SORT BY Relevancy
7:00pm to 8:00pm
Topic: Communication which is a major contribuiting factor in healthy relationships. Tune in on how we actually commuincate with each other.
Guest Speaker Dr. Gilmore
8:00pm to 9:00pm
Topic: Missing Persons
Guest Speaker: Volunteer from Texas Equusearch.
The Aftermath of Violence: Trauma & Abuse
Harris County Precint 7 Domestic Violence Deputy Program
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Tonight join CWT4R co-host, Ina, Michelle and Terry and we discuss the STOP and FRISK Project in New York and the VIOLENCE IN CHICAGO. Today more children are being killed, African American and Latino youth are being hand cuffed and their life which is supposed to be just beginning comes to a complete stop. Parents are crying themselves to sleep either because their child is dead or their child is the reason another family will never get to hold theirs ever again. Are we putting our children in situations that mark them for either jail or the grave? Joining us as LeMagie Tapia a volunteer that works in this grassroots effort to educate our youth and keep them safe and alive. LeMagie will talk about how in the Bronx they are teaching young people about their rights when they are profiled, Stopped and Frisked by members of law enforcement. LeMaige is involved in the New York STOP and FRISK Project that guide youth by educating them on when they are stopped by the police to not make a bad situation worst then it has to become by knowing their rights. We will then focus on the center of attention by the media regarding violence, Chicago. Joining us tonight is Dawn Valenti, a Crisis Responder at Chicago’s Citizens for Change and Executive Director of United for a CAUSE. In 2008, United For A Cause (UFAC) was formed an organization aimed at helps women and children that have been victimized by violent crimes. Also welcome Stephanie Brown mother of Darius Brown a 13 year old shot & killed in 2011 while playing an innocent game of basketball on the south side of Chicago. Conversations and crying is being heard all over the country. Tonight a parent will be heard and now we need to LISTEN and people need to become INVOLVED.
For so long is has been silence. NOW, SILENCE IS NOT AN OPTION!
7:00 to 8:00pm
Guest Speaker Sharon Bayus with Innovative Alternatives, Inc.
8:00 to 9:00pm
Guest Speaker Robert Lewis Robinson II with ItTakes a VillageY'all and It Takes a Village Y'all to Find our Missing
This week, "On-Air" Stop The Hate, Stop The Violence. I think that this is a topic that we need to revisit at least one a year, because things are happening all over the world. In our own neighborhoods, towns, cities. Around the world, there is violence everywhere. Not just in certain cites, cities that people often inadvertantly cite as a "problem area". We'll talk about this and see if we can't bring out more awareness about this very disturbing problem in our society. This week. "On-Air".
Whether you are a teacher, youth worker, parent, community educator, or activist, you have most likely been granted access to young people in an institution that itself reflects and may perpetuate certain forms of injustice. You may be charged with focusing on a particular area of youth behavior that adults have identified —or diagnosed—as a problem. Some of the most commonly identified problems include drug abuse, gangs, bullying, family violence, teen-dating violence and sexual assault, sexuality, media impact on youth, and the umbrella term “youth violence.” Any of these issues can serve as a lens to facilitate social-justice education. But if the focus is on fixing young people and returning them, thus fixed, to institutional environments that are oppressive to them without giving them the information and skills they need to work together to address that oppression, then the work would be better labeled “youth management” than “social justice.”
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Tonight's special guest is Zelda Hayes from Florida, survivor, author and Certified Life & Spiritual Coach. A survivor of rape and domestic violence, her ability to counsel others stems from overcoming her own experience. As Zelda says, "It is my desire to help you find the path of freedom regardless of your personal circumstance. From my experience I have learned that I am a co-creator and I have the power to determine what comes into my life. I want to share that lesson with you." Her new book, "Jezebels Last Dance; It's Every Woman's Story," tells the story of Zelda's life, a journey of tragedy to triumph where she learned to live again. Because we are all unique individuals her coaching style is unique to every client. Ms Hayes says, "My coaching style is not text book because life is not textbook. To set you up with a standard style would not be beneficial, I understand that every individual comes to me with a specific character. Therefore, my styles of coaching are based on the individual as well as the circumstance." Clients are also taught communication skills where they can be heard and can hear others. They are taught how to master body language and key words in order to align themselves in a position of power to master their own lives. "As an end result, the client will be able to live life and achieve their goals on their own terms and not the terms of society, Zelda continues, "I am not your everyday life coach."
