There is no unspoken secrets on how to create a healthier relationship between a man and a woman and there is nothing that is stopping anyone from bettering themselves. Join us as Beverly Taylor talks to certified life relationship coach and author, Tray Kearney. Tray states “I’m not here to judge you, I used to be you”. Her motto is we have all fallen short of the mark. Tray talks about what type of communication is needed and how to interact with different communication types. Tray says, “Communication is a skill and a lot of the time it is underdeveloped in a lot of us.” On this week’s episode of The 411 Live, we will uncover the misconceptions of what strong communication looks like and why it is so intertwined with maturity and how to heal for infidelity.
In this episode of The 411 Live, you will learn that we are seeing several side-effects of racial segregation today in Milwaukee. White people in Milwaukee are 36% of the population, but they have 71% of the jobs in the city of Milwaukee. Black people are 38% of the population, they only have about 21% of the jobs in the city of Milwaukee. This is only one side-effect in only one city of America of institutionalized segregation and racial discrimination and yet this simple statistic screams “something is not right here.” Learn more about our countries past and how we can educate for tomorrow. Join us as Beverly Taylor talks to Reggie Jackson, Co-Founder & Lead Trainer/Consultant of Nurturing Diversity Partners and the past head griot at America’s Black Holocaust Museum.
In the 1930s the federal government began redlining real estate, marking “risky” neighborhoods for federal mortgage loans on the basis of race. Major cities across the U.S. were given different color codes so that their inner cities could be organized into different racial groups. Today, we are still seeing the aftermath from this system. Join us as Beverly Taylor talks to Bethany Sanchez, Senior Administrator of the Fair Lending Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council about redlining and housing in Milwaukee.
On this episode of The 411 Live Beverly Taylor talks to retired Milwaukee County Judge, Jeffery Kremers, Pastor Joseph Ellwanger, founder of WISDOM Statewide Reform Our Communities with a focused on Wisconsin's criminal justice system and Sylvester Jackson, Lead Community Organizer for Ex-incarcerated People Organizing. Today we discuss the problems of mental health when it comes to the judicial system and a court room that’s designed to address mental health and sentencing.
The National Revolving Bail Fund is a critical tool to prevent incarceration and combat racial and economic disparities in the bail system. Join us "Tonight" at 8pm CST as Beverly talks to Jeremy Cherson, Senior Advisor at The Bail Project about a system that criminalizes race and poverty. The Bail Project combats mass incarceration by disrupting the money bail system one person at a time.
Sometimes we approach the politics surrounding police brutality and race through a bias and emotional lens. It is an attorney’s job to evaluate the full length of every case, which means examining our legal and constitutional rights that we all have as U.S. citizens. As our country progress, the laws should be reexamined to innovate change in our society and in our judicial system for the better to prevent deaths like George Floyd from ever happening again.
Join us as we bring you a refreshing and fruitful discussion that involves facts, legislation and legal matters of the Derek Chauvin case from Lynnette McNeely, Chair, legal Redress of NAACP WI State of Conference of Branches and James L. Santelle, Former U.S. Attorney of the Eastern District of WI.