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Join A Women's Circle on Friday at BlogTalkUSA.com or call in (347)855-8118 as we discuss Sexual Harassment and Assault: Teaching women and girls that their voices matter, that they have the capacity to embrace their own power, and that they can have ownership over their own bodies and are, therefore, agents of change in their community.
We've heard the statistics. One in every four women in America has experenced some form of sexual assault. This is an alarming statistic, because that means 25% of women are walking around with invisible emotional wounds that affect the ability to form bonds of trust. There is no worse violation than sexual violation, and today's society has just begun to undestand the long term effects. Its even more devastating when perpetrated by a trusted authority figure, who often goes unpunished. Daniel Holtzclaw, an Oklahoma City Police officer, was accused of sexually assaulting or raping 13 women while he was on the job. While assaulting them, he reportedly taunted them, saying, "No one will ever believe you." How do you heal from an attack when the perpetrator is never accused, never admits wrong, never is held accountable and is never punished in any way? How do you heal from the anger and sense of injustice? Thankfully, Holtzclaw was fired, tried and found guilty of the crimes. He was recently sentenced to 263 years. But many officers who are sex offenders are still walking the streets, untried and unpunished. How do cope when your attacker is still walking around free? How do you keep the feeling of violation from affecting your own self esteem and sense of self worth?
Bill Cosby Charged with Sexual Assault -Tim Black At Night Show 12/30/2015 Speak on it Tonight! Call in 323-870-4064 Tim Black At Night Show airs everyday 9P Est.Tune In! http://www.TimBlackTV.com
Intensive, hard core, often blood-curdling physical contact in sports such as basketball, hockey and football is a natural expectation in game plays. There is an expected risk of injury to the players in the normal hustle and bustle of the sport. But with the rise of flagrant fouls, penalties, scandals and serious injuries to other players resulting in fines and game suspensions, have the game plays crossed the line of 'good intense sports" to criminal assault?
Cincinatti Bengals' linebacker Vontaze Burfict makes a deliberate beeline for Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver Antonio Brown's head, while Adam Pacman Jones responds to Assistant Coach Joey Porter's illegal presence in the sidelines with violence, in addition to previous infractions--such as deliberately removing the helmet of Oakland Raiders' Amari Cooper and banging Cooper's head on the helmet while on the field--clearly are not moves or actions necessary to play great football. Under any other circumstances, this would be a prosecutable offense, and the immediate throwing of the multiple flags on the field tells that they were flagrantly foul actions.. even by the NFL's guidleines. However, the NFL punished one of those actions while overlooking the other.
When does a player's actions on the field go beyond the scope of "great sports maneuvers" and turn into acts of assault? Are fines and game suspensions adequate punishments for repeat offenders? Tune in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
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As a police officer Sandy Hein encounters sexual assault cases on a regular basis. Sandy returns to Shattered Lives to discuss the implications of sexual assault, especially for victims who endure long-term victimization and do not report for reasons each holds secret.
This discussion will be frank, raw, and eye opening.
On Firday @ 7:30 EST Join me and experts as we discuss DV at blogtalk.com/blogtalkusa or call in (347) 855-8118. Domestic Violence against women should be viewed as violence against the community. We should see men’s violence against women as not stemming from individual pathology, but rather from a socially reinforced sense of entitlement. Continuously viewing this problem from an individual standpoint will never heal a nation. We must cut at the roots of the problem and not at the branches! We must reexamine the methods and assumptions in which men and women are educated about preventing and stopping Domestic Violence.
Organization: Women of Color Network, Inc.
Host: Alice Lynch and Sumayya Coleman
Show Commentary and Engineer: Tonya Lovelace-Davis
Topic: The Impact of Domestic and Sexual Violence on Black Girls
Please join host Alice Lynch and Sumayya Coleman as they talk to Artika Roller and discuss the impact of domestic and sexual violence on black girls. We will talk about the repercussions of their victimization and the serious consequences to their physical and mental health. The show will also highlight promising strategies to address, prevent, and intervene this issue.
Being part of Social Media sometimes can be hard to deal with! Yes, sometimes an insult or unkind statement or word for no apparent reason can leave one confused and hurt not knowing why things were said! Celeberties are the ones who have to deal with this all the time.
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Erin Cull is a survivor of a sexual and domestic violence situation. She has a way of telling her story through speaking it and leaving the words behind. Leaving what happened behind. Her story is a traumatic one, but she strives to help others with community walks, police force and other organizations.
Hr1 Michelle Obama perpetuated the "reality" of racism at a speech at Tuskegee University.
In Columbus, OH, police shot and killed Mohamed Barry after he randomly attacked people with a machete at a restaurant. Of course, this is just a random, unexplainable event.
History is not the enemy, but it's under attack. Especially the Civil War. Now the museum is taking heat for a new weapons display.
The problem with most churches in America is, they have no spine! God's Word doesn't change! God is pro-life.
Hr2 Wait?! Homicides are down? How can that be, with gun sales up? Obama fact-check.
Media mogul, Xander Gibb joins the convo talking current events, university brainwashing, rape culture, political parties, and uncivilized discourse.
Disgusting Purdue staff member publicly called for the rape of their pro-life students.
There are actually groups who want to divide us as a nation, rather than unify us. We need real leadership.
Hr3 Here's the latest assault on faith... Scientists seek to prove belief in God is caused by brain damage. I guess that means I'm in trouble!
Socialist Venezuela is running out of food. How can that be? There's always plenty to go around in socialism, right?
Socialist, Sanders-supporting hipster doesn’t see the irony that he just left California for a state that doesn’t tax it’s 1% at all.
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
Alex Sanchez Back on King Jordan Radio Talking 11 year old Boy Charged in the Death of an 8 year old.
An 11-year-old boy will spend the next eight years in juvenile prison after police say he killed an 8-year-old girl during an argument over a puppy.The boy, who HLN is not naming due to his age, was found guilty of first-degree murder in the shooting death of MaKayla Dyer, according to a sentencing document obtained by the Newport Plain Talk and posted online by CNN affiliate WATE.& Actress Drops $500K Assault Lawsuit Against Josh Duggar!!
What Do You Know About The Trans Saharan Slave Trade?
Why do we always talk about slavery as if it is a Black and White issue? The reality is that the Arabs have held Black slaves from around 800 AD to this very day, with no end in sight. This abuse of our people by the Arabs and Muslims is a well kept "secret" that must be exposed. How deep does this sickness run? Well, I don't know, but I do know that Arabs use a word "abd" to refer to Blacks, Africans, and slaves without distinction. In other words, if you are Black, they call you a slave.
Join Alex Primo and Asha Zuri Thursday, February 11 at 9 pm EST (6 pm PST, 7 pm MST, 8 pm CST) as we explore, dissect, and discuss the horror and devastating travesty that we call the Trans Saharan Slave Trade. A trade that caused the death of millions of our Melanated brothers and sisters. A despicable assault that castrated our brothers and turned our women into sex-slaves. You do not want to miss this episode.
Plus the brother Dennis Jefferson will be dropping by with another highly informative Healthy Matters update.
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