.
Nighttime Maneuvers presents:
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Time Again Radio Show presents:
Since we work on a two week gap between airing here the Time Again Radio Show, this will be the closest we get to before the holiday. So- this week’s installment celebrates Hollow’s Eve and the like. Also, we’re on the brink of another fantastic fund drive and the Monster Mashquerade!
Lost Music Saloon presents:
Welcome to another all new music edition of the Lost Music Saloon. Lot of good new music still coming out as we head towards the end of the year. Soak it all in before all you hear everywhere is Holiday Music! Plus…tickets to give away to go see The Mommyheads here in Richmond on October 28th.
Lost Music Saloon: PLAYLIST: 10/18/2021: 5-7 p.m.: All New Music!
Carolyn Wonderland: Fragile Peace And Certain War: Tempting Fate
Joshua Ray Walker: Dallas Lights: See You Next Time
La Luz: In The Country: La Luz
Pokey LaFarge: Get It ‘Fore It’s Gone: In the Blossom of Their Shade
Gordonville, U.S.A.: Us In The US: Us In The US
Tony Clarke: Broken Like Me: Single
Margo Cilker: That River (edit): Pohorylle
Charles Wesley Godwin: Bones: How the Mighty Fall
Deeper Shade Of Blue: Broken Lady: Twenty
Elise LeGrow: Forever: Grateful
Gregory Dwane (w/Amy Ray): Gone & Changed: Gregory Dwane
Dana Cooper: Always Old Friends: I Can Face The Truth
Taylor McCall: Black Powder Soul: Black Powder Soul
Danny Paisley & Southern Grass: Date With An Angel: Bluegrass Troubadour
Dizzy Box Nine: Name: Last Call Before The Fall
Howlin Rain: Don’t Let the Tears (edit): Dharma Wheel
Dusty Edinger: More Machine Than Man: Missing Links & Kitchen Sinks
Nick Chandler & Delivered: Slowly Getting You Out Of The Way: Single
EllaHarp: Whiskey Garden: Screaming Into the Void
Ben Reel: What Is Done: Live @ JJ Smyths Dublin
The Barefoot Movement: Back Behind the Wheel: Pressing Onward
Dan Ashley: River City: Out There
Moot Davis: Hey Hey: Seven Cities of Gold
Andrew Crawford: Always Another Mountain: The Lonesome Season
Jeremy Pinnell: Big Ol’ Good: Goodbye L.A.
ELDR: Nowhere Else To Go: Nowhere Else To Go EP
Doc Carter: Heading West: High Tide for Low Times
Stash: Smoke and Mirrors: Walk the Walk
The Mommyheads: TV Dinner: Age of Isolation
Margaret McDuffie: High River: Dreamers Of Atlantis
Lost Music Saloon
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Monday Breakfast Blend presents:
This week DJ Freya visits Germany and says goodbye to Merkle.