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On our next edition of America's Community Voices Network, we examine gun violence in at risk communities in the City of Tampa that has reached epidemic preportions. On Saturday, April 18, 2015, 12 noon sharp at the Abundant Life Church Parking Lot, 8117 N 13th Street, Sulphur Springs a Community March will occur to raise awareness about the increased gun violence in the Springs threatening the safety and health of children, families and neighborhoods. Our guest is a representative of the Tampa Police Department, Lt. Randy Peters. This event will also provide information about positive resources available to the community. Rally! Eat! Drink! Support.
SIBLING VIOLENCE- WHEN IS IT HORSEPLAY AND WHEN IS IT ABUSE?
A friend once told me that her brother made her sit in a lawn chair while he attached it to a car battery to make an electric chair. What?! Sometimes sibling rivalry isn’t harmless. Sometimes it’s violent abuse that can lead to problems in adulthood for victims.
Two people who work with and have experienced sibling abuse join us to talk about what it is, how it is minimized, and the later implications for victims.
Amy Meyers, PhD, is an assistant professor of Social Work at Molloy College and sees victims of sibling abuse in her clinical practice. She sees the terminology we use when talking about brothers and sisters as one way we overlook sibling abuse.
Nancy Kilgore, MS knows how brother and sister relationships can be traumatic and harmful. Author of Girl in the Water: A Personal Story of Bullying and Sibling Abuse, and The Sourcebook for Working with Battered Women, Nancy works with victims of abuse by sibling.
Both women join us to talk about this little-explored area of interpersonal violence.
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In Luke 10:19 it says, "Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you." This is why individuals should learn how to pray from the victory we already have when Jesus went to the Cross. No Prayer, No Power to command Satan, devils, or demons to cease tormenting you or your familiy. Evil spirits are also the cause of domestic violence
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Hosted by NJ Real Estate SUPER AGENT Mia 'Mimi" Williamson, Author of "BUY SELL HOLD" will help buyers, sellers and investors stay abreast of housing market trends. Mimi gives tips and negotiating tricks to help buyers and sellers alike navigate through this unqiuely challenging real estate climate.
Mia Williamson is a top performer in her local branch office, who has made a name for herself among investors in the state of NJ. She provides workshops for first time home buyers and mentors a group of new agents. She is the founder of 100 Black Women in Real Estate and The NJ 100 - both professional social clubs for real estate agents in NJ.
HOW TO GET THE GOOD LISTINGS: the SUPER AGENT program. This session will help the Realtor understand the dynamics associated with working with AND How to attract SELLERS.
Thea will be talking about the issue on Violence!! Ra'Shin will make you say Ahhh!Ha!!!
What are some of the signs of domestic violence? Are you or someone you know in a violent relationship? What are some ways that you can protect yourself or someone you love? What about teenagers in violent relationships? J'Wan Yvette explores these questions and more on this special edition of Justified Madness. Let's break the silence on dometic violence and help victims become victors. This week's episode includes music by Cheryl "Pepsii" Riley, Eminem feat. Rihanna, Aaliyah and more.
The Mental Health Association in New Jersey has started a service to help address the growing number of opiate addictions in the state. The NJ Connect for Recovery Call Line number is 855-652-3737 (TTY: 877-294-4356). NJ Connect for Recovery is also unique because it is the only call line in New Jersey specifically focused on individuals and families coping with addiction to heroin and prescription painkillers.
This service is a safe, confidential, nonjudgmental place that New Jerseyan may call to connect, grow and transform through a unique combination of supportive counseling services. People calling on behalf of themselves have access to a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Those calling on behalf of a family member or friend are connected to a Peer Specialist who understands the unique and complex effect of addiction on personal relationships.
On our show we will talk with Stephanie Mulfinger, LCSW, Director of Call Center Services and Don Hebert, Volunteer Coordinator for NJ Connect for Recovery, about the urgent need for this line, how it works and how the community can get involved.
Mama T and members of "Mothers March for Peace" expand their public stance against community violence by joining "Human Rights Demand" on a weekly show hosted by Mama T, beginning Monday, May 4, 2015, at 9pmEST. Call-in at (347)857-3293.
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Email Mama T at email@example.com
Background on Mama T, one of the founders of "Mothers March for Peace":
**Took early retirement about 15 years ago from sales & PR
**Community work for 10 years, starting at Baby Jail.
**Community TV producer for about 13 years covering shows dealing with violence and general community issues.
**Mother of three sons
**Killings are distressing, which led her to involvement in the "Stop The Violence Movement" and a phone program.
**Mothers March for Peace is a grassroots effort to network with people in all cities, sharing information as we examine avenues for providing help stop community violence. Ideas include spiritual enhancement, music, theater, etc.
**Mama T has political interests.
Good morning, good morning, GOOD morning!!! Even with all the chaos going on in the world, sometimes we have to claim, good mornings. Today's topic is, STOP THE VIOLENCE. I mean really, when I watched the news yesterday, my spirit became so heavy with grief for all the senseless deaths occuring in this city and around the world, especially the senseless killing of innocent children, is almost too much for me to bear. With that being said, today's show is a plea for God to shine His merciful light on this world, and heal the land, and those in it.
The Waco events mirror the unrest provoked by either drug wars or perceived police brutality. This time the nation sea's the violence is not regulated to African American youths but white bikers whom by the appearance of some that are middle-aged. The message is that violence is the result of a nation that has increasingly sought to remove God from the public square and its institution. The Church must not capitulate and disappear but invoke and deploy in every phase of the social strata as never before
Ever wanted to ask a police officer an anonymous question? Tonight you'll have your chance.
This week on Mafietta Radio, we'll discuss living your dreams and domestic violence with Authoress M. Flack and Jahmar Hill, the Acclaimed Director of "Last Love Lost."
Lastly, we'll wrap up the evening with your questions for Mr. Officer.
Call in tonight at 8pm EST/ 7pm CST - (347) 237-4565
Please continue listening to our extended exploration of the sort of subjectivities that lead to violence....and to reverence...
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