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What is Supply The Why?
A cutting edge show that hits hot button topics head on with facts and real life experiences.

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Supply The Wh‪y‬ Din Jenkins

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    • 5.0 • 15 Ratings

What is Supply The Why?
A cutting edge show that hits hot button topics head on with facts and real life experiences.

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    The Power of Positivity during a Pandemic!
    In this unique episode we will be joined by National Keynote Speaker, podcaster and the CEO of Be Au Sm, Joshua Peach. We will be discussing the power of positivity, especially during a pandemic. We will pull the curtain back on all of the underlying issues that come with viewing the world through a glass half full lens and more. You will be blown away by what you hear! COME ASK YOUR QUESTIONS!

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    Join us on Monday for a special episode of Difficult Conversations to hear from (and about) Mark Chaupetta, and his experiences raising two disabled sons. Mark will be talking about the Wheelchair Strong Foundation, which is dedicated to raising money and awareness for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy through laughter and entertainment, as well as his movie, A Father’s Fight.
    The Wheel Chair Strong Foundation's mission is to fund specific research programs and to help families, including those without Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, with grant programs that assist with out-of-pocket medical expenses and adaptive sports programs.
    You can find Mark’s movie—A Father’s Fight—on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Fathers-Fight-Mark.../dp/B07R18NXM2
    Video Links:
    A Father's Fight
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9D9GSV0CvDE
    Power Soccer
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNNAPShGB2Y

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    In the Season 4 premiere we will be joined by restaurateurs/ chefs Frank Brack of @Brack’s Grille & Tap, Joseph Deagle of @Deag’s Local Diner and Neil Levine of @Maguire’s Bar & Grille. We will be discussing the ripple effects that the COVID-19 pandemic and protocols have had on their business models, staffs and other aspects of their lives. Come learn more about some of your favorite neighborhood eateries and all that they are doing to be able to serve their customers. COME ASK YOUR QUESTIONS!
    Video links:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwjqR60ZHBQ
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbbvGWn12gE

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    Police Reform Bill Subject Matter expert Forum!
    This week's episode was crafted in direct response to the overwhelmingly positive response from Season 3 Episode 7 w/ Chuck DiChiara where we discussed some aspects of the new Police Reform Bill. With that in mind, Supply The Why sought out some of the greatest subject matter experts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to provide an open and honest conversation in order to help everyone understand various aspects of the Bill.
    We put together an All-Star lineup consisting of Difficult Conversations first timers Deputy Chief Tim Cohoon and Attorney John Scheft of Law Enforcement Dimensions. Along with two of Difficult Conversations favorite guests, Officer Chuck DiChiara (Season 3 Ep.7) and Major Dwayne Fortes (Season 2 Ep.7).
    One thing that was made clear from our last episode was that YOU the public and YOUR police officers want to know what kind of input these established subject matter experts feel should have been factored into the bill in order to produce the most relevant and practical adjustments to what we already do here in the Commonwealth. Tune in you will not want to miss this amazing forum! 

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    In this episode we are joined by Defensive Tactics & Use of Force guru Instructor Chuck DiChiara. The featured topic we will be discussing is the Massachusetts Police Reform Bill and what the ripple effects of the mandated changes will mean to the public and to the police. Does something look good on paper but in reality could have catastrophic consequences when applied to a real life event? Come find out and as always ASK YOUR QUESTIONS!
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    Join us at 7PM EST on 01/18/2021, Martin Luther King Day, for this groundbreaking episode where Supply The Why teams up with Steph Patton of the Stoughton OASIS Coalition to discuss the effects of the COVID-19 epidemic with the one demographic that NOBODY seems to be including in these difficult conversations, teenagers. We will have a panel of high school aged teens from different school districts on the show to share their thoughts on how COVID has affected their academic , social, extracurricular and family lives. Parents and teens get together and TUNE in for the first live broadcasted conversation of it's kind!
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    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

Lex12$ ,

Must listen

This show was created at the perfect time during challenging times for everyone. The host Din Jenkins is real and the guests are informative and interesting. Thought provoking and raw which is something I personally enjoy on a podcast. Bravo !!

Capt217 ,

A podcast to help society heal

Din is taking on the elephant in the room by openly discussing the difficult topics (race, law enforcement, public service, etc) in a forum open to all. These are the conversations that will promote understanding and healing for our society.

Timmy franchise ,

Great show

Din is extremely knowledgeable in matters of law enforcement and can bring a unique perspective that others would benefit to hear. Keep crushing it Din!

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