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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

SHOW 113 - PAGE - Parents Advocating for Greendale Equity & Follow the Money


APRIL 17, 2019
CITY/COUNTYWIDE || Show 113 - Dr. Nat Godley, PAGE - Parents Advocating for Greendale Equity, was Call-iGuest for the 4:00pm - 4:30pm timeframe.
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WELCOME TO PUBLIC POLICY W/MARY GLASS & COMPANY
“UNPACKING Information for Informed Decision-Making”
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Guest – Dr. Nat Godley – Communication Chair
PAGE – Parents Advocating for Greendale Equity
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NAT gives a very clear statement of why the group was formed due to the way Chanese Knox and Diannia Merritt, as well as other children/parents, were not being heard regarding racial slurs, bullying and other behaviors.
This is a group that will work to ensure that CHANGES are made at the school district level of Greendale.

MISSION STATEMENT
To represent and amplify the voices of those students, parents, and community members who feel they are not adequately heard or respected in Greendale, especially in public schools.
To help Greendale School District and the community at large to make a priority to embrace its growing diversity, to become more aware of the systemic racism in its past and present, and to become a more welcoming community for all.

Email: page.greendale@gmail.com

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Following the Money
Host Mary Glass starts a regular session to evaluate/talk about issues and projects that are quality of life and economic based.  The evaluation takes a sharp look at the decision-makers.

The first one is taken from an article ithe Community Journal, Milwaukee
New health project to anchor Bronzeville
MCW, Foundation to invest $100 million into the new facility

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To hear ONLY the Interview with Dr. Godley, Start the podcast and fast-forward to 35:25.

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Mary Glass Visits Greenfield, WI District School Board Meeting


April 9, 2019
Racial Disorder - Racial Slurs
On Monday, April 8, 2019, Greendale School Board, had a Board Meeting at 6801 Southway, Greendale, WI.

On Monday, March 25, 2019, CHANESE KNOX-Junior and DIANNIA MERRIETT (mom) were the guests oShow 110Public Policy w/Mary Glass & Company, WXRW 104.1 FM, riverwestradio.com.  Mary Glass is the Executive Producer/Host. 

The guests gave a play-by-play account of what took place 9-12 and 9/14/18 regarding Racial Slurs with Chanese Knox. 



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Since Show 110, Milwaukee Professionals Association LLC has launched a Greendale PetitionSign your name.  We have 529 supporting signers to date.  Be sure to read comments.

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At last night's Greendale meeting, Glass shared where MPA-LLC is and going forward efforts.  Below Youtube gives Glass and other advocates an opportunity to share before the policy agenda. 

Mary Glass is the 1st speaker - Start at 26:24.
Diannia Merriett is the speaker after me.
Chanese Knox speaks at 49:40


RACIAL SLUR PETITION - GREENDALE, WI

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

The Story of RACIAL DISORDER @ Greendale School District


Did Greendale Police, Greendale School District Counselor, Vice Principal, & Superintendent break protocol

WELCOME to BREAKING STORY NEWS.

MILWAUKEE || Mary Glass, Executive Producer/Host of Public Policy w/Mary Glass & Company, Riverwest Radio 104.1 FM, riverwestradio.com said, "We are fortunate to have CHANESE KNOX & DIANNIA MERRIETT (her mom) with us to thoroughly talk about the 'RACIAL DISORDER' at one of our public schools in Southeastern Wisconsin – Greendale High School."

Show 110 Play-byPlay - March 25, 2019
CHANESE GAVE A PLAY-BY-PLAY ACCOUNT STARTING WITH THE FIRST DAY OF THE INCIDENT ON SEPTEMBER 12, 2018  WHEN SHE WAS CALLED A “NIGGER” BY A Greendale CAUCASIAN STUDENT.

SHE DETAILED THE DAY THE POLICE WERE CALLED, SEPTEMBER 14, 2018, when she was further victimized and treated like she was a "CRIMINAL".

SHE TALKS ABOUT HOW SHE WAS TREATED WITH “NO” CARE OF HER WELL-BEING AFTER THE INCIDENT.

CHANESE TALKS ABOUT HOW HER MOM WAS NOT CALLED AND HOW HER MOM WAS HOSTILELY TREATED AT THE Greendale School BOARD MEETINGS.

DIANNIA MERRIETT
Ms. Dianna Merriett, Chanese's Mom, went on record with her expectations of/from the Greendale School District as well as solutions of justice for her daughter and others through the assistance of The American Civil Liberties Union.  So far, the ACLU has filed a discrimination complaint on behalf of Chanese and her mom.

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a discrimination complaint with the Greendale School District, alleging it is violating federal law by failing to address a racially hostile environment in its schools. 

The complaint, filed on behalf of a 16-year-old African-American student and her mother, details a series of incidents over the current school year, including the repeated use of racial slurs and racially hostile language and the sharing of offensive videos by students, including some as young as fifth grade.
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Chanese is 16 years old and a junior at Greendale High School.

  • She was violated by an identified Caucasian female student.
  • She - Chanese was suspended.
  • She was stripped of participation in all Homecoming events, and swimming activities.
  • The Superintendent imposed a "BLACK MARK" against Chanese Academic code.   This has a great effect on her ability to get a SCHOLARSHIP.




What say you?

Comments - mpapublicpolicyreview@gmail.com

Saturday, March 23, 2019

A Luxury escape - The BENTAYGA HYBRID









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Bentayga is everything you would expect from an SUV created by Bentley. The most luxurious, hand-built, all-terrain vehicle ever made, it is a car in which technology, speed, and power have come together to offer an extraordinary driving experience. It is an SUV that can be tailored to your own unique taste, through matchless levels of personalization and a wide array of options.

