The latest on Michael Aron’s series; The State of NJ’s Health: Overcoming Childhood Trauma & more on NJTV

Posted September 12, 2014

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NJTV’S ON THE RECORD AND REPORTERS ROUNDTABLE WITH MICHAEL ARON CONTINUE DURING ARON RECOVERY

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MUST-SEE NJTV PROGRAMS…

NJTV NEWS WITH MARY ALICE WILLIAMS 

Weeknights at 6pm, 7:30pm and 11pm

Tonight, news from across the state, including (subject to change):

  • FEMA and HUD’s request for the return of Hurricane Sandy aid money 
  • Overhauling the alimony system
  • A look at New Jersey’s gun laws
  • An interview with Assemblyman Ronald Dancer
  • Planned upgrades on NJ Transit
  • A new art exhibit that  takes portraits of everyday people and accompanies them with audio of them telling their stories

 Click here to watch tonight’s program & get more news at NJTV NEWS online

THE STATE OF NJ’S HEALTH: OVERCOMING CHILDHOOD TRAUMA

Wednesday, 9/17 at 8pm

Hosted by NJTV’s Senior Correspondent Mike Schneider, this hour-long town hall discussion explores the long-term impact of adverse childhood experiences on New Jersey’s inner city youth.  At-risk children are often exposed to habitual violence, neglect, abuse and family dysfunction.  This ongoing stress can lead to learning deficiencies and lifelong emotional and health problems.

The program, recorded at the Walter K. Gordon Theater at Rutgers University-Camden, engages professional panelists with community participants to explore the challenges and solutions to the problem of adverse childhood experience.

Watch the program, then tell us what you think in a viewer survey.

Watch other STATE OF NJ’s HEALTH episodes online

ON THE RECORD WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 9/13 at 6:30pm;Sunday, 9/14 at 10am

 Marie DeNoia Arohnson fills in for Michael Aron this week to host one-on-one discussion with headline-makers, talking about the NJ Gambling Summit.

Learn more about ON THE RECORD here

    REPORTERS ROUNDTABLE WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 9/13 at 5:30pm; Sunday, 9/14 at 9am

 Headlining news discussion with the journalists breaking it.

 

Learn more about REPORTERS ROUNDTABLE here

        

CAUCUS NEW JERSEY

 Sunday, 9/14 at 8:30am

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production   

Orthopedic Surgery for Baby Boomers

The Baby Boomer generation is now 50 and above and is still very active — running, biking, skiing, and golfing in record numbers. These activities are resulting in more hip & knee replacements. This panel will explore new surgical techniques and ways to prevent injuries.

     

  NEW JERSEY CAPITOL REPORT

 Saturday, 9/13 at 6am; Sunday, 9/14 at 8am 

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production   

 Jerry Harris, Interim President & CEO of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, discusses the New Jersey Senate Bill for Bail reform, which would allow individuals who commit non-violent crimes to avoid bail, as well as the complexities of the recent unrest in Ferguson.

 For more information about CAUCUS EDUCATIONAL CORPORATION programming, visit caucusnj.org

DUE PROCESS

Sunday, 9/14 at 9:30am; Tuesday, 9/16 at 11:30pm

Fugitive Safe Surrender: You may not have committed a major crime, maybe not a crime at all. It could be a ticket unpaid, a child support payment unmade, but it’s enough to trigger a warrant for arrest – and that puts you on the wrong side of the law.

Tens of thousands in New Jersey can’t get a license or a job, because warrants show up on a background check. They are always looking over their shoulders, knowing any contact with police could see them arrested or jailed.

But five times in recent years, the state has created a rare opportunity to clear a record and put a life back on track. It’s called Fugitive Safe Surrender and when it came to Jersey City, Due Process was there for an inside look at a unique opportunity for thousands to come out of the shadows.

Back in the studio, we go deeper with Rev. William Howard of Bethany Baptist Church in Newark, with Lori Scott-Pickens of the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice, and with Assistant Attorney General Wanda Moore.

  Learn more about DUE PROCESS here  

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