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In the diverse and multicultural land that America emcompasses, it is sometime difficult to believe that there are so many forms of discrimination that still thrive. Join us as we discuss the multitude of ways that discrimination KNOT only exists, but how it ultimately harms us all. We will discuss multiple kinds of discrimination during this hour. Be prepared!
Dealing with comple gender discrimination issues in the workpalce is very challenging. From pay to promotion to pregnancy, employers are facing risks they may not be prepared to manage. Understanding what these risks are, and knowing what internal processes you should have, and what data and documentation you should maintain is a critical component of reducing these risks and ensuring your workplace is free of gender discrimiation. In this episode, we speak with Timothy Long and Lauri Damrell
My guest for this episode of thomascwaters.com on Blog Talk Radio will be Ted Martin, Executive director of Equality PA, and we will be talking about upcoming efforts to pass non-discrimination legislation that covers employment, housing, and public accommodations in Pennsylvania. Bills in both the House and Senate are in the works and bi-partisan co-sponsors are signing on to these important pieces of legislation.
Ted and I will talk about why such legislation is important; what some of the myths surrounding such legislations are; and how you, my listeners can get involved.
In addition, I will be announcing a new project being undertaken by thomascwaters.com to support the state-wide efforts for these bills.
The Pagan Weekly News brings you news, views, interviews, and opinions from the global Pagan community. Hosts Zaracon and RevKess bring you insightful coverage of mainstream news and a variety of view points from a Pagan perspective.
This edition has been moved due to scheduling conflicts.
This edition focuses on religious discrimination and persecution. For several years Zaracon has been advocate against the witch hunts in South Africa. Religious persecution exists in the world today, not justin "under developed" regions of the world. Tune in for a discussion of religious discrimination and persecution in several parts of the world, including the Americans and Europe.
With the cases before the US Supreme Court, there is no avoiding a talk about Marriage Equality. Part of this edition will be devoted to that topic.
This week Dare to Be the Difference webcast features Mihaela Kovacs, Director and Founder of Fundatia Beraca from Sigishoara. For the past fifteen years Mihaela has been committed to defeating domestic violence and abuse, as well as to standing up do discrimination and injustice against the Roma people in Romania. Fundatia Beraca is a Romanian faith-based non-profit organization that seeks to promote healthy families free from violence. Get introduced to the story of Mihaela Kovacs by watching
Today we are going to be speaking about racism and discrimination not only among the Indigeneous race but also among all races. This is not an Indian issue it is a human issue. No matter what race is affected by this horible issue, it needs to be stopped. We need to stop fighting against each other and begin to stand together to stop this issue in our communities. Join Hawk, Leonard, and George as they address some of the recent racism issues throughout Indian Country. Please feel free t
Have you been discriminated against on the job because you are LGBTQ? Were you not hired because you were LGBTQ? Do you have a story about discrimination in employment?
Despite the highest levels of public support for protecting LGBT people in the workplace fewer than half of state governments protect LGBT workers from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
On Wednesday April 10, 2013 CAN WE TALK FOR REAL will be discussing the problems our LGBTQ community face with discrimination in employment.
We’ll have the experts but we need you as our guest. If you have a real life experience with employment discrimination based on your sexual orientation or gender identity, please send a brief summary of your experience along with your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org and you may be our guest on Wednesday April 10, 2013
CAN WE TALK FOR REAL is an online Blog Talk Radio Show every Wednesday Night (10:30 pm eastern time, 9:30 pm central standard time, 8:30 pm mountain time and 7:30 pm pacific time) that discusses important issues of the LGBTQ Community.
Welcome to Biker Discrimination Special on Spirit of Bikers Radio LIVE from our American Biker Culture Center studio in Ilion, NY with your host Hammerin Hank. Featuring: The Final Ride-Curt Byrnes LIVE from Hospital on ObamaCare, Biker Rights Advocate and Attorney Ben Rabin, "Junior " Gleeson and John Kalament of Rolling Pride MC, "Boogie" of BFMC Northeast - Both on reports of Northern Lights discrimination against bikers and biker clubs; Security Specialist Harold Bryant, LaQuan, Pres. of Hold Our Own Destiny MC on topic of discrimination, film producer Jon Russell Cring, Second ammendment/Biker rights advocate Adam Peplau w/Commentary and more! Tune in to this important special kicking off the 2013 season! Sponsored by The Rabin Law Firm specializing in injured motorcyclists 1-877-451-2453 Steve's Custom Jewelry and Repair 66 Otsego st.,Ilion,NY (315) 894-4389 And special program sponsors: Boozefighters MC Timberjacks Chapter 80
There is a growing number of male caregivers to small children or aging parents in our society. Male caregivers now comprise 45% of all family caregivers in the nation.
The average male caregiver is 49 years old. He works at a full time job though, and is usually caring for an aging parent ( usually his mom- average age of 77). The average source of the caring in this situation is alzheimers or dementia.
It can be attributed to a number of different things though, including divorce, more female primary breadwinners in the family and more openly gay men.
Join Flex Hour Jobs as we discuss the reasons for this societal change and what we can do to change the perspective at the workplace.
Most times when we speak about unfair treatment, size discrimination, rude comments... etc We think about how it affects Women and not our Male counter parts.
On this show we will hear from LargeInCharge's new writer David Edmondson. A man who lived many years of his life, as an average sized guy. Then things changed and her became a larger male.
How does it affect him, what are some of the rude crazy things people say to him. Now with a beautiful Plus Sized Bride by his side how does it affect them both.
Check out David's new Column in LargeInCharge Magazine. www.largeincharge.com/magazine.htm - Column: Thinking Big