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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time for the community to come together and build awareness and a movement towards safe and healthy relationships for all individuals and families. Domestic violence touches every person in our community and society as a whole; and violates a person’s dignity, safety, and basic human rights. Stand up as a champion for survivors and join the movement for a safer and healthier community
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Cancer has plagued our Women for Years. Now it's an epidemic that can't be ignored. It has affected our men and children as well even as early as one year olds. We must use alternative measures to fight this disease. Domestic Violence has exculated from 1 out of 4 women to 1 out of 3 who are victims of Domestic Violence. It's time to end the Holy Hush!!
Domestic violence is a cancer and a stigma that erodes our society in a very quiet way. We all know about it, we know that it happens but the women that suffer it very seldom are in a position to step up and confront their problems. They are victims and very weak on their predicament, as they are living with the abuser, and in many cases ashamed, by their abuser, preconceptions and society in general. They don’t talk about their problems and they may stay in this situation for years before they gather the courage to move away, to move on and get a life of their own, for themselves and their children. In many instances they feel that they are alone, that this is happening only to them, so they feel that they don’t have rights, they don’t have the strength and they don’t have a voice.
We have decided to give some attention to this problem in this month of awareness and we will be talking to Rhachelle Nicol. She is an incredible woman, with all the strength and all the voice to be able to transmit to others that it is hard but it can be done.
Please join us Tuesday October 22 for a talk about abuse and how to step away from it
Before we end this month of October which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we would like to have this show as a means to offer our listeners a platform to speak out against it. Just call 713-955-0708 and listen in or share with us your testimony. Love&Service
Sunday, October 20, 2013. 11 a.m. Pacific Time:
Join Sifu Restita and Sifu Robert and they discuss October as Domestic Violence Awareness month and Breast Cancer Awareness month.
We will feature pre-recorded discussion with "Ruth", a woman who was mentally and emotionally abused. We'll discuss that abuse is not always physical, and can harm the victim long after the physical signs of violence have faded. We'll also discuss the stereotypes of domestic violence.
We will also discuss Breast Cancer Awareness. This disease is ost common form of cancer among women the 2nd most common cause of death among women. We want to hear from our listeners who have survived breast cancer or are currently undergoing treatment.
Please support this episode by calling in and adding your thoughts. Let's fight against Domestic Violence and support finding a cure for Breast Cancer.
Join Candi and Randy today along with special guest retired police officer John Bell as they speak on domestic violence.Domestic abuse is defined as behaviors use by one person in a relationship to control another. Candi having recently experienced this violence first hand with someone renting a room in her home decided that it would be valuable to have a professional help us understand what can be done.If you have questions or comments you can call the show at 818-495-6931.Education is the best way to help prevent violence.
Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas, and Rodney Smith with special guess' Nina Bailey & Larry Reid.
Our Topic(s) today: “Breast Cancer and Domestic Awareness.”
Breast Cancer Awareness
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the same. We have made a lot of progress but still have a long way to go and need your help! For more information, click here: http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/breast-cancer-awareness-month?gclid=CMnxxfnBo7oCFc1xQgod1VkAng
Domestic violence may include not only the intimate partner relationships of spousal, live-in partners and dating relationships, also familial, elder and child abuse may be present in a violent home. Abuse generally falls into one or more of the following categories: physical battering, sexual assault and emotional or psychological abuse, and generally escalates over a period of time. click here for more information: http://www.ncadv.org/learn/TheProblem.php