Straight out of Dallas comes "Game Related, Not Gang Related". Hosted by activist and personality Charleston White. Legendary West Dallas street figure Anthony Dewberry and heavy weight music & film exec Uncle Henn, the show examines
the criminal element in the south and the issues that arise from impoverished conditions. "Game Related, Not Gang Related" speaks to everyone from politicians to former gangsters to find solutions to the problems that plague the urban landscape.
Game Related Not Gang Related
Episode 14 This week episode addresses the responsibilitys of Fatherhood, involved vs uninvolved mother's With Dr. Auset Mrs. King & Chanta
This week episode addresses the responsibilitys of Fatherhood, involved vs uninvolved mother's and we focus on the correlation it has to Youth Deliquency in our society, from the perspective of women who work with at risk youth, troubled youth, juvenile delinquent youth, and or youth dealing with child hood trauma! This episode highlights the need for holistic healing treatment, restorative justice practices, as well as implementation of the holistic approach theory!
Episode 13 Terrence Simpson "The presence of hope is integral to saving the lives of children who don't know how to save themselves.
"The presence of hope is integral to saving the lives of children who don't know how to save themselves.”
Incarcerated at age 12 in Texas and sentenced to a 30 year prison sentence. With the support and love of his family he earned a bachelor's degree and a master's degree while incarcerated and wrote two books while in prison. Released after 29 years in prison, Terrence is a new father and works with incarcerated youth and at risk youth. Terrence will join us this week on Game Related not Gang Related Podcast to share his story of Redemption and TRANSFORMATION. Terrence Sampson offers thought provoking statements through a stirring narrative that not only talks about what happens to violent juveniles after the fact, but also talks about the state of at-risk youth as a whole in today's society.
Episode 12 legendary Dallas Street figure Curtis Blow Now Pastor Curtis Blow Stopped by to talk about his transformation
Legendary Dallas Street figure Curtis Blow now Pastor Curtis blow sits down with game related not gang related podcast and shares his life and talks about how his transformation came about. Pastor Curtis below gives his heartfelt testimony about a life of poverty in the community of Bonton. Bonton Is a historically African-American neighborhood in South Dallas Texas that was plagued with poverty drugs and violence.
Episode 11 Bishop Eli Jacobs God turned his life around after losing his mom
As a youthful inmate of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Bishop Eli Jacobs was considered one of Texas most violent inmates. Born in Dallas Texas and raised in the streets of South Dallas where he became one of the first drug dealers in Dallas to introduce crack to the streets, where he thrived with the likes of legendary Dallas street names like Curtis Blow and Ray Charles. Listen to a heartfelt and heartbreaking story of Redemption, Transformation, and Restoration
Anthony Dewberry Episode 10 My message is to help our youth & not glamorize the streets, Real game on the institutions
Anthony Dewberry is a Former 'hard-core juvenile' who's been trying to make a difference in young people lives. A story of Atonement and Redemption. Anthony Dewberry was 15 when a friend got into an altercation in a club and was hit in the head with a gun. Outside, Dewberry, now 43, shot his friend's assailant. He was sentenced to 28 years in prison and released on parole in 2010 after serving 19 years.
Episode 9 No Child is born bad With Jose Rodriguez
Jose Rodriguez is the first juvenile in Fort Worth Texas to be charged, adjudicated, and sentence up to 30 year's for Murder at the age of 14. He's a part of a group of children who became the first generation of children in Texas who began to be sentenced under Texas Juvenile Law known as Determinate Sentencing, where a kid can be sentenced up to 40 year's for a felony crime. Jose spent 22 and a half year's incarcerated for the crime he committed
Listen to this podcast even when the game change they teach you how to change with it!!!!
A verbal book on life
An must hear!