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  • Women United

    in Politics

    women stuff

  • 00:46

    Women United

    in Politics

    This episode will discuss the issues related to women and children and the family.  Structural ideaology that hinders women from fully participating in the economy, politics and other decisions in the U.S.

  • 01:32

    Empowering and Inspiring Women Globally- Am I Totally Crazy? Author Sylvia Lee

    in Women

    Changing lives of Women by giving them the necessary tools to become what they want in life. The best teachers come from life.


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    She is a stolen child, abused at home daily, repeatedly paedophiled aged 15, a virgin and having no sex education either at home or in school.

    Am I TOTALLY CRAZY? Is her book

    Sylvia choose to be permanently homeless aged 15 and buzy working to just  pay the rent and eventually becomes as a single Mother. Education failed her, community by default failed Sylvia as well.

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  • 00:29

    I AM XENA: Featuring Cassandra Joffs

    in Women

    Being a General Surgeon has been an empowering journey intellectually and professionally. However, when I was blessed to become a mother, it wasn't enough. I had dependents; I was in a new and vulnerable position. At the park, the grocery store, even the mailbox, I saw myself and my children as targets for a predator. I sought self defense training, ultimately finding the reality based system Commando Krav Maga. Armed with new emotional and physical empowerment, I knew that I had a skill set to protect myself and my children, that we would not be victims. I walked with a sense of purpose, head up and back straight, making eye contact, situationally aware. It felt amazing.

    One night I received a phone call from a friend's daughter. She was 19, had just started college and was home for the weekend. She was sobbing, telling me she had been raped by a boy she was dating. Two things were immediately clear. First, because I was a physician, she was able to talk to me and ask questions about her body and what she should do, knowing I could help her and wouldn't judge or be offended. Second, I had focused solely on my own empowerment and missed the opportunity to lift the women around me. I could share my knowledge and work to empower and prevent.

    Since that night, I have continued my training adding Smart Safe, a program specifically designed for the unique threats women face. I work to share empowerment with every woman in my sphere. I was recently able to teach at a young women's camp planting the seed of empowerment with 200 young women age 12+ & 100 adult leaders, helping these precious young women realize they do not have to be victims. I am actively working to provide more empowerment opportunities here in Las Vegas and anywhere I can.

    You can connect with Cassandra by email: cassandrajoffs@gmail.com 

  • 00:46

    Women United

    in Politics

    We all know that many things are happening in our country that is just wrong.  Most systems are broken and are committing atrocities beyond all of our belief.  What are we going to do about it?

  • 01:30

    Are Women Seeing Their True Worth ? I Am Me Radio

    in Women

    It's about that time! Welcome to the MAISTAGE with #Ibeauty #MissSweetHeat and #Tiff. We are excited about I Am Me University being one year old, and we are happy to have The  QUEEN HERSELF come and join us two weeks in a row. She was apart of our Birthday celebration. So let's sit and chat with the Queen of Self Edteem and Self Care.  Esther Renee Brandon.Unfortunately we are living in a time where women still find it hard to feel good about themselves, so this is going to be just what the Dr ordered. Please tune in Wednesday, March 25th at 8 pm eastern, at 845-241-9898 or listen at www,blogtalkradio.com/IAMMERADIO exclusive on #Iammeradio

  • 00:26

    I AM XENA with Regina Rowley

    in Women

    I Am Xena co-founder, Regina Rowley, shares her recent correlation with survivors Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus. Living in emotional and psychological bondage, limits our ability to see our own strength or potential. Regina shares the research studies showing the importance meditation and yoga have for overcoming anxiety, of all kinds. 



  • I AM XENA: Featuring Benita Ibrahim

    in Women

    Join us as we visit with Benita Ibrahim. Find out why she is part of the I Am Xena community and why you need to know this amazing woman!

    Benita Ibrahim, is an Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker, Leadership Developer and Philanthropist. In the Philanthropy World she is known as “The Comfort Strategist” and has been a small business owner for over twenty years. She is the founder and director of a daycare facility in Texas. She was featured in the fall issue of HOPE Magazine for her leadership and empowerment of women. Benita was also a recipient of the 2014 Women Who Inspire Award from HOPE Magazine for her Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy work in her community. 2013 recipients were Oprah, Michelle Obama, and Hillary Clinton just to name a few. In 2013 she received the Educators Award for her contribution to the education of youth in the community. Benita currently sits on The Board of Directors of The ALC at Northwood University in Cedar Hill, TX. 

    Her life’s passion is to empower women through her philanthropy work and to bring encouragement, healing, and comfort to women on their life’s journey. Her heart’s desire is to use the talents and gifts God has given her as a platform to glorify Him and uplift women all over the world. 

    Benita resides in Texas with her husband. They have 2 sons, 3 daughters, 6 grandchildren, and 2 godchildren. Connect with Benita: www.benitaibrahimsolutions.com


  • 00:29

    I AM XENA: Featuring Jaqwon Jefferson

    in Women

    Join us as special guest, Jaqwon Jefferson of Alpha Gamma Xi Military Sorority and My Diva DeZigns, shares her Xena story. Mrs Jefferson is from Port Gibson, MS but currently resides in Killeen, TX. Like most people in Killeen, it was the military that brought her to Killeen. She served 5 years on active duty in the Army. After her enlistment, she went back to school to pursue her degree in Logistics Management. She then opened her own business, called My Diva DeZigns, which sells women’s shoes and accessories. While searching for a way to give back to military women who have served their country, she came across Alpha Gamma Xi Military Sorority and now serves as the South Regional Director for that organization. Mrs Jefferson is also the Lead Program Advocate for their SWANS Initiative. SWANS, Supporting Women And Nurturing Survivors, Outreach program caters to women who have experienced domestic violence and/or sexual assault. This is an initiative near and dear to her heart because she is a domestic violence survivor.  "No matter what happens on this journey called life; you are beautiful. You are enough. You are amazing. No one and nothing can take that away from you." contact Jaqwon on her web site: www.mydivadezigns.com. "My medicine can be your medicine. Your medicine can be my medicine." Learn more about and support the sorority at www.alphagammaxi.org.


  • 01:44

    Wicce Women Returns to The Airwaves

    in Spirituality

    Wicce Women returns to the airwaves tonight to kick off The Season of The Witch!

    With a new format and co producer, TJK, Wicce Women is back and better than ever!

    NEW! to our show is a 45 minute segment called Wicce News, presented by TJK.

    This segment will feature Pagan/Witchy news from around the globe, followed by an on air discussion with Lady Tara and TJK.

    Call 8052920331 and express your opinion !

    Don't forget to join us in the chatroom !


  • 00:29

    Women, Leadership & Equality!

    in Business

    Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Michelle Bergquist, your host of Women Who Lead, interviews Avery Blank, Business and Women's Advocate, Attorney, Career Coach, Public Speaker, and Author.

    Avery is an advocate for women on issues related to leadership, professional development, and policy. Avery promotes key issues through strategic alliances. She is an entrepreneur at heart, and her path has led her to help other women find the support and opportunities needed to be successful in business!

    The National Association of Women Lawyers recognized Avery for contributions to the advancement of women in society. She has held positions at The White House, Johnson & Johnson, the American Bar Association, and the University of Maryland Center for Health & Homeland Security and works with leaders of industry, academia, government, as well as young professionals and entrepreneurs.

    As the CEO and Co-Founder of Connected Women of Influence, Michelle Bergquist is a passionate advocate for women in business. At Connected Women of Influence, we believe that more women need to lead in business and everything we do is center-focused on designing platforms, programs, connections and collaborative opportunities for b2b women to prosper, succeed and lead the way in business today!