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Tonight's special guest is Dr. Pamela Pine, PhD, MPH, founder and CEO of "Stop the Silence: Stop Child Sexual Abuse, Inc.", a non-profit, charitable 501(c)3 organization, with a Mission to expose and stop child sexual abuse and help survivors heal worldwide. Their goals are: 1) to promote healing of victims and survivors; and 2) to celebrate the lives of those healed. Through their work, "Stop The Silence" aims to address the relationships between CSA and the broader issues of overall family and community violence, and violence within and between communities. Their focus underlines the importance of a shift in focus on positive development within our social complexes (e.g., the relationships between men, women, adults and children, cultural groups) to support peaceful - and to hinder violence-prone - relationships. "Stop the Silence" is also known for its annual "Race to Stop the Silence" event held in Washington DC each April and for its partnerships with such organizations as the annual International Violence and Trauma (IVAT) convention in San Diego and "The Lamplighters Movement."
Parents have yelled at their kids, probably since the beginning of time. However, recent evidence shows that yelling at kids doesn't help them, it hurts them. Not only that, many moms and dads are stressed at the end of the day because they've yelled at their kids so much.
Bonnie and Thomas Liotta are committed to a world wide humanitarian movement to heal, unite and empower families and communities by bestowing them with the tools necessary to strengthen our standards, ethics and values while raising the next generation.
Today's guest is Rona Renner, author of "Is That Me Yelling?" A Parent's Guide to Getting Your Kids to Cooperate Without Losing Your Cool. Rona has had meaningful and varied work experiences for over forty five years. She draws upon her experience when consulting with a diverse population of parents, grandparents, teachers, and therapists.
Dr. Brewer talks with Nurse Rona Renner about her book, IS THAT ME
Rona knows that "being a parent is hard work! And when your child
refuses to do even the little things--like picking up their toys,
taking a bath, or getting in the car to go to school--it's easy to
become frustrated. But what if there was a gentle, effective way for
you to improve your kid's behavior without losing your cool or
raising your voice? In Is That Me Yelling? leading authority on
parenting, Rona Renner outlines effective communication strategies
that focus on your child's unique temperament.
**Non-serious artists need not apply**
If you can’t follow the simple rules and regulations below, then you are not that focused!
WHAT IS "COP IT OR STOP IT"?
It’s an invitation to serious unsigned hip-hop artists, in the Detroit area, to put their best songs against our listener's opinions and critiques. Every week we play an unsigned song. That song will be posted on our Facebook page for a whole week. The listeners log on and vote (LIKE) for the artist all week long. All unsigned artists will have a chance to perform at an event of Da D "After Dark"
WHEN IS THE COP IT OR STOP IT SHOW?
Monday Nights on Da D "After Dark" Radio 8pm to 10pm. The hype starts at eight and the song is played at 8:15pmAND 9:15pm. So call all your people and have them call (347) 215-9774 to hype you up. You will have to follow the progress on our Facebook page for the whole week.
WHAT DO I SEND?
Send us ONLY .mp3. Make sure it has your full contact information is included. Make sure it’s quality is up to the standards. In other words, make sure its radio ready. If its not, it gets played and probably STOPPED!
SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY TO:
CoreyMoney313@gmail.com SUBJECT: "COP It or STOP It" ALL TRACKS SUBMITTED WILL BECOME OUR PROPERTY. YOU SHOULD HAVE YOUR WORK COPYRIGHTED AND PUBLISHED. **Although not required!
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Tonight's special guest is Mike Tikkanen from Minnesota, Founder of KARA (Kids at Risk Action) at InvisibleChildren.org. Kids At Risk Action is partnering with Minnesota Public Television to demonstrate why it is in our community's interest to stop the repeated failures throughout our child protection system and make children healthy. Brandon Stahl’s reporting on the tortured death of four year old Eric Dean after 14 ignored reports of child abuse by mandated reporters caused Governor Dayton to remark on the colossal failure of child protection and order a review of Minnesota’s child welfare system. Mike hopes changes will be made to the reporting, recording, and accountability as to how counties manage reports of child abuse and some effort will be made to change the dismal fact that Minnesota screens out 70% of child abuse calls and ranks 47th among the states in providing resources to children in child protection. 29% of children are sent back to the abusive conditions they were rescued from, and the average child is placed in four different foster homes. Mike asks, "Please support KARA’s effort to create the change to reach the tipping point to save children from the toxic homes and dysfunctional lives that hurt our schools, make our streets unsafe, and fill our prisons." Mike is passionate about improving the treatment of abused and neglected children and has formed his non-profit, Kid’s At Risk Action (KARA), to bring public awareness to children’s rights and form action groups to improve public policy towards at-risk children. Contact him at: Mike@Invisiblechildren.org
Join me and my special guest Clinton Patton Sr. On Monday, October 20, 2014 at 8:00 PM CST
For the month of October I have been discussing Domestic Abuse, on this call we will hear from a brother whose sister was abused. Tune in and get more information on how we can help or what we should be doing after the awareness.
We look forward to having you join us. The call in number is 718-508-9987.