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

MEET MARY GLASS - RADIO TALK SHOW Executive Producer/Host


Public Policy w/Mary Glass & Company 
Every Monday, 3:30pm-4:30pm
WXRW 104.1 FM
riverwestradio.com
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Mary is a 2-year Executive Producer/Host at Riverwest Radio, WXRW 104.1 FM, riverwestradio.com - located in Milwaukee, WI.

She has hosted 109 shows since January 6, 2017.  

The name of the show is Public Policy w/Mary Glass & Company.

The keen focus is on state-of-the-art topics (IoT/Internet of Things, Broadband, Digital Infrastructure, Enduring Concentrated Poverty, Healthcare, Politics, Elections, etc.).

An experienced speaker, lector, business owner, and educator for over 30 years with varied experiences in human interest, entertainment, public policy, civil rights, voting, economic development, and quality of life.

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Show Guests
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Sound Engineers
Original Show
L-R:  Garden Owner Dawn Powell, Sound Engineer Tony Rodriquez, Atty. Andrew Arena, Chairman Ricky Potts, Executive Director/Host Mary Glass, Dr. Brittany Bowers, Dr. Richard Kauper & Chess Master Reggie Woodward

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Public Policy w/Mary Glass & Co.
Mondays @ 3:30-4:30 pm (CT)

Hosted by Mary Glass


This is a show format that allows public policy issues – local, state, regional, nation – of quality of life and economic development.

CLICK FOR 109 SHOWS

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Updated:  3-21-19

Monday, March 18, 2019

Reid Magney, Public Info Officer - WI Election Commission, will be today's guest on PP w/Mary Glass & Company - Show 109


TIME
3:30pm - 4:30pm

PLACE
WXRW - 104.1 FM
RIVERWEST TALK RADIO
riverwestradio.com

Join US

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Reid will unpack the points below.

1.  Election: April 2, 2019.
2. My Vote WI.
3. Updates of WI Election Commission
Spring Election: April 2, 2019.
4. What is the Electoral Vote?
5. DNC Convention in MKE.

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Jackie Clark Ivy has agreed to provide collaborative efforts for MPA-LLC ELECTORAL pursuits


March 17, 2019
CITY-WIDE MILWAUKEE || Take a close LOOK-SEE.

Jackie Clark Ivy - For over 20 years, Jackie Clark Ivy has been at the forefront of civil rights, voting and advocating justice for all.  A masters-level practitioner, she remains true to outreach and sharing her expertise.

We WELCOME her to champion our ELECTORAL acuteness for 2020.

The Electoral College consists of 538 electors. A majority of 270 electoral votes is required to elect the President. ... You help choose your state's electors when you vote for President because when you vote for your candidate you are actually voting for your candidate's electors.

Take time to view this article for an Introduction.

You can reach her at mpapublicpolicyreview@gmail.com

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Thursday, March 14, 2019

MPA-LLC W E LC O M E W A G O N





3-14-19

CITY-WIDE MILWAUKEE || We bring to the stage for "Skin-in-the-Game", MPA-LLC Welcome Wagon.  

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MPA-LLC brings to the stage for direct "Skin-in-the-Game" - Our Vote, A "Trump" Card.

We demand that African Americans have "Skin-in-the-Game" per those running for President of the USA.

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MORE TO COME

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Breaking News - Let's Get Started (Housekeeping - Stakeholders-Voters) - Mary Glass

DNC Coming to Your Town - Milwaukee


Click this video on for 9 minutes & 45 seconds of 
FRANK TALK from Mary Glass
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Afterwhich,
SIGN- UP
This is our time to "leverage" ALL government options.
This "Sign-up" is  NOT for gatekeepers, Toms, oreo cookies, arrogant status quos, or sell-out elected-appointed-volunteered and hired government workers.

Then, Listen to Harold, Teddy and the brothers - Bluenotes.


Wake Up, Everybody!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you Harold Melvin, Teddy Pendergrass, and the Blue Notes

Monday, March 11, 2019

City of MKE Election options for April 2, 2019


MARCH 11, 2019

Deputy Director Theresa Gabriel - Milwaukee Election Commission will bring us up-to-date.

Today's Call-In Visit, 3:30pm - 4:00pm, March 11, 2019, 
Public Policy Review w/Mary Glass & Company, 
Riverwest Radio 104.1 FM, riverwestradio.com.

Our commitment is to "Informed Decision-Making" for our audience.  Today we will explore what the options are for the voters coming April 2, 2019.

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Zeidler Municipal Building, 841 N Broadway
     March 11—March 30
        Monday—Friday 9am to 6pm
        Saturday 10am to 2pm (3/23 & 3/30)
        Sunday 10am to 2pm (3/24)

*Midtown Center, 5700 W Capitol Dr (Enter from 56th & Capitol, pass Pick n’ Save. Located across from Foot Locker, next to Nails Today)
       March 18—March 30
       Monday—Friday 9am to 6pm
       Saturday 10am to 2pm (3/23 & 3/30)
       Sunday 10am to 2pm (3/24)
*Zablocki Library, 3501 W Oklahoma Ave
       March 18—March 30
       Monday—Friday 9am to 6pm
       Saturday 10am to 2pm (3/23 & 3/30)
       Sunday 10am to 2pm (3/24)

*IMPORTANT: Midtown Center and Zablocki Library do NOT have voting hours until March 18
Guest Sound Engineer - Ramone Sanders