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Victor Viyuoh has written and directed the powerful film "Ninah's Dowry," about one woman's quest for independence from the abusive husband she has been stuck with. When he finds out she is pregnant by another man, he chases down the wife who has left him to bring her back one way or another.
This movie is the winner of the best film at the Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival, a fest he is familiar with. He submitted his short film, "MBOUTOUKOU" and won FLIFF's Kodak International Student Film Competition in the narrative section back in 2002.
Some say that love comes with written instructions and a heffy price tag. Is that true?
Tonight with will discuss putting a price on love with Author Zara J
Steve Beckow interviews Archangel Gabrielle on Ukraine, and gender inequality. Steve: the most stubborn and extensive social problem on the planet. in my view, is gender inequality. In some countries of the world, a woman could be killed for refusing to marry the person of her parents' choice. In other countries, a fatal accident could be staged if the bride's parents refused constantly-increasing dowry demands. In many countries of the world, a woman can be refused a chance at education and her wages could be taken by her family. Sexual slavery is still endemic in certain parts of the world. Some countries practice selective abortion or infanticide of female babies. When will these conditions disappear and what will be the mechanism by which the lot of women in many parts of the world will reach equality with those that men enjoy? This week we'll ask Archangel Gabrielle what drives these conditions and how they can be overcome.
Music: Pachelbel's Canon and Mike Roland - Son of the Light
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By reinterpreting the Garden of Eden story, not as history, but rather as a manual for self-discovery, guest Glynda-Lee Hoffmann, author of the groundbreaking book, "The Genesis Code, Your Key to Unlocking Hidden Genius," says, "We are all Adam and Eve and must do as they did, eat the fruit from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, transforming its dualistic information into a holistic perspective so we can transcend our cultural mindset and see through eyes of unity, since that's how reality operates."
The Genesis Code: Your Key to Unlocking Hidden Genius, available on Amazon and on www.theGenesisCode.com, also a free booklet, "7 Techniques to Cultivate Your Genius," available free on the website.
Glynda-Lee Hoffmann is a 40 year student of the Qabalah and author of two books, The Secret Dowry of Eve: Woman's Role in the Development of Consciousness, and The Genesis Code: Your Key to Unlocking Hidden Genius. She is also Associate Director of the Hoffmann Learning Research Institute (HLRI), home of the Hoffmann Integration Processing Program, HIPP, and a TEDxChico presenter. HIPP is a brain based learning program which has helped students of all ages overcome their brain's learning problems and discover hidden potential to solve problems and excel through efficient learning.
Hello Dr CJ, What's Life About? has interviewed hundreds of the greatest minds on the planet exploring emerging possibilities for global transformation. With thousands of loyal listeners, we explore an array of topics by interviewing inspiring guests, authors and a variety of experts every week. Doctor CJ Vennard and co-host Stephanie Martin interviews notable people for new thoughts and insights on life's questions live every Friday at 2pm (PST).
Even without exact counts of victims, one can easily say that family violence affects millions of women, men, and children across the United States and around the world. It is a crisis that either does or will affect us all. How we respond depends on the nature of the violence inclusive of cultural, economic, social, and political contexts. The consequences of this violence affect all of society, each community, and the children. Additional costs include lowered economic production, political and social instability and intergenerational transmission of violence. In this broadcast we will be providing an international examination of the global problem of domestic violence.
Subjects covered in this broadcast include:
a) Battering, b) Sexual abuse of children in the household, c) Dowry-related violence, d) Marital rape, e) female genital mutilation, f) nonspousal violence, g) violence related to exploitation, h) physical, sexual, and psychological violence occurring within the general community, i) forced prostitution, and j) physical, sexual, and psychological violence perpetrated or condoned by the State.
This training program is a public service of The American Public Safety Training Institute found at www.tapsti.org
Tonight we are especially excited to have as our guest Anill Kumar, one of the principal founders of the Men’s Rights Movement in India. India has proven to be a pivotal battleground in the struggle for men’s rights. In recent years both the legislature and judiciary in that country have dealt serious blows to due process and presumption of innocence to men accused of domestic violence and sexual assault. Dowry laws have seen men and their families thrown in jail over marital break up. Men have literally been thrown off of moving trains simply for being in a car designated for women. We will be talking about all of these things as well as the organizations fighting for men’s rights in India on tonight’s show. This is an important episode on the very important topic of global men’s rights activism so please join us tonight.
