Rights & Wrongs: Rights, Privileges and Misconceptions

We are here to explore the world of Rights, Privileges, Legal systems, and the misconceptions surrounding them. Join us as we listen to guest speakers from varying fields of expertise. As we learn about the meaning of the Buzzwords, Philosophies, and Structures that affect our daily lives. Such as Human Rights vs. Civil Rights or Legal Privilege vs. Social Privilege. Learn more at www.Rightsandwrongspodcast.com

Episode 9: Reality of Married Life in the U.S. Military with Daniel Koerner

December 27th, 2020

Come Join me and military spouse Daniel Koerner as we discuss the realities of being married to someone actively serving in the U.S. Military and some advice for those looking to start a family with someone, or themselves currently serving in the Armed Forces. Daniel brings a unique perspective to the podcast for he is a U.S. Air Force Veteran himself married to an active duty Marine Corps Senior Drill Instructor. Which adds a few perspectives as a male, veteran, and spouse to someone with arguably the most stressful jobs in the military. I hope you enjoy this episode of the rights and Wrongs podcast 

 

Audio Editor: Nel B.

Producer: George O. 

Episode 8: Exploring Identity of Self with Dr. Thomas Hatvany

December 18th, 2020

Join me in a discussion with Dr. Thomas Hatvany a Social Psychologist and Professor at Shippensburg University. Where we take a deep dive into the elements that make up how we make decisions in our daily lives. Along with how we see ourselves and identify with others. Throughout this discussion, we explore aspects that we use to Identify ourselves and how they influence our choice of social groups, and how those social groups can influence our self-identity and choices i.e Political Parties.  Come join us as we speak on these issues and many others in this thought-provoking segment of the Rights & Wrongs Podcast.  

Audio Editor: Nel B.

Producer: George O.

Episode 7 Part 2: Armistice Day & Lessons of Remeberance with Regan Hughes

December 16th, 2020

This is the continuation of my conversation with a Royal Marine Commando Veteran & Master's Student of International Affairs Regan Hughes in this second segment of a two-part Armistice Day Special. We continue to discuss our experiences and thoughts on the Holidays that have been created to mark the end of the First World War. Along with digging deeper into the ideas of a "Just" or "Humanitarian" wars, along with looking at who we are now vs. who we were when we served in the Militaries of our Home Nations.

Audio Editor Nel B.

Producer George O.

Episode 7 Part 1: Armistice Day & Lessons of Remeberance with Regan Hughes

December 15th, 2020

Join me and Regan Hughes a Royal Marine Commando Veteran & Master's Student of International Affairs at the University of Glasgow, in this first segment of a two-part Armistice Day Special. As we discuss our experiences and thoughts on the Holidays that have been created to mark the end of the First World War. This discussion includes personal experiences of serving in the Military, Experiences of these Holidays from the perspective of Veterans, and the lessons we have learned as individuals and as a society from war, along with the lessons we continue to fail to grasp. 

Audio Editor: Nel B.

Producer: George O.

Episode 6: Challenges Faced by Returning Veterans and Advocates with Chris Rossi

November 27th, 2020

Join Chris Rossi and I as we talk about our experiences of returning to civilian life after serving in the U.S Military, & our experiences working as Veteran Advocates. The issues we will cover are Substance, Abuse, Homelessness, Educational Benefits, Mental Health, along with some issues in Military/Veteran culture that does not like to talk about. These issues are difficult to talk about and every Veteran's circumstances are different as are the cases with all at-risk demographics. Hopefully, this episode will help you better understand what a family member or friend is going through. Veteran or not we are all human and no one deserves to suffer because of our ignorance.

 

Audio Editor: Nel B.

Producer: George O.

SideBar 2:About Crime Fiction and Modern Policing with Frank Zafiro

November 20th, 2020

Come join me and my returning guest Frank Scalise (Zafiro), as we talk about his journey into writing crime fiction. We will go into his early book series discussing what he brought to the page from his time in Law Enforcement, Lessons he learned from writing, and what people can learn from reading crime fiction to better understand the evolution of policing. We also discuss his latest book series which is extremely relevant for today's Code Four  "It all ends here - the explosive final book in the Charlie-316 series! out on 11/23/2020.

http://www.frankzafiro.com/novels/charlie-316/

 

Episode 5: Warrior Mindset & Comunity Policing with Frank Scalise

October 25th, 2020

Come  Join Frank Scalise and I as we discuss the topics of Community Policing, Warrior Mindset. Police Recruiting, and much more. Part of a continuing discussion on the issues of policing in America. My guest Frank Scalise is a retired LEO, Educator, and author is also known as Frank Zafiro.

Episode:4 Military Influences on Police & Police Education Reform with Prof. DiGiovanni

October 10th, 2020

Come join me and special guest criminal justice Professor Christopher DiGiovanni, as we discuss influences the military has on law enforcement policy and recruitment. suggestions for police education reform, Police funding, and much more! On this episode of Rights & Wrongs.

SideBar: 1. Lessons from Starting a Project or Business with Earvin Gallardo

October 6th, 2020

Come join my old friend "G" and me on the first of many non- political segments or "Sidebar". As we discuss the challenges of starting a business or project and the lessons we have learned along the way. Including experiences from the U.S Marines, Travel, Covid-19, and much more!

Episode 3: Feminist Theory in International Politics with Ellen Stirling & Molly Young.

August 10th, 2020

 

Come join me and my two guests Ellen Stirling & Molly Young as we unpack the Buzzword Feminism, and explore Feminism and Feminist theories in Politics. As we take a look at topics  such as Hillary Clinton, How the World is made for men, Covid-19, and much more!  

Referenced Materials

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dXqkUBV7uJbrrUSRGvRtlQCu3IGISp-ti00JaEGflLs/edit?usp=sharing

 

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