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VIOLENCE IN MARGINALIZED POPULATIONS
Sometimes when we talk about domestic violence, we assume it means abuse between a man and a woman who are in an intimate relationship. That’s certainly a big part of domestic violence, but it doesn’t stop there. Violence can and does, also happen in relationships between same gendered couples, and what is often called the “Marginalized Populations.” Since intimate partner violence is about power and control over another, any relationship is susceptible, and can suffer from abuse.
Saturday, Dawn Monet shares the facts, the insights and the realities of abuse. Dawn is a community advocate for the NW Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse, and has been involved with this work for 15 years. She is a graduate with honors from UCSB, with a special interest in art therapy, and was awarded “Special Merit” University Service Award. Be with us Saturday to learn more about the less talked about victims of domestic violence.
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I riff briefly on the so called supreme, so called court's decision on buying elections.
Instead of just complaining abou it, considering that we know it was going to happen anyway, I submit what I honestly think is a logical fight against it.
Then we go into our freethought conversation with Phoenie Loco.
After that I riff about my idea for an episode on respectablility politics aimed directly at women.
Too many sales organizations are very good at a game no longer being played. They have perfected the ability to consistently hit the target, but the target has changed. The Internet has essentially marginalized and neutralized their traditional value proposition.
In this interview with Rick Farrell, president of Tangent KNowledge Systems, learn how to differentiate yourself, create brand equity, and truly understand if your customer has a motivating reason to buy.
CONNECT! Online Radio for Professional Sellers strives to bring you guests each week with the expertise to help you cut out continuances, put an end to pending, and stop stalling out. To have your questions answered live on air, contact show host Deb Calvert before the broadcast via email at email@example.com. You can also call in live with questions, or use the broadcast's chat feature. After the show, download this and all our past episodes on iTunes at Connect1.
Today on the Willie Lawson Show
Elizabeth Blackney is an author and advocate. A media and communications strategist, she develops campaigns designed to persuade and inspire action. Her expertise includes a strong focus on maternal and child health, strategic diplomacy and other efforts to prevent war crimes, particularly forcible rape, Female Genital Mutilation, forced marriage and the deprivation of religious equality. Her presence on traditional and social media includes a regular column on The Huffington Post and at Ricochet. She has written for numerous NGO and advocacy organizations, and speaks to schools, universities, and conferences on building awareness and influencing core constituencies. Blackney is writing her memoir, which will explore her experiences and coverage of rape, genocide, equality, global health and spirituality. She is a mother, Gold Star Wife, and completed two forty day hunger strikes to bring attention to the sexual and gender based violence in Congo, and the marginalized people of Sudan and South Sudan. Her first book, Sex, Lies and Politricks is available on Amazon. Follow her on Twitter @MediaLizzy.
Today on the Willie Lawson Show my friend Elizabeth Blackney will be my guest. Topics will range from the 2014 November elections to famine in Africa. We will talk about her work with the Huffington Post. We will play the word association game sure to send you over the edge!
AND... Our super super special friend Cherylyn Harley will also join us.Truly a power-packed hour!
Battle at the ballot box: your civil right and civic duty to vote.
In Hong Kong there are tens of thousands of protesters in the streets because their vote has been marginalized by state selection of candidates. Meanwhile, back in the US, citizens are fighting to exercise their civil right and civic duty to vote.
In North Carolina there is much to celebrate after a federal court of appeals blocked at least part of the voter suppression law in that state.
Reverend Barber from the NAACP Moral Monday Movement spoke to the laws and to a voter misinformation mailer put out by The American Prosperity Foundation, funded primarily by the Koch’s on All In with Chris Hayes yesterday. Your can watch the segment here.
Today is October 2nd, and election day is November 4th, so in every state in the union it is not too late to register to vote. If you wonder what the registration dates are in your state, click here
On today’s Lunch with Louden we will discuss the challenge of voting in America, and hope you will call in to discuss your state’s efforts to empower or suppress the vote.
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. They also take the lead in keeping Coffee Parrty members and followers in the loop.
"You see man made the cars
To take us over the road
Man made the train
To carry the heavy load
Man made the electric light
To take us out of the dark
Man made the boat for the water
Like Noah made the ark"
- James Brown, "It's a Man's World"
Well, so what? Is this really a man's world? Is there something inherently unique about masculinity which promotes innovation in science, technology, and commerce or was it because the "other gender" was strategically excluded from such opportunities? Is there a gender specific role for men in society, and if so, who determines this? Are men now truthfully experiencing a systemic institutionalized marginalization or is this charge of marginalization pointless bellyaching as society moves towards gender equality?
The Yardie Skeptics will be continuing their month long examination of masculinity this Sunday, June 8th at 12:30pm EDT (11:30am Jamaica time) as we ask the question, is it a man's world? Tune in and be a part of this timely and relevant discussion!
To listen to this episode live, or catch the archived version afterwards, simply click the link below. Call in via the guest number or via Skype (free of charge) or log into the live chatroom to ask questions and post comments.
Yardie Skeptics Radio
"The home of the ackee of rationality and the saltfish of skepticism"?
