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  • 01:27

    PERFECT VICTIM-Carla Norton

    in Entertainment

    Hitchhiking from Eugene, Ore., through northern California in 1977, 20-year-old Colleen Stan thumbed a ride into hell. Her kidnappers a sadistic lumber mill worker, Cameron Hooker, and his battered wife Janice subjected her to seven years of torture and sensory deprivation. She was made a sex slave, kept locked in a wooden box and brainwashed into believing that an underground network of sadists would recapture her if she attempted to escape. Did Colleen fall in love with Cameron and make herself a willing partner in a love triangle, as the Hookers' defense lawyer asserted? The jury found otherwise, convinced by the evidence marshalled by coauthor McGuire, state prosecutor in the case, a trial that journalist Norton attended in 1984. Not for the squeamish, this harrowing tale shuttles between the courtroom and the grisly doings in the Hookers' basement. PERFECT VICTIM-The True Story of "The Girl In The Box" by the D.A. Who Prosecuted Her Captor-Carla Norton

  • 00:59

    Suicide, Scripture, and Victim Blaming

    in Science

    Tonight's show will focus on the societal views of suicide, including the history behind Christianity's view of suicide, how suicide is seen from the perspective of Western Culture, why many oversimplify the causes and ramificiations of suicide, and how victim blaming can actually lead to more suicides. 


    Logicast is a weekly podcast that airs every Thursday night at 9:00 PM EST/8:00 PM CST. 


    You can like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/logicast to receive weekly updates, or follow us on BlogTalkRadio at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/logicast. 


    If you or someone you know suffers from suicidal thoughts, please know that help is available. You can contact the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-273-8255.


    Tonight's show is dedicated to the memory of Scott Sullivan. 

  • 01:00

    Game Over: The Story Behind a Sex Trafficking Victim

    in Women

    Leah was raised in a hostile environment when her mother at the time, was a heavy drug user and regularly physically abused by men in front of her children.  After being awarded to the state, Leah found herself running away on numerous occasions. 


    Leah worked as a prostitute and "Bottom girl" around the United States, mainly California, Scottsdale, Arizona, Washington, D.C and Texas for almost three years, while being beaten brutally by her pimp even after she became pregnant with his son. 


    On May 13th, 2011 Leah was arrested with her pimp, when he was discovered recruiting two under age girls, who were really undercover FBI Agents.  After being tried as a suspect and signing a plea for seven years, Leah was given a second chance to prove her innocent about her involvement with her pimp.  


    After turning her life around for the better, on March 4th, 2015 she shared her story with CBS News titled "A Better Arizona" broadcasted locally on television.  After this airing, Leah began to get anxious about saving other women who were still in that particular lifestyle and created a video for her Facebook channel.  


    Leah's dream has always been to sell high valued real estate, but has dedicated her time to finish the mission to save other women by educating the community, churches, legislature and schools, to prevent this tragedy from happening to their loved ones.  


    .You can find Leah’s book titled: Game Over: The Story Behind A Sex Trafficking Victim on her website www.iamleahrogers.com or Amazon. Follow Leah Roger’s on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook under /iamleahrogers

  • 01:02

    Leaving the Victim Mentality

    in Self Help

    Many of us are caught up in the victim mentality. This could be due to a traumatic childhood or things that occured to us as adults that we had no control of. We were in fact victims to at least something at one point in our lives, but some have been victim to many odds against them. As we grow older, when we have not healed from a lot of these things, we can remain in a victim mentality. We may now be adults or even older in general (for those underage listening), but are still responding to situations as if we have no power or no part to play in where we find ourselves even when we are not a victim. 


    I have remained in the victim mentality for years. I am still growing from it, but I would like to share how it has affected others and myself with my past decisions. Also, to share my growth in everything.


    I just hope that this show will encourage others and even myself to slowly move out of the victim mentality. Yes, sometimes bad things happen to us and we are victims. We do live in a fallen world and God allows things for various reasons. However, we should not remain in a state of helplessness when God is glady willing to help us overcome and grow from our current state.


    Romans 12:21 "Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good."


    Philippians 3:13,14 "Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus."

  • 00:26

    Lynne Forrest: Victim Consciousness on #togetherforNepal

    in Health

    Lynne Forrest is a Reality Guide & Personal Growth Mentor, author of Guiding Principles for Life Beyond Victim Consciousness. She was educated through a life time of studying and observing metaphysical life principles taught to her early in life, and learning how to apply those principles to her own life in positive ways. As a perpetual student of life and consciousness, Lynne has devoted her career to studying with masters of various disciplines. Family dynamics, Jungian principles; dreams and shadow work, psychodrama and energy as well as the laws of manifestation, body oriented practices such as yoga, physical unwinding and qigong are just some of the approaches Lynne applies in her work with others. Through her work with clients, Lynne has developed a unique understanding of how the mind works and ways to liberate it from the throes of what she calls the “victim mind”.


    Today, she will be sharing with us her perspective of Victim Consciousness on behalf of the people in Nepal a fter the April eartquake.


    Hosted by Luciana Stiglich, founder of Inner Healers. 

  • 01:01

    Shattered Lives: Victim Assistance Program

    in Self Help

    Shattered Lives Radio and host, Donna R. Gore, are proud to present yet another valuable resource and information for listeners. An in depth look at victim services will be the topic of the show, relating the expansion of services for victims of crime and violence.


