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With the soaring cost of a four year college education, how can you be sure that your college student will land a successful career in today's challenging job market?  According to R. William Holland, author of "The Path From Backpack to Briefcase, A Parents' Guide", it's necessary to form parent-student partnerships to ensure career success.  On the next Another View, William Holland gives practical advice to parents on how to influence academic and career success and  treat college as a four year job search.  It's "must have" information for every parent of a college student, or who intends to send their child to college.  Join us for the next Another View, Friday, January 30 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us live on this blog! 

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It's the third leading cause of death in the African American community and Blacks are 50% more likely to experience it than Caucasians.  It's called stroke and African American survivors are more likely to come out of a stroke disabled and unable to participate in everyday activities like walking, lifting, grasping items or socializing with others.  On the next Another View on Health, co-host Dr. Keith Newby and Physiatrist Dr. Beverly Roberts-Atwater talk about stroke - what causes it, how to prevent it, and proper treatment.  Join us for the next Another View on Health, Friday, January 23 at Noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us live on this blog!

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Some say that systemic racism is the cause of black-on-black crime, high unemployment, poor health and low educational achievement in the Black community.  Others say it's up to African Americans themselves to correct these problems.  On the next Another View we talk with author Martin L. Davis about his new book, "Are We There Yet?".  In it, Davis provides a "blueprint for what people of color need to do to change their standing in American society and through the world".  He offers a step-by-step plan that challenges African Americans to take control of their destiny.  Tune in to see if you agree with the plan!  Another View airs this Friday, January 16 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live on this blog!

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Happy New Year!  On this first Another View Round Table of 2015 our pundits discuss the relevance of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in today's educational environment.  Faced with decreasing enrollments and financial and accreditation issues, many say these institutions are no longer needed, while others say the model of serving primarily African American students must change if these schools are to survive.  Virginian-Pilot columnist Roger Chesley, NSU political science professor Carol Pretlow, community activist Bill Thomas, and journalist, author and talk show host Wil LaVeist share their unique perspectives on the next Another View, Friday, January 9, 2015 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live on this blog!

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Street justice, lawlessness, drugs, jail time...the rhythm of life for many African American and Latino young men.  Many never find their way out - but some are able to turn the tragedy of their lives into living triumphantly!  On the next Another View we'll talk with three young men who have done just that - they've moved from the streets into a legitimate life, including entrepreneurship and ministry.  Alan Upshur, Manny Rivera, Jr., and Melvin Cotton share their personal stories and give their perspectives on being young men of color in America.  Join us for the next Another View, Friday, December 19 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us live on this blog!

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