CWT4R again this week will revisit a series that is geared toward the masculine identified lesbian with returning guest Kofi Adoma and the Jerry Palmer Group of Detroit. The conversation will again explore Identity and labels with a twist of social justice movement within the MIL community.The mission of the Jerry Palmer Group is to combine the talents of self-identified masculine lesbians into a cohesive effort to give validation, support and resources to MILs of all ages in the Detroit metropolitan area, as well as across the country where such support is needed. This grassroots self-reliant group specializes in educating the public about the social and cultural experiences of African American MILs and others of color because this is a population often neglected, stigmatized, and rarely highlighted in national discussions about the LGBT community. Since this is a self-help peer support organization, MILs serve as leaders in proactively managing the programs of this collective group. The JPG strives to collaborate and partner with similar groups such as Brooklyn Boihood, Brown Boi Project, Unity Fellowship Church Movement MIL Ministry, and Butch Voices to encourage participation in the intersected social justice movements where women of color are marginalized and disempowered.The show will feature three of the leadership cadre members, Elder Atiba Cohen-the elder of the group, Dr. Kofi Adoma (pronounced doe-MAH)- founding member, and Kunto Mawusi-the youngest in the group. Their aim is to share with you the purpose of the Jerry Palmer Group and how it was founded, the specific goals and target areas, who all is involved, and the importance of having a group like this exist in Detroit and elsewhere. The focus of the conversation will be on empowerment and visibility of MILs of color and ways to rally up their talents and skills to be of service to their communities, to each other, and to themselves.
Please join us in welcoming Kelly Arora to Mental Health News Radio. Our topic of discussion is Spiritually Integrated Therapy. We also asked Kelly to provide us with some additional information for our blog readers about her work, her role with the Samaritan Institute, and how she is working to broaden the reach of the Samaritan Institute. Enjoy the full blog article here.
What is spiritually integrated therapy?
Why has the spiritual dimension been marginalized in psychotherapy?
Tell us about Samaritan Institute’s new Spiritually Integrated Therapy training.
What prompted your interest in the connection between health and spirituality?
How do you define spirituality?
How can spirituality help a person with a mental illness?
When is it appropriate for behavioral health care providers to ask or counsel patients about spirituality?
Listen in and enjoy the blog article on mentalhealthnewsradio.com.
SiGn o tHe TiMeS w Queen Tahiyrah FriDay/Night OPEN MIKE
Join me & Suga Ray, this Friday evening at 6pm EST to discuss the work being done on the ground in NYC.
Learn about the National People's Power Campaign being organized to empower all people from, and in, the poorest, most marginalized and neglected communities throughout the U.S. Learn what you can do and how you can organize in your city/community to empower yourself, your family and your community as a whole.
Call in and tell us what you know good??? Let us know....... What's Going On?
Friday's LIVE!!!! Call in 424-222-5250 from 6:00pmEST to 8:00pmEST
Special Guest: Charlene A. Carruthers, national coordinator of the Black Youth Project 100 (BYP100)
Charlene A. Carruthers is the national coordinator of the Black Youth Project 100 (BYP100), an activist member-led organization of Black 18-35 year olds dedicated to creating justice and freedom for all Black people. Charlene is a political organizer and writer with over 10 years of experience in racial justice, feminist and youth leadership development movement work.
Her passion for developing young leaders to build capacity within marginalized communities has led her to work on immigrant rights, economic justice and civil rights campaigns nationwide. She has led grassroots and digital strategy campaigns for national progressive organizations including the Center for Community Change, the Women’s Media Center, ColorOfChange.org and National People’s Action.
Charlene is deeply committed to working with young organizers seeking to create a better world. She has facilitated and developed political trainings for organizations including the NAACP, the Center for Progressive Leadership, the New Organizing Institute, MoveOn.org, Young People For and Wellstone Action.
Charlene earned a B.A. in History & International Studies from Illinois Wesleyan University and a Master of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. Charlene was born and raised on South Side of Chicago where she currently resides.
Anna DeShawn & the QCrew (Queer Crew) bring authentically-edgy conversation on current topics affecting queer people of color around the country. They bring dynamic guests, engaging conversation, and the hottest independent music. You can tune-in every Thursday at 9p.m. CT/ 7pm PT/ 10pm ET.
So far in 2014 we (Black Americans) have seen it all. Black men beat, shot and killed by law enforcement that has already made the mental note all blacks are dangerous and not to be trusted; with our without a weapon. As American turns its focus to Ferguson, Mo, and the President Obama releases an official statement, it troubles us this kind of gangland killing still goes on in America and nobody seems to be able to fix what is happening. don't be fooled by Eric Holder's and the Justice Department talking about "an investigation." This is nothing more than a "white-wash" to settle the nerves of the mainstream and has nothing to do with justice for the marginalized black body.
Tune in Wednesday, (August 13) at 8:30 p.m. to The Ron and Don Show as we take you on a historical journey of the black body and how the evolution Jim Crow still murders black men and women sometimes without weapons.
We will also update you on International, National and Local (Minnesota) news.
The phone lines will be open.