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Survivors have a story to tell. What happend in their lives, how they were able to change the outcome of their lives, and what resources may or may not have helped at the time. They may also share tidbits of what might have empowered them more so, had it existed at the time as well. This is their time to tell their story and share it with others, and perhaps serve as an inspiration to others who may be going through other similar situations. #Project1000000Voices is my efforts to provide a platform for as many voices as possible - especially those who are survivors!

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This guest has been with us before, but today, she would like to talk about: "my Domestic Violence Survival story. This time I would like to tell the story, but include my fundraiser" as well. There are many legs of the journey we go as a survivor and sometimes that does include asking for help in various ways, incuding some level of financial assisance. We will take a look at her needs and what the financial assistance may look for her. It's a story of inspiration and hope that we hope you will join us and help her to share her voice with others to make a difference. For more voices and ways to share your voice, also go to http://facebook.com/DomesticViolenceVoices. If you are interested in also sharing your story on my radio show, please submit your request to http://goo.gl/forms/rqo8jg28j1. You may also follow up with Jean's cause at www.gofundme.com/elgm40. #Project1000000Voices
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Tamara Neal was born in Baltimore Maryland and has been entertaining family and friends with her poetry since she was old enough to write. It was not uncommon for her to write a poem for a deceased family member and read it at... more

I met Chris Cloyd last year at the World of Hope Fair Trade Market at Hope Presbyterian Church in November 2012. HOPE is a nonprofit corporation created to empower destitute families to lift themselves out of poverty and sickness.... more

I am thrilled to be able to schedule a show with Nina Batts, author, who was born in Ledbetter, Texas, to a single mother and raised primarily by her grandparents. With a strong Christian based upbringing, she moved to Austin, TX, to her... more

I recently met Dr. Lynn Lawrence and was very impressed by her knowledge and the degree of energy she has in a genuine desire to help others. Today, I will have her on the show. Dr. Lynn is a Psychic Psychologist, who was in private... more

The 2013 Texas legislative session is right around the corner, and Austin lobbyists are shifting into high gear. Unfortunately, too many Texans mistakenly believe that the Capitol is open only to insiders, and that their role in public... more

Met Rob online a while back and we have been supporting each others movements for more than a few years(?). Honestly, I don't remember the first time we had interacted/reacted to each other's postings. His movement, "The... more

Met Rob online a while back and we have been supporting each others movements for more than a few years(?). Honestly, I don't remember the first time we had interacted/reacted to each other's postings. His movement, "The... more

A former technical writer and corporate communications manager in the high-tech industry for over fifteen years, Anne Bissell is the first author/activist and sex-industry survivor to bring out the connections between childhood sexual... more

Saturday the show was cut short by the internet cutting off. We will pick up where we left off and allow for Marie to continue telling her story. There is just so much more to tell and much more that Marie would like to share. Stay tuned and be... more

Marie starts out her story, "My name is Marie. I have 3 sisters and 2 brothers. I lived with both parents. My dad was a carpenter and my mom was a homemaker. She would sale Avon sometimes. My mom was the piano player at... more
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