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PNN News Director Rick Spisak, bring a group of Women Activists together to discuss the pending Legislation called VAWA or Violence Against Women Act, which curiously enough, several Republicans are opposing. PNN welcomes these dynamic guests: Dr. Maureen McKenna Legislative Director of Democratic Women’s Club of Florida will discuss the VAWA History, Journalist and Author Seeta Bejui will discuss Violence against women, Meredith Ockman Vice President of NOW Florida and Lisa
Please join Raina and Patrick as they discuss women's rights, passage of VAWA, music, culture, 2nd amendment, and the passage of legalization of marijuana in some states. The call-in number is 310-982-4273. You can also Skype into the show by clicking the big, blue S during the broadcast. You can also set a reminder for yourself by clicking the link, clicking reminder and set for a time most convenient for you. Time: 10AM PST/NOON CST/1PM EST.
As recently reported by SAVE, and editorialized by Phyllis Schlafly, On February 2, the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) passed out of the Senate Judiciary Committee. That in itself is not remarkable. What is remarkable is that all eight Republicans voted “No” to the current Leahy version of the bill up for consideration. Schlafly was quick to pronounce that this admittedly thunderous moment was an indication that Washington Republicans were &ld
"Leaving Footprint"(So that the children can see what we have been through)The Good, Bad, and small Print of the "Family" Court SystemsThe Parents at "LEAVING FOOTPRINTS" had little to none prior interest in the law or politics. However, as they felt that their RIGHTS of equal shared parenting was being frustrated by the "Family" Courts, many took an interest in family law, including child custody and child support and visitation. Thom Kaufold Aka..Thommy Noodlez President and Founder of "LEAVING FOOTPRINTS" will be leaving his Footprint in this movement.The umbrella of these issues covers Fathers, Mothers, Children, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Step Children, and the list goes on . The pain of Separated FAMILIES dont discriminate We need to come together and become a Family. (One the courts can't Break up)Saturdays At Noon ETListen "LIVE" or as a PodcastCall In 347-857-4216BlogTalkRadio.comAnd on Itunes.http://www.blogtalkradio.com/idiotsinaboxIf you have any questions or comments or if you have a story or a guest request you can email me at Thommynoodlez@gmail.com or call us during the show 347-857-4216. Or Twitter or Facebook me @Thommynoodlezhttps://m.facebook.com/Thomkaufold#!/groups/174014199455758?ref=bookmark&__user=1765041807NOTICE: I am not a lawyer and do I play one on the Radio and I will not and do not give legal advice. I provide information ONLY. I'am teaching others how to be prepared and what to look for from this side of the table in "Family" Court. Therefore, DO NOT rely on any information as legal advice. I m ONLY an expert in the Mistakes I have made. And I have made a LOT.
Are women being used as political footballs Again? BettyJean is opening up the phone lines to women from all sides of the argument. What are they fighting about now? Let's debates both or all sides of this issue among ourselves come up with what we want then tell those we elected to represent us to do the right thing about Violence against women. It is my understanding the intent of this bill is to protect women from violence PERIOD. Established in 1994 with bi-partisan support
The Violence Against Women's Act is up for reauthrorization in congress, but Republicans are objecting to the passing of the Act as it contains certain provosions. The Act authored by then Sen Joe Biden (D-Del) is designed to provide relief for women who are victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and immigration services. Harriet will discuss in detail how she is a beneficiary of the provisions of the
Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas and Rodney Smith with special Guess’: Rhachelle Nicol' and I.S.I.S., The Goddess of Poetry
Our Topic(s) today: “Domestic Violence.” If you have a question, comment or just want to listen, give us a call: (347) 826-9600 Near a computer you can listen in or chat with us here: www.blogtalkradio.com/our-own-voices/2013/10/12/domestic-violence
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Is domestic violence a national health emergency?
NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH, 2013
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BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Since the passage of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) nearly 20 years ago, our Nation's response to domestic violence has greatly improved. What was too often seen as a private matter best hidden behind closed doors is now an established issue of national concern. We have changed our laws, transformed our culture, and improved support services for survivors. We have seen a significant drop in domestic violence homicides and improved training for police, prosecutors, and advocates. Yet we must do more to provide protection and justice for survivors and to prevent violence from occurring. During National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we stand with domestic abuse survivors, celebrate our Nation's progress in combatting these despicable crimes, and resolve to carry on until domestic violence is no more.
Tonight Native Trailblazers welcomes Allison Binney, a Native American Attorney and advocate for the recently house passed Violence Against Women Act. Tonight we will discuss Binney's role in Washington D.C. as an attorney standing strong for Native American rights and justice. We will also talk about the importance of the Violence Against Women Act and the tribal provisions that are a part of this bill. Thanks for joining us for a great show tonight on the award-winning Native Trail
Tonights show will cover more crucial topics in the arena of mispresentations. What are some common but unknown areas that they often rise or are susupected by an Immigration Officer? Of course you should always respond with the truth, but should preparation before the interview be done? What type of preparation should be done? Is a waiver needed every time? What is a material misrepresentation? These will be covered more in Misrepresentation Waivers Part 2.
'Survivors World' talks with Mr. Jack Stoskoph!! He is now a voice for male survivors, but before he was 4 he had already been introduced to the cruelty of sexual abuse.
Mr. Stoskoph is a powerful voice and is speaking publicly more often now as he has journeied through the battle of nightmares, addictions, marriage problems and more. It's not that he has fully recovered, but he is speaking up to bring truth to the issues of Male Survivors.
Men are often laughed at when they try to seek help from old fashioned resources designed to help women and children. In past generations we didn't raise our boys to have emotions or to feel pain; it was all about the strong and silent type. In reality, 21.7% of child rapes are boys under age eleven. Then as they grow more often then not, they become too old for the predetor to rape; instead the beatings and emotional destruction begin. Unfortunately there are not many trained available resources for male survivors. It is by bringing attention and voices to the lost that we can begin to change this. Our laws are in place, the language in VAWA Reauthorization allows for services to include men, but how can we change how society sees these men? Should they seek help? Will they be ostracized or laughed out of the building?
Join in as we talk with this one powerful voice, now coming alive over the blog talk radio networks and joining the Incest Survivors United Voices of America!! We hope you call in with your thoughts or join in the chat room, most importantly we hope you pass it forward. Remember 90% of Male Survivors never speak out or seek help!!
Jan Smith is a family rights activist and lobbyist located in WA State and a graduate from Evergreen State College. Starting in 2006, the state stepped in and took her grandson from the parents and sidestepped relative placement using unethical tactics with court behaviors violating all normal standards in the process. This caused Jan to seek out help while researching the topic of grandparent rights in WA State. After fighting the system for six years and two more grandchildren later, she is now nationally and internationally known with an extensive research background in child protection systems. She expanded her interests and activism into family law after discovering the unfair practices of child support collection along with obscure laws, rules and regulations in VAWA that parallel CPS actions. This is also a personal issue because Jan was an alienated child from one parent due to the adverse actions of her mother. On April 25th, she is staging an international public awareness campaign and protest with the UN and United Nations Association regarding international public policy on the family and will be in NYC UN headquarters for this event.
This week I welcome Alyssa Royse to discuss a variety of issues. From the Good Men Project article that created some controversy to rape culture and various other issues. Also this week will be another snarky look at the headlines of the week, the tweet of the week, and another update from coolminiornot.com. All that and more this week on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk from the left, that's right. Discuss the show here: