Host Changa Bell and Fresh Start Program Director Cheryl Riviere discuss Changa's 4 step pathway to healing compassion fatigue in the workplace, especially when working in a high-stress​ environment.

On Monday, a black teenage girl was brutalized in her classroom in Spring Valley High School, in South Carolina.

Sean Yoes follows up on the viral video of the school resource officer in South Carolina brutalizing a 16-year-old black student. Yoes speaks to experts on public school discipline policy, and best practices to keep students safe in school. And the Mod Squad discusses Pocomoke City and the embattled housing authority of Baltimore City.

On Wellness Wednesday: Changa Bell, life and health coach and owner of sunlight yoga. Then the Media Report with LaMonte Summers.


D. Watkins, author of The Beast Side: Living and Dying While Black in America.
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D. Watkins, author of The Beast Side: Living and Dying While Black in America, joins Sean Yoes to talk about politics, race, education, and more. 

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announces the state's new restrictions on racial profiling.
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Eight months after the Justice Department announced new restrictions on racial profiling, Maryland has become the first state to implement guidelines prohibiting law enforcement officers from profiling based on race and other criteria. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, who announced the guidelines on Tuesday, joins Sean Yoes to discuss racial cases in Maryland — including the current investigation of Freddie Gray, and the situation in Pocomoke City. 

Daunasia Yancey and Julius Jones, of Boston's Black Lives Matter movement, ask Hillary Clinton questions during her campaign stop in New Hampshire.
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Sean Yoes discusses dismantling structural racism as a campaign plank of the 2016 democratic presidential platform. In the studio are Baltimore City council candidate Zeke Cohen, and Adam Jackson of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle. In particular, Cohen and Jackson analyze the interaction between Hillary Clinton and Black Lives Matter activists Julius Jones and Daunasia Yancey.