Grosse Pointe racism by teens; Judge Gorcyca under the microscope

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Part 1: Grosse Pointe racism by teens

Another display of racism in Grosse Pointe by teens for the second time in just a few months.

For the second time since March, it involved a posting on social media involving offensive language with Grosse Pointe South High School students.

But should the students involved be punished for what they did in private or on social media, outside of school. What happens next?

On the panel:

Dr. Gary Niehaus, Grosse Pointe Schools superintendent.

Melba Dearing, a Grosse Pointe high school senior.

Jai-Lee Dearing, Grosse Pointe businessman and concerned father.

Greg Bowens, PR expert and president of the NAACP Grosse Pointe branch.

Part 2: Judge Gorcyca under the microscope

An Oakland County judge finds herself on trial after she sent three kids to juvie hall in a custody case.

Does Lisa Gorcyca, who finds herself being judged by the Judicial Tenure Commission for her conduct, deserve punishment or praise?

On the panel:

Sheila McCoy, family law expert.

Connor Ferrick, attorney and family law specialist.

Jodi Debbrecht Switalski, former judge.

Dr. Gerald Shiener, a psychiatrist.

Part 3 On the Road

Charlie Langton is at the Mackinac Policy Conference getting the pulse of the movers and shakers.