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Women against domestic violence, abuse, and hate!
An estimated one in every three women worldwide experiences violence, with rates reaching as high as 70 percent in some countries. Gender-based violence ranges from rape to domestic abuse and acid burnings to dowry deaths and so-called “honor killings.”
Violence against women and girls — in peacetime and in conflict — knows no national or cultural boundaries.
We have made tremendous strides in combating these human rights abuses, but there is still much work to be done.
Tisha Smith founder of “We Love the Girls,” will share with us some of the warning signs of abuse in relationship and how to avoid being a victim and how to get out abusive relationship. She will also speak about protecting our daughters, nieces, cousins, mothers, granddaughters and grandmothers.
Don’t miss this powerful episode
Omondi Olunga is a very distraught man. The domestic squabbles with his wife Jenipher Atieno are getting uglier by the day and giving him sleepless nights. Omondi, a resident of Awendo town, married the love of his life, Jenipher, in 2002 when she was fresh from polytechnic.
"Jenipher’s parents demanded dowry upfront as their daughter was considered learned," he says. "Being a fisherman, I could not raise the dowry of six cows as demanded."
Omondi adds that his in-laws agreed to the two cows he could afford with the promise that he would clear the balance after a while. That is when the problem started.
"At first my wife was considerate and loving but then things changed. She started denying me my conjugal rights feigning sickness but when it continued for a long time and I demanded an explanation, she said she wasn’t in the mood," he recalls.
"I sought help from our chief and we have gone for various arbitrations but it has not worked because she refuses to divulge to the administrator what the problem is, insisting we can things over," Omondi says.
The chief, who is a woman, had a long talk with Omondi’s wife and she eventually opened up, insisting that she would not agree to sex until her husband paid the entire bride price.
Omondi complains that although he has been married for a number of years, he can count "My wife is a strange type," he says. "I only enjoy her favours when I have done something that makes her happy," he says with sadness.
The Ingredients of a Valid Marriage.
This is the second part of a short yet comprehensive series which will discuss those matters which are related to marriage. We intend, by the permission of Allah, to address our topics, 1st from a fiqh (legal) perspective and from that point discuss the various topics in a way that makes it relevant for the listener.
The host is Imam Na'eem Abdullah. Imam Naeem is a respected lecturer and teacher in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania areas. Originally from New York City, he embraced al-Islam in 1991.
Imam Na’eem Abdullah is one of the Imams of Masjid al-Mu’min (Pittsburgh, PA). He is the Imam of Nur uz-Zamaan Institute - founded in 2008. He is a devoted father and husband.
Skirmishes and the likelihood of mutually destructive war grew between Enki’s and Enlil’s lineages. Then their darlings fell decided to marry.
“On the Landing Platform [Lebanon], Dumuzi and Inanna their eyes on each other set. Hesitant at first they were, he of Enki’s lineage, she of Enlil an offspring [son’s daughter].”
Enkiite and Enlilite elders hoped that if Dumuzi wed Inanna, the deadly rivalry between their lineages would stop. “Perchance the espousing peace between the linages truly will bring” Enlil to them all did say.” He ordered the Indus Valley developed as a dowry for Inanna and Dumuzi.
Rulers of Nibiru and Earth pampered Inanna, then called Irnini. [later scribes wrote of Inanna as Ishtar, Ashtoreth, Annutitum, Aphrodite, Athena, Anat, Venus, Eshdar, Innin, Ninni, Kali and Shakti]. Nannar fathered her. Her mother, Ningal, bore Inanna and her twin Utu (delivered before Inanna) on Earth, where Inanna’s grandfather, Enlil, rocked her cradle. The twins returned to Nibiru where Anu and his royal wife, Antu raised her. When returned to Earth, Ninmah educated her.
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The value of Marriages in Zambia seems to be escalating by the day and one would argue that marriages have gone commercial.On this weeks Diaspora Voice we discuss the exorbitant costs of dowry, huge kitchen party and Wedding committees primarily formed to make financial contributions towards the event, never mind the fact that people putting in funds may not be known to the bride of groom. Most importantly we will take a step back, share experiences and review essence of marriages and weddings vis a vis their value in a journey through the past, the present and possibly the future for Zambian marriages....
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