Flashpoint: Analysis of Pres. Trump's #firststep justice reform, tiny houses for homeless & Fred's Footsteps

Flashpoint
Sunday, December 2nd
Host and KYW Newsradio community affairs reporter Cherri Gregg asks the burning questions about the First Step Act, a criminal justice reform bill supported by President Donald Trump. Jordan Harris, Pa. State Rep- 186th Dist., Jules Epstein, law professor at Temple University and Sameerah Shabazz, policy director at Ardella's House walk us through the issues from a local perspective.

Our newsmaker of the week is Stephanie Sena, a professor at Villanova University and founder of the Student Run Emergency Housing Unit of Philadelphia. She is currently working on a project to build tiny homes for the homeless.

Our changemaker of the week is Fred's Footsteps, a non-profit that provides grants to families with ill or injured children. Executive Director Christine DiBona Lobley appears on the show.


Flashpoint airs every Saturday at 9:30pm and Sunday at 8:30am on KYW Newsradio. Subscribe to the Flashpoint Podcast on the Apple Podcast, Radio.com or others apps where you get your podcast by searching "Flashpoint KYW."

 
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