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Our program, Live from the innocence conference has been cancelled, We presen instead a musical tribute Southern Prison Blues recorded at the Louisiana State Penitentiary
Have you ever wondered what it's like to minister in a prison? Have you ever wondered what it's like as a woman in prison? Have you wanted to volunteer and afraid to do it? Do you want to have compassion and love on prisoners? Well, this show will help you to have a better understanding of the prison ministry and how you can do so much just by your presence, love, and prayers. Chaplain Walker is a mighty woman of God and she will be happy to answer any calls with questions or comments.
Iris and Priya return for another candid conversation about women entering the wisdom years of 60! Join us for another engaging conversation about things we often do not really talk about in public, at least honestly and openly. Todays episode is about "happy to be single". So many of us women are single in our midlife. In a culture that is fixated on being in relationship as the only path to fulfillment for a woman, being single can be a real challenge. The big one is being alright with being single in the face of all of the negative conditioning that we have grown up with that tells us that we are not ok if we are not together with someone aka "Married". Once we get over that big hurdle and settle into ourselves then there are the questions of how to get our social, sexual and intimacy needs met. It takes a village of the sisterhood to break through the viels that keep us isolated, alone and in despair about our being single. Let's move through it together so that we can celebrate our lives as sovereign women loving oursleves and eachother!
AFTER PRISON: WHO’S THERE TO HELP?
The United States incarcerates more of its citizens than any other nation, with a jail and prison population that increased from 200,000 to a staggering 2.3 million in the past 40 years. But what happens to all those people after they serve their time and go back into their communities? Not surprisingly, the barriers to living after incarceration are staggering. They face employment discrimination, denial of public benefits and food stamps for their families, exclusion from housing, and let’s not forget that even voting rights are taken away for some.
So what do we do to help make sure these folks don’t return to crime and are able to build their lives?
An organization called “Root and Rebound” in California is helping former prisoners with social support, legal services, education, training, advocacy and litigation.
Our guests this week are Katherine Katcher, founder and executive director of the program, who earned her law degree from UC Berkeley, and Sonja Tonnesen, deputy director at Root & Rebound. These women will join us to talk about the problems and social issues surrounding those released from prison and share some of their successes and ideas for helping the formerly incarcerated rejoin society.
The radio show "What Black Women Really Think" covers an array of social issues and current events. Tune in each Sunday as an intimate group of African-American women discuss issues such as interracial dating, how to start your own business,infidelity,as well as the effects of racism and classism on society. Poetry and news stories are included to further communicate thoughts and feelings with the listeners. This broadcast is also interactive, so the listeners are invited to actively participate!
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Michelle Bergquist, your host of Women Who Lead interviews Navrina Singh with Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. We’ll be asking Navrina about the initiatives Qualcomm champions internally for women to advance in the workplace. Qualcomm was awarded the Champion of Women Award for the 2015 Women of Influence Awards.
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!
WHAT’S GOING ON IN THE WORLD OF WOMEN?
No one is better attuned to the situation of women in countries throughout the world than Rita Henley Jensen, founder and editor in chief of Women’s e-News, one of the most comprehensive and well-written publications covering women’s issues globally. So if we want to get up-to-the-minute information about what’s happening, she is the one to talk with, and we are delighted to have Rita join us Saturday as we discuss the latest in women’s rights in general and specifically a growing phenomenon of the immigration of care givers, specifically mothers; what is becoming a universal challenge to abortion rights; and even the fuss in France over super thin models.
Tune in Saturday at 11 am Pacific time to hear what she has to say and to ask questions about the problems for women in the world and what some people are doing about it.
Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.
And if you miss the live program, you can go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as we turn the tables upside down for our Serving Up Diversity show, as Michelle Bergquist, host of Women Who Lead will interview Cecile Bereal, President & CEO of RMA Management Alliance, Inc.
Cecile was selected as one of our finalists for the Women of Influence Awards under the category of Women Breaking Barriers. We'll be asking Cecile about her professional journey and how she has broken barriers throughout her business and career to lead the way in business!
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!
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Welcome to Women In Solutions! My name is Suzanne Marie and I am the host here. For years I have wanted to help other women with whatever issues that they are having in their lives because there were and still are times in my life where I had problems and could not find solutions. I struggled alot in the past with addiction of all kinds, sick relationships that were unhealthy and violent, running this way, running that way - never knowing who to turn to who I could trust, hitting brick walls, I believe that all of my issues have ceom from my childhood. I believe we bring into our adulthood all the garbage that is still hanging onto us. It is time to bring about a solution now! And, that is why I have created this radio show - just for that - for all women out there who would like to share their stories here and then working together to find solutions to help us find a better way of life - a life filled with peace, happiness some balance instead of the chaos that has surrounded so many of us in our lives. I invited you to call in and share - you are able to remain anonymous if you so chose, this is a safe haven, a place of refreshment and upliftment! It is hopefully a place to heal and become your true authentic self!
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Taylor Evan Fulks is a native Texan transplanted years ago to southern Ohio, on the banks of the Ohio River. She is a wife, a mother of two "almost grown" daughters, and does open heart surgery to help pay the bills. Always an avid story-teller, Taylor decided to put her pad and pen where her mouth is. "My Prison Without Bars" is her debut novel. Her writing genre of choice is mystery/romance. Even though her debut novel doesn't fall into that category, she felt compelled to start with this one, find peace, and put it on the shelf.