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SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "For Our Kids" - Deborah Maddison, Tracy Baxter and Kevin Cline will lead the discussion about the Rights of Children and Families in North America in a series of bi-weekly shows dealing with the subject. Deborah and Tracy are Canadian activists and Kevin Cline runs The Child Welfare Reform and Family Support Association in Tacoma, Washington - www.supportthepoorfamily.org. ~~ On this episode, we'll be examining the problems in our Family Court Systems in North America and how this leads to Parental Alienation. We will feature guests Wendy Archer from Watwauga, Texas, Glen Gibellina from Sarasota, Florida, and Trena Thompson from Ontario, Canada. Wendy is a Parental Alienation expert and also a mother who was the inspiration for Joe Sorge's documentary "Divorce Corp" (Joe himself will be a future guest). Glen has a large non-profit in the US which deals with these issues, and is a father who has had this experience, and Trena is coming from the point of view of an adult, who was a child that went through this and is now being inter-generationally targeted as an adult. ~~ Every two weeks a new THEME will be presented in this series, with frequent special guests speaking from their own experience. ~~ Please see our web page at: www.NAASCA.org/ForOurKids or write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tonight's special guest is Jessica Solsona from California, a survivor and talk show host. Jessica started speaking out about what happen to her in 2012 because she was angry and tired of keeping it all in. "It is not easy to do," she says. "I knew I had to do something to stop feeling like I was. With Complex PTSD I began to be depressed all the time I was not happy with how I was. I knew I had something great to show the world! One day I had a conversation with a family member and this person had no idea what happen to me. His comment was to not victimize myself and that all parents make mistakes! I wish then I could tell this person everything. I could not!" Jessica goes on, "Well let me tell you! That moment changed my life! It blew me away and I had this strong urge to fight back! I was done protecting those who hurt me while I was the one who was ill due to not speaking out!" But speaking out wasn't easy, and even caused her some health problems. In her sickness she had to wonder about what she was dong. "I had to make sure if this was the right choice! I thought of what would happen if I did? Would my family get angry? Would I lose them? Would they come and harm me or my family?" But in the end Jessica understood, "The reality was I had no family! I was not protecting the right people! I was not doing myself any favors by keeping this secret, making myself upset everyday. Because all I did was have flashbacks and was thinking of why all the bad happen to me?" She made her decision. "I spoke out! I feel so proud for where I am today! I am no longer that little girl who never had a chance to be heard! I AM FREE!! My message to all of you is to speak out loud and clear! Don't give in!! I am so proud of where you stand today!
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Tonight's special guest is Kym Harmony Tracy from Robinson, Illinois, a survivor and activist and an Inspirational Christian speaker. "For most of my life I've have heard, 'but you seem so normal.' Well, I'm far from normal. As a matter of fact, I call my life a beautiful mess," says Kym. "I have experienced many things from most all forms of [sexual] mental, physical and emotional abuse as well as divorce and dysfunctional relationships." She relates that she was in the second grade when she was first molested in the home of a friendly older grandparent-like couple in her neighborhood. At 9 she was abused by a babysitter she'd come to love. "The most troubling part of this molestation was she got her boyfriend involved, writes Kym. "They would either take turns with me or it would be a 2 on 1 event. I never told due to threats." Later, at 16, she was date raped by her boyfriend, "A rape he told me later he so enjoyed because he stole my virginity." She continues, "Now at nearly 50 years young I can still recall every detail of the experience with each of my monsters." As an adult, Kym was deeply troubled be her experiences, believing she was worthless, and wanting to give up. "And then, just when I thought I could no longer take it, when I felt I couldn't even breathe, God entered my life at just the right time." Kym says, "I believe God had me experience so many different things in my lifetime, so that I could be used as His vessel to help others see that in surrendering to God, and turning our life over to Him. A Beautiful Mess becomes His Beautiful Masterpiece. I'm helping to change lives one day at a time."
Show Topic: Stop the Violence
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Tonight's special guest is Michelle Bless from Louisville, Kentucky, survivor, activist and volunteer with NAASCA. She's the author of the book "Out of Darkness: the Michelle Bless Story" in which a young girl is abused by her family and ostracized for being associated with Satan. Out of the Darkness is her story of redemption. Born in the northeastern United States to parents from the Caribbean, author Michelle Bless was raised in a home of violence and suspicion. Her father beat her mother and siblings but spared Michelle because of her perceived association with Satan. Even so, this did not save her from other abuses: she witnessed incidents of violence, incest and other horrible, unthinkable acts. One hot summer day in 1997, Michelle writes, she "was introduced to the Lord and denounced Satan," thus beginning the process of giving her life to the Lord. After two years of demonic attacks, she was fully delivered and never looked back. Today she lives for the Lord. Ms Bless says her firsthand knowledge of how low a life can plummet to the depths of despair enables her to understand and relate to what others are facing as they struggle to find God in their lives. Michelle is on a mission to bring as many lost souls to God as possible. She often participates as a volunteer and family member at NAASCA, and over time has contributed many appearances as a panelist for the "Stop Child Abuse Now" talk show.
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