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Tonight, Shannon welcomes three women’s rights activists who have been active in government relations in the Commonwealth of Virginia for decades: Donna Granski, Candy Graham, and Eileen Davis. The four women will have a roundtable discussion about the historical significance of a women’s suffrage rally held on the steps of the Virginia Capitol 100 years ago, as well as the progression of the issues being addressed at that time - many of which are still being heatedly debated.
The women will discuss an upcoming series of events planned to commemorate the centennial anniversary of that women’s rights rally – a joint venture between The American Association of University Women, The League of Women Voters, The National Organization for Women, and Women Matter. Tonight’s show will provide details about the upcoming events and a discussion of the quest for equal rights for women in the United States - especially those relating to the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment.
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Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will talk about equal rights in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King who said "injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." Relativity for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction; karma, what we put out is what we get back. They will show how with all these imbalances on one level exist, and that on a Spirit Level we are all equal; and for those truly Spiritual nothing else matters. Listen as they explain how Union with the Divine will empower an individual to rise above the cycle of death and rebirth to experience true Freedom. Join the Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance to get the light in your soul to experience the benefits of Prana Power.
It was proposed for the first time in 1923 by the suffragist leader and founder of the National Woman's Party, Alice Paul.
The language of her proposed constitutional amendment is beautifully simple.
Section 1: Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.
Section 2: Congress shall have the power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.
It seems simple, obvious and right. It sound like justice. And yet, this constitutional amendment has been one of the most contentious in the history of the United States. It has been repeatedly struck down over the years. Not struck down by men, men's rights activists, or the male owners and proprietors of female-enslaving-sammich-factories (FESM). No, it has been struck down by women who recognized that actual equality under the law would mean, for themselves levelling down to match the rights and obligations of men. Levelling down. But it's time, and the Equal Rights Amendment is an idea whose time has come. Tonight on AVFM Radio, Karen Straughan; (Girl Writes What), Kristina Hansen (The Wooly Bumblebee), and John Hembling (John the Other) will be putting thier weight behind the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the
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If you are interested in learning more about personal rights and freedoms then this is great show to listen to. We will be talking about international laws and domestic laws.
I intend to get into speaking about the coming trouble and why our fundamental rights and freedoms are even more important then ever.
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This segment is Art and Social Justice Issues, a combination some listeners might not be aware of. My goal is to connect you to social justice issues throught art.
On today's show, What is the History of Legal Voting Rights in the United States?, we will be talking about the issues of legal voting rights in the history of the United States.
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Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, J.D. as he discusses battling ex-partners in child custody disputes over vaccines, "standing orders" that authorize healthcare professionals to vaccinate children and adults, Kohl's donations supporting immunization, a study revealing TDaP booster vaccine failure, and more! Email Attorney Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org during the week and listen to your answer live on the air or in the archives. Find vaccine studies at vaccineresearchlibrary.com, and sign up for the Vaccine Rights E-Newsletter at vaccinerights.com/newslettersignup.html, and listen to ad-free archives at the new Vaccine Rights YouTube Channel.***
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Guest will be: Robert Margolin- Animal Rights Activist, Screenwritter, Martial Arts Grandmaster, Fitness and Health Guru
Robert's first real job was working at a Chuck Norris karate studio. Robert's also started writing Martial Arts movies and was in talks to star in one of those movies while training for his fighting debut. Robert was a passenger in a fatal freeway accident that broke his back and left him in a body brace for 2 years. He lost 80 lbs. of lean muscle and at 6 ft. tall Robert was down to 115 lbs. and felt weaker than a newborn kitten. Seven doctors told him he would never be able to do Martial Arts again.
Finally, Robert's family helped to load him into the car and took me to see Franco Columbu. He cut him out of the body brace and together they started rebuilding his back. The first deadlift he did was measured in inches and ounces. Robert eventually worked up to over 400 lbs. Robert did preacher curls with Hulk Hogan, bench presses with Jake (Body By Jake), and Carl Weathers showed his favorite exercises. Robert's healing journey had begun! His Vegan lifestyle has made him healthier and help others to do the same. Robert educating and spreading awareness throughout.. Being a animal rights activists and helping the animals in need and being a voice for the voiceless.
http://www.thenard.org/ The official day in the US that gives a voice to animals, educates the public about their plight, and fights for their equal rights!
On June 5, 2016, the 6th NARD will be commemorated with events in 13 cities: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Colorado Springs, Seattle, New York City, Toronto, Ottawa, and for the first time in Dallas, Nashville, Charleston, DC and Vancouver too! Help us make it happen!
Birmingham, Alabama is considered ground zero in the civil rights movement. In the 1950s, African-Americans of all ages in Birmingham drew a proverbial line in the sand against racial segregation. Their stories, struggles and ultimate success over Jim Crow laws is on display at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in an effort to keep the stories of this dark chapter in American history alive.
Across the street from the Civil Rights Institute is the 16th Street Baptist Church where a 1963 bombing that killed four young girls changed the course of history in Birmingham and America. We will walk through this church that has, today, become a place to unify a community and people from all over the world.
Downtown Birmingham is the home to the Civil Rights Heritage Trail. Kelly Ingrham Park, also known as Freedom Park, was the staging area for many of the demonstrations that took place in Birmingham led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth and others. Today, Freedom Parkt is a sculpture garden that honors those who peacefully demonstrated.
We will revisit our conversation with jazz legend, the late Frank "Doc" Adams. He shared his music and life with us when we met him at the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame just weeks before his passing at the age of 86.
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