SORT BY Relevancy
The true equal is by fostering the unequal from societal perspective. The sure fire way to get it as close to the equal as possible creating a Win-Win scenario. As esoteric as that may sound (read)...I have a point.
There is a way to get it as close as possible without tearing down the good ones to achieve said goal!
Listen to Living Education eFair Housing Today Radio , with host Michel Davis Robinson, Founder and CEO of Forest Of The Rain Productions on May 28, 2014 from 11:00am-12:00pm as she discusses "The Importance of Equal Housing Opportunity and Access to a Qualtiy Education. Ms. Davis Robinson's guest will be Stella Adams.
Stella Adams is a civil rights professional with over 20 years experience with civil rights enforcement. She has worked tirelessly to provide equal access and equal opportunity to all. Her specialties include:Fair Housing Investigations, Fair Lending Investigations, Fair Housing Policy, Fair Lending Policy, Mortgage Fraud Investigations, Analysis of Impediment studies, Foreclosure Prevention/Loss Mitigation, Civil Rights Education and Advocacy.
Stella Adams, is the Founder and CEO of SJ Adams Consulting; a full service civil rights research and consulting firm located in Durham, NC. S J Adams Consulting provides a broad range of services to non-profit community based organizations, government and industry to assist them in meeting their fair housing, fair lending, diversity or environmental justice goals. These services include Fair Housing/Lending audits, Fair Housing Planning, Research, Mystery Shopping, Civil Rights Investigations, Mortgage Fraud Investigations, Compliance Programs, Training Programs, and Independent Assessments.
S J Adams Consulting is dedicated to the creation of equal housing opportunity and equal access to financial services for all citizens regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, familial status, disability or source of income.
The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) has been introduced in Congress every year since 1923. In case you’re counting, that’s 91 years. So, what’s the big deal? Women have equality already. Or do they?
The Oregon Constitution was written in 1857 and ratified in 1859. The state constitution says that “[n]o law shall be passed granting to any citizen or class of citizens privileges, or immunities, which, upon the same terms, shall not equally belong to all citizens.” Aren’t women protected by these words in Article 1, Section 20?
Yes...and no. Because equality is not expressly granted, it is left to case law to decide what is or is not “privileges” or “immunity.” In other words, judges decide based on precedents and rule according to their own interpretation for the situation.
So, what would change if the ERA is passed into law? Join us today as we ask grassroots activist, Leanne Littrell DiLorenzo about www.voteERA.org’s efforts to amend the Oregon Constitution to allow for equal rights for women. What is the three-state strategy? How does the Oregonian effort impact the national movement that still exists for ERA ratification?
LUNCH with LOUDEN - Jeanene Louden and co-host Debilyn Molineaux talk about current events and look for opportunities to bridge political divides, expose corruption and share information not covered in mainstream media.
ObamaCare is a wealth-theft program that forces you to bend over and say "ahh"; Federal bureaucracy gets in the way of complex ongoing relationships that serve civil society, and ends with acts of state-sponsored terrorism; Forget Barack Obama's "equal pay" demagoguery - in the Obamaconomy, just about everyone is worse off (except Democrats, of course); The Left is trampling free speech for the sake of orthodoxy - but is it eating itself in the process?
With there being over 12 million people already in this country illegally, is it fair to open the borders to anyone able to cross it. Who will pick up the cost for their education, temporary housing, healthcare and food. On tonight's segment of Center Stage we will tackle the topic: "Should Crossing the Border Equal Amnesty."
Every one of us has decried a double standard at some point. If you’re kind of perplexed by what we mean when we use that term, think of things like gender roles, for example. What do you think of when you hear that the trash needs taken out? The man, right? What about cooking dinner? Cleaning the house? The woman, right? What about double standard in the workplace when it comes to paying women? There are some much more common double standards that we rarely complain about since we're too busy obliviously believing in them. But you’ve likely come across some double standards that have always driven you nuts! Join us on the FAB Hour as we discuss some double standards that became trending this week.