God Bless You Much Love Pastor Peters
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Tonight's special guest is John Seryak from Ohio, Board Member of SESAME (Stop Educator Sexual Abuse, Misconduct & Exploitation), the leading national voice for the prevention of sexual exploitation, abuse, and harassment of students by teachers and other school staff. Ending the practice of “passing the trash,” a phenomenon where educators investigated for abuse are able to resign and get a new job at a new school, is SESAME’s top priority for ending abuse in schools. The organization works toward the following goals: increasing public awareness of educator sexual abuse by breaking the silence in a strong and united voice, fostering recovery of survivors through mutual support and access to information, and encouraging survivors of educator sexual abuse to report their offenders to local law enforcement officials and state education department credentialing offices. SESAME also insists on implementation of and adherence to child-centered educator sexual abuse policies, regulations and laws and directs attention to the maintenance of proper boundaries between school staff and students by promoting annual training, the adoption of professional standards and codes of ethics. After 35 years as a teacher John became interested in child abuse and neglect issues from the classroom teacher's perspective. Building on his academic background, he developed the Dear Teacher Project, whose mission statement embraced the need to educate classroom teachers as to the extent, degree and effects of child abuse and neglect on students in the classroom. This work culminated in the publication of Dear Teacher If You Only Knew!
HEY YOU GET OFF MY MOUNTAIN AND STOP BRING ME DOWN, THE CITY IS DOING WELL WHEN YOU SAY IT WAS GOING TO HELL.
HEY YOU GET OFF MY MOUNTAIN AND STOP BRING ME DOWN WHEN YOUR LIFE IS NOT WHERE YOU WANT IT TO BE.
HEY YOU GET OFF MY MOUNTAIN AND STOP BRING ME DOWN, JUST TO GET WHAT I HAVE AND YOU WILL NOT PUT THE WORK IN TO GET YOURS.
HEY YOU GET OFF MY MOUNTAIN THAT AND STOP BRING ME DOWN WHEN I AM TRYING TO BE MY BEST.
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SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "For Our Kids" - Deborah Maddison, and Tracy Baxter, Canadian activists from British Columbia, will welcome Glen Gibellina from Sarasota, Florida, as our US guest host. He has a unique perspective on what really goes on inside our courts and the damage to children and families as a result. The three of them will lead this evening's discussion about the Rights of Children and Families in North America. Tonight we are covering the deliberate malfeasance of the agencies we have in place to protect our children and how badly they are failing them. We're seeing an epidemic of children being physically, sexually and emotionally abused, and sometimes even killed. Tonight's show will include our International Forensic Child Abuse expert, Dean Tong from Tampa, Florida, and Canadian Legal Expert, Jack Hittrich, a lawyer from British Columbia, Canada. US legal expert lawyer Connie Reguli will also join us. Our first guest, Dr. Ruby Dillon from Orange County, California, has been on our show before. Every effort she has made to expose the truth and save her daughter, Lexi, has been met with seriuous judicial corruption. Another guest, here tonight to share her family's absolutely brutal ordeal at the hands of Social Services, is Angel Cook from Rio Vista, Texas. Angel's case is one of the most horrific and heartbreaking stories we've ever heard. ~~ 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 Dr Janet Rosenzweig, MS, PhD, MPA, the national consultant for child sexual abuse prevention for Prevent Child Abuse America. In 2011, she drew on her experiences as a sex educator working with child abuse prevention to write "The Sex-Wise Parent: The Parent's Guide Protecting Your Child, Strengthening Your Family, and Talking to Kids about Sex, Abuse, and Bullying." Based on her experience, academic research and scores of interviews, this book has been hailed as a "breakthrough" full of "sound information and advice -- a must read for parents." Dr Rosenzweig writes, "Abusers count on the fact that kids don't like to speak to their parents about sex, and you don't want that to be true on your family." She says to use the news stories that appear concerning child abuse as an opportunity to teach your kids that people who sexually abuse children put their own pleasure above the pain they cause children. "Remind them that sometimes they dress it up like a friendship or a love relationship to confuse the child (or teen!). Remind them that anyone who wants to be sexual with a young person is selfish at best and a criminal at worse." NAASCA has often posted her shorter works in the "Featured Articles" and / or "News of the Week" sections of our web site. Dr Rosenzweig has been presenting workshops to parent and professional groups promoting the ideal that parents must be the primary sex educators of their children, learning how to support their overall sexual health and safety in the home, school and community.
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Wearing a Blue Ribbon is the symbol of Child Abuse Awareness! Millions of abuse victims (men and women) hide the story of their experience well into adulthood. A huge number continue to suffer from pain, anger, fear, shame and embarrassment for decades. Most will agree their traumas have resulted in an inability to trust, make good decisions and have healthy relationships. But giving up the secret is often how recovery begins, one survivor talking to another. Join Bill Murray and his co-hosts, panelists and guests, many of them abuse survivors, others supporters and friends, for an informed discussion of the many important issues that surround child abuse. Anonymous calls and chat room participation are encouraged. ~~ Please see our web site at: www.NAASCA.org
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