What role does the FBI play in protecting our civil rights?  When do they get involved with local police use of force cases?  What is considered a "hate" crime and how does the FBI investigate hate crimes here in Hampton Roads and beyond?  On the next Another View, we talk with Supervisory Senior Resident Agent Theodore Roese about the FBI's Civil Rights program and how you can make a difference in keeping our communities safe.  Plus, Lisa Godley brings us part three of our series on Minority Mental Wellness.  It's all on Another View, Friday, July 20 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us live on this blog! 

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It's summertime and more than the temperature outside is hot!  President Trump names a new Supreme Court nominee.  White people continue to call the police on Black people for doing "normal" things. Democrats try to figure out how to get your vote.  These are just some of the issues before our next Another View Round Table.  Norfolk City Treasurer Daun Hester, relationship expert Alvean Lyons, NSU Political Science Professer Carol Pretlow and commedian Allison Moore share their thoughts on these and other current events on the next Another View, Friday, July 13 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live at anotherviewradio.org.

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On the next Another View, award-winning political and legal analyst, Dr. Eric W. Claville will share analysis of the decline of the United States as a lone super power and the rise of a new world order. What will this mean for our country in terms of race, gender, geography, employment and the economy? Plus, producer Lisa Godley begins a four part series on Mental Wellness and the African American community.  It's all on Another View, Friday, July 6 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live on this blog!

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One in three black men can expect to spend some time in prison during his lifetime. Compounding the problem is that African American men receive sentences that are 20 to 50 times longer than white men for the same crime. And for women there is no difference - Black women are more likely to be jailed than any other ethnic group. So what happens to the family when a loved one is incarcerated? What about the children? And when that person gets out, then what? On the next Another View we talk frankly about incarceration and the African American family.  Our guests include Dr. Melvin Cotton, former inmate, youth mentor and Senior Pastor of New Genesis Baptist Church; and Quniana Futrell, CEO, Building Resilience in Communities, and author of "Our Moms", a book for children of incarcerated parents.  Please join us for this critical conversation on the next Another View, Friday, June 29 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live on this blog!

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African American men are more likely to suffer from anxiety, PTSD and depression than other men yet are less likely to seek help.  Part of the problem is the stigma of mental illness in the Black community.  June is National Mens Health Month, and on the next Another View on Health we explore the issue of Black men and mental wellness.  Our guest is Kevin Childs, Counselor and Licensed Clinical Social Worker, who works with men to empower them to confront and overcome  their mental health issues without fear or shame. Cardiologist and co-host Dr. Keith Newby also joins the conversation on the next Another View on Health, Friday, June 22 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live on this blog!

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