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3 Women 3 Ways radio shows feature world recognized experts and researchers to cover feminism, current events, social developments and news about women world wide.

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A Washington State police officer turned psychologist looks at the treatment of first responders who are just expected to deal with it in the aftermath of some pretty nasty and traumatic work. Loreli Thompson, PhD also counsels victims of... more

There's been a push for years to have doctors, nurses, and health care folks to become more involved in screening and treating victims of intimate partner violence. There have been flyers taped in bathrooms, brochures stacked in... more

Think big business and big money are only influencing politics? Have you looked at judicial elections lately? A report issued by Justice at Stake found that special interest spending is skyrocketing in even obscure and small town judicial... more

We see it all too often in the news - dad (once in awhile it's mom), goes nuts and kills mom, the kids, anyone who happens to be in the way, and then, often, himself. What is going on here? The media stories often say something just... more

Casey Gwin, attorney and president of the Family Justice Center, joins us to discuss children who grow up exposed to trauma like domestic violence and his new book, "Cheering for the Children."

They used to say men don't make passes at girls who wear glasses, but that was a long time ago before we became enlightened and all gender neutral. Or..was it? According to a recent study, men are less attracted to women who are smarter... more

SO ARE THERE SOME GOOD PARTS TO THIS GROWING OLD THING? Let's see…you get old, your knees go bad, you forget things, you're no longer socially relevant, and your hair gets thinner, right? Well, maybe. But the big... more

Police families are not immune to the violence and terror of intimate partner abuse, yet few departments have any specific policies to address domestic violence complaints when their own officers are involved. Join us when Judith... more

SURVIVING AFTER THE CRISIS October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and a great way to start this month off is by talking about what happens after the trauma and crisis of experiencing domestic violence. The... more