Tonight is an entirely selfless show where we talk to a few callers about their issues, life problems, situations and whatever they want to talk about, but we also have the time, heart, patience, & maturity to adress real topics such as equality, equal opportunity, demons, & more.
Join myself, Huggy, Matt, & Chris Bunny, as we talk about all of these things and more, hoping you tune in, to hear a bunch of random guys you do not know, talk.
I'm sure it will be a great time = )
This episode of The Authentic Woman's originaly aired on April 7. We are re-broadcasting it this week to pay homage to those who have lost their lives in the fight for women's equality in America - especially in the fight for women's suffrage! And, of course, we would like to remember and thank the men and women in the United States Armed Forces who have died for our collective freedom.
Tonight's show shares the history of the Equal Rights Amendment's lengthy path to ratification. Most Americans are shocked to learn that there is still resistance to the ERA's ratification in 2014. Senator Ben Cardin held a Senate Briefing about the ERA this spring, featuring many longtime women's rights leaders whose speeches are shared in this episode, as well.
Hosted by women's rights leader Shannon Fisher, The Authentic Woman shares Perspectives on the Female Experience in America by delving deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities and community leaders - discovering their personal inspiration and passions. Shannon was named one of the “People of the Year” by Style Magazine for her activism in women’s rights.
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This podcast is owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Thanks to our sponsor Michael Lowndes at www.pmlmedia.com.
Welcome to the Seriouside of the jril show. We will be discussing the following topics this morning:
1st SEGMENT: EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK
The numbers are staggering!! Women only make 77 cents for every dollar that is earned by men. How can the GOP continue not to support the Lillie Ledbetter act?
2ND SEGMENT: ALL OUT ASSAULT ON THE BLACK VOTE
Requiring people to show ID to vote…nothing wrong with that right? It is when the main purpose of the law is to suppress the black vote!! We will discuss.
3RD SEGMENT: REVISITING THE DAVONTAE SANFORD STORY
Four people were gunned down in a suspected drug house in 2007. A 14-year-old, partially blind, learning-disabled boy named Davontae Sanford confessed. But a month later, a convicted hit man told police he was the real murderer. We have an update on this story..
Circuit Judge Chris Piazza said: "Arkansas's marriage laws discriminate against same-sex couples in violation of the Equal Protection Clause ...."
"Although marriage is not expressly identified as a fundamental right in the Constitution, the United States Supreme Court has repeatedly recognized it as such,"
EUREKA SPRINGS — Two women from Fort Smith became the first same-sex couple in Arkansas ever to receive a marriage license.Kristin Seaton, 27, and Jennifer Rambo, 26, got the license at about 10 a.m. Saturday at the Carroll County courthouse in Eureka Springs, which normally issues marriage licenses for four hours every Saturday. Arkansas online
Friday April 11th Nite Talks with Sasha will revisit a show topic that we did back in May 2013! We talked about how Wilcox County in Georgia had separate proms for their one highschool.
This coming Friday will talk about how the students came together to pay for their own prom that was INTERGRATED! We will give more detail and insights on how the studentts facebook page really helped to get the word out about the prom and how many faculty are still against the prom being together! So tune in at 11:30pm est/ 8:30pm pst as discuss Separate but Equal and other hot button race issues on Georgia! Tune in at www.blogtalkradio.com/nitetalkswithsashs or CALL IN at (215)383-3929 to ask questions or give your opinions!
Equality : that state of being the same in quantity or measure or value or status. In law, it means that citizens are given equal opportunities without discrimination of sex, blood, language, social origin or religion.
What if you was discriminated because of your race, beliefs, looks, age, gender etc. How would you feel?
Do you think equal rights should be EQUAL to ALL?
Do you agree/disagree with Gay Marriage?
Join in on the topic of discussion: We ALL deserve EQUAL RIGHTS.....Stop Judging Others! Tuesday Jan. 21st at 10pm Call me at 646-378-1328 & give me your feedback! #RealLifeReality