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Thursday Carla Wynn Hall will be speaking with Makia Baker, Valerie Gregory, and Sharon Tam, three co-authors who have survived domestic violence and write their stories in Empowered Women of Social Media.
Sharon Tam is a healthcare professional who loves to learn from manufacturing and testing biopharmaceutical drugs to clinical practice, therapy, healing, health, and wellness...more
Valerie Gregory, AKA “The Warrior”
Valerie is a single mom who works for one of the top investment firms in the country. She is a loving mother to a beautiful little girl. She is also a domestic violence survivor. She is now using her voice to speak out against this horrific epidemic. In sharing her story, she hopes that it will give others courage to break their silence...more
Today I am an independent consultant for Jamberry Nails which has given me the opportunity to polish my sales skills. People skills are easy for me because I was able to develop them after years of being in abusive relationships. My friends say I am dependable and kind. I love my family and would do anything in the world for them. This is my first writing experience and I am totally loving it...more
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Join Mama Shirley as she live streams The Full Frame Initiative webinar event entitled: Success For Domestic Violence Survivors
The Full Frame Initiative (FFI) is a national nonprofit organization that works to break cycles of poverty and violence through systems change. FFI has discovered the common DNA among the organizations that effectively serve people with multiple challenges — lasting change occurs when people are supported in the full frame of their lives - See more at: http://fullframeinitiative.org/
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Join me Laticia Nicole and Special Guest Co-Host Robin Devonish Scott as we ?#Speaklife? to Domestic Violence & Cancer Survivors with Chandra Alston Southern
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October 2, 2014
Domestic Violence from athletes to Judges from all walks of life comes violece againist men and women.
Verbal - Sexual - Physical Abuse
Man Up Pledge: The pledge says "I pledge never to commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women. I pledge to learn about how I can help to end violence and discrimination against women and girls and to work towards creating a community where all people are valued and safe.
On one hand, domestic violence committed by intimate partners — current or former spouses, boyfriends or girlfriends — has declined by more than 60 percent since the mid-1990s, according to Justice Department figures.
Yet the dramatic decrease from 1995 through 2004 has largely stalled, with the numbers stabilizing at a level that appalls people in the prevention field. The latest federal figures for "serious" intimate partner violence — sexual assault or aggravated physical assault — showed 360,820 such incidents in 2013, or roughly 1,000 per day.
October is the month supposedly set aside for Domestic Violence Awareness. However, it is also Breast Cancer Awareness and the issue of Domestic Abuse and Domestic Violence is overshadowed.
It is very important that we push to keep domestic violence on the plate of medias through whatever means are available to you. It is an epidemic and seriously out control and destroying families and relationships.
Join us as we share information regarding what you can do this month to support advocates who are against domestic violence and fighting to make sure that it is kept on the front and not the back burner.
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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Bully Awareness Month. Join us with Robin Graham who is the CEO of Spotlight on Recovery magazine. "Spotlight On Recovery" is an outreach and resource magazine geared towards individuals
affected directly or indirectly by overwhelming issues like domestic violence. The previous articles that were highlighted in "Spotlight On Recovery" have included topics such as: accessible testing for those children whom have been affected by dyslexia in the public school system, Women in Prison, Legalizing Marijuana, coverage of the recipients of the Edison O. Jackson Single Father’s Foundation Scholarship, “Lost Glory”, the Disappearance of the Two Parent Household, Family Planning, Adult Illiteracy, Youth Awareness, Support and Recovery, a column for fathers dealing with “Baby Mama Drama” and a host of talented poets who will stir your heart and soul.
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Domestic violence continues to be an issue in society. This week we have two special guests that will discuss domestic violence and provide resources for victims of domestic violence.
Ms. Bevelyn Mitchell, She has worked in the field of Social Work for the past 16 years. Much of her work has been done in Horry, Georgetown and Williamsburg counties. She believes that God has given her the compassion to relate to those who are hurting. This also allows her to educate the community, local hospitals, law enforcement, educators and anyone who listen. Rape is forced, unwanted sexual intercourse. Rape, sometimes also called sexual assault, can happen to both men and women of any age.
Dr. Beverly Boone, is a native of Troy, North Carolina. If you look at a map of North Carolina, you will see that Troy (Montgomery County) sits in the middle of the state. My interest in writing and reading inspired me to earn a B.S. degree in Secondary English Education at North Carolina A & T State University, Greensboro, NC. After a long career as a high school English teacher, I continued my education at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; earning two degrees - a Master’s of Education in Educational Leadership and Administration and a Ph.D. in Educational Research and Policy Analysis.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and AV addresses the matter as we discuss the culture of domestic abuse in organized sports, entertainment and mainstream American life, why it remains prevalent and acceptable in our society and what can be done to stem this dangerous and deadly time.
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Our focus for this broadcast is to bring awareness to Domestic Violence.
Statistics for Domestic Violence:
Every 9 seconds in the US a woman is assaulted or beaten. Around the world, at least one in every three women has been beaten, coerced into sex or otherwise abused during her lifetime. Most often, the abuser is a member of her own family.
Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women—more than car accidents, muggings, and rapes combined.
Studies suggest that up to 10 million children witness some form of domestic violence annually. Nearly 1 in 5 teenage girls who have been in a relationship said a boyfriend threatened violence or self-harm if presented with a breakup.
Everyday in the US, more than three women are murdered by their husbands or boyfriends. Ninety-two percent of women surveyed listed reducing domestic violence and sexual assault as their top concern.
Based on reports from 10 countries, between 55 percent and 95 percent of women who had been physically abused by their partners had never contacted non-governmental organizations, shelters, or the police for help.
The costs of intimate partner violence in the US alone exceed $5.8 billion per year: $4.1 billion are for direct medical and health care services, while productivity losses account for nearly $1.8 billion.
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