    As Executive Director of Victim Assistance Program, Leanne Graham sees herself as a leader of the “second generation mass,” carrying the tradition of those who pioneered the victims’ rights movement in the 1970’s. Coming from a family with backgrounds in various areas of the criminal justice system, Graham has been exposed to it’s diversity, as well as it’s needs.

  • 00:56

    ClearHeartLife w GodIs ShaniAsantewaa: Dream Community>How to Handle Bullies

    in Self Help

    If we lived in an Intentional Community of like minded individuals along with our family members any of whom may have a variety of bullying, abuse, violence, anti social mental/emotional/spiritual health behaviors...... what preventative actions would you favor? what curative actions would you favor? What system of governing? enforcement?  What things are you moving AWAY from? What would you move toward?  What would you desire for yourself or family member as the agressor? What would you desire for yourself or family member as the victim?  What are current best practices in teh USofA and worldwide, what measures have been taken by societies of the past? Where is the Love & the Wholesomeness?
    Child Abuse, Domestic Violence, Cyber Bullying, Police Brutality, GMOs, Toxins, ChemTails, Predatory Lending, Bernie Madoff, Patriot Act.....

    GodIs Shani Asantewaa Sheryl Strothers is a Civil Engineer (Transportation, Urban Planning, Aviation) MIT '84, Mother of 4 young adults, daughter of an Architect & History Teacher, granddaughter of farmers, herbalists & artists, founder of an organic food coop, athlete, metaphysician, prepper, gardener, survivalist & belly dance instructor. Book her now 215.253.2134.

  • 01:59

    Say It Loud! In Conversation w/ Daphne, Dolla & Haroon: Chicago Sistas Stand!

    in Culture

    Say It Loud! In Conversation w/ Daphne, Dolla & Haroon: Chicago Sistas Stand!


    Tonight on Say It Loud! We will talk about Chicago Sistas Stand for Sandra Bland! 
    Our Sista was made a victim of the consistent violence placed on Black people in the US and around the world! 
    Sandra was not the first, nor the last to be a victim of this racist in-Just-Us system but she was not just an ordinary Sista. Instead she was an Extraordinary Sista who took a stand and gave voice to others who had met the same brutal fate she herself would eventually meet at the hands of the state. 


    Join us as we speak on how we must move as a people to stop the state violence on Black People in the US and world! 


    www.blogtalkradio.com/str8uprealtalk
    or call in to speak to the host 347-677-0917

  • 01:57

    Victim of domestic violence, counselors and Psychotherapist Lanada Williams ITPB

    in Politics Conservative

    Program time: 8AM-10AM EST


    A couple of weeks ago I met Lisa (alias) who just days before received her third and most violent beating from her "loving" husband. While we were talking she made the remark she wished she could get here story out to other women. She wanted other women to know they are not alone. I invited her to join us "In the Pickle Barrel". Lisa accepted the invitation and will be joining us Tuesday. Certified Counselor and Psychotherapist Lanada Williams and representatives of the Pee Dee Coalition (a support group for women and children suffering from violence in the home) will also be "In the Pickle Barrel" with us.


    Join us as we tackle the this very serious topic. Let's see if we can answer questions such as  1) Why to these actions take place? 2) Why do women stay in homes where they experience such events? 3) Where can they find help? 4) How can we stop Child and Domestic Violence? 


    Join in the conversation and ask your questions in the on-line chat room. If you are a victim of Domestic Violence or know someone who is and want to share your story call 855-236-2486 on join us live on air. 

  • 02:13

    Voices of the Cannabis War Episode 4

    in War

    Voices of the Cannabis War showcase the voices of the victims in the cannabis war!  We show the trauma going on with those and those possess, sell or cultivate it . This week's theme is women in prison!  You will hear from Stephanie Landa, Amy Pova, and Andrea Harps about their time in prison!  You don't want to miss what these amazing women have to say!  You will also hear from Craig Cesal who is serving a life sentence and possibly Jason Nelson, a federal plant prisoner from Oregon! Our plant prisoners earn less than 20cents an hour, often moved away from their families, and forced to live with murders and thieves.  Over 50 are serving life sentences and have been in since the 80's.  This show is an effort to remind the world of their sacrifices.  Voices of Cannabis War is hosted by Eugene Fischer and Kristin Flor.  It is presented to you by volunteers.  Regular guests include Craig Cesal (serving life in prison), Stephanie Landa, Mindi Griffiths, Miggy 420 and many more!


     

  • 02:03

    THE BOTTOM LINE EPISODE 47

    in Entertainment

    Episode 47


     


    A Radio Talk show about Love, Sex, Relationships, & Serious Topics no other would dare to touch. Tune Every Sunday from 7-9pm with your host Michelle Kiyoko. Post your questions & your experiences at the following: IG: @thebottomline845; FB: thebottomline845; Twitter: @bottomline845 or you can e-mail us @ thebottomline845@gmail.com!


     


    Today Michael Miles , Hamadi Martin and George Brooks from We The People will be joining me to talk about the murders, the violence and the injustice that is going on. Social media has played a major part of the awareness and has given us a voice that I pray is heard. We will be discussing how to handle situations, what we can do to help our community and how to avoid being a victim. Please call in to voice your opinion, tell your story and give advice. 602-753-1767 More than ever we need to help one another. It's a war out there. Please be careful with every move you make.


     


    Call in during Live hrs @ (602) 753-1767


     


    & Thats The Bottom Line