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Join us on Love N Relationship with host DeVonna Glover, as she and her guests talk about the sensitive subject, “The Male Athlete & Sexual Assaults.” Topics of discussion include: Are male athlete’s targets for sexual assault cases?
Is our society grooming young ladies to become groupies?
Is sexual assault viewed differently by men and women?
Our featured guests are: Keith Brookshire, who is the head football coach for Harlan High School and has coached at Morgan Park High School in Chicago for 15 years. Keith holds a BS degree and a Master’s in Education.
DeVonna will also be joined by Jamie Leonard MED. LPC-S who is a graduate from The University of Houston. Jamie received practicum experience at University of Houston Counseling Center. After graduate school, Jamie continued her training in domestic violence and sexual assaults.
As we wrap up Sexual Assault Prevention month, I can't help but to notice, that each week, there are still incidents. Are the trainings, roving watches, talks at quarters, etc putting a dent in Sexual assaults in the Navy? Share your ideas on what we can do to get sexual assaults in the Navy down to ZERO!
Wombanist Views is delighted to feature Wagatwe Wanjuki, a feminist and activist, and outspoken rape survivor who works tirelessly to raise awareness and facilitate discussions about sexual violence, as well as gender and social justice issues.
She joins us on Wombanist Views to speak about these issues, as well as the lingering stigmatization and blaming of victims sexual assault, the epidemic of rape on college campuses, as well as universities unwillingness to properly investigate these assaults, and more.
Wombanist Views, created, produced, and co-hosted by Cherise Charleswell, is dedicated to broadcasting the voices of women who are doing positive and exciting things in their communities around-the-globe.
In this episode, we review the 2014 private security officer death report, injuries and workplace violence
While deaths have decreased about 15-18% over the past three years, injuries, especially involving gunshots and stabbings, armed confrontations and assaults continue to dramatically increase.
We'll also be talking about the most dangerous types of assignments, the top 10 states where most injuries and deaths occurred and review some of the reasons why these things keep happening.
We'll also look at some upcoming shows, a new resource on POI member services and beneifts and the expansion of Armour College.
There's no doubt that the 400-year-old---(and counting), atrocities committed against African-Americans remains the foundation and living catalysts of the Black diaspora. Past generations and their descendants disagree about what is to blame for the state of Black America, and the disputes vary by angle of viewpoint, experience and where both personal and collective responsibility apply to the problem. Undoubtedly, existing in a "free world" as a Black person seems to be a myth that exists only on paper, if the escalatig and out-of-control political, judicial and social news incidents are any indication. But, through the thick wall of blockades, sabotage, hatred, and assaults...are there aspects to our current state that can be attributed to personal accountability? Join in tonight at 11 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
The National Violence Against Women Survey conducted in 1997 found that 1 in 6 women and 1 in 33 men in the United States had experienced an attempted or complete rape as a child and/or as
an adult. These fisgures were arrived at with a definition of rape that includes forced vaginal, oral, and anal sex. Other studies range from 10 to 15 percent of men and 15 to 33 percent of women in this country. In 2002, 3 out of 5 sexual assault victims stated the offender was an intimate partner, a relative, a friend, or an acquaintance.
This broadcast deals mainly with adult males as perps and women or children as their victims. Adult males get raped too women are capable of some of the worst sexual and physical abuse imaginable on their own children. The majority of assaults are perpetrated on children and females under 25 years of age and from every segment of society. About 103,000 children are reported as having been sexually abused in our country out of 903,000 child maltreatment cases. The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services estimates the true figure to be closer to between 250,000 and 350,000. Roughly 1 in 12 children surveyed indicated they had been sexually victimized in
one study year alone! Statistics in nations of Asia, Africa, and Latin America are equally grim or worse with children being sold as child prostitutes or indentured servants.
Congratulations!!! The moment you and your parents have been planning and waiting for: College! But, and yes there is a big but. Parents are we really preparing our children for real college campus life and the many pitfalls they may face and have to overcome? Campus life is about so much more than sororities, fraternities, parties and meeting new people from all over the world. There are very serious and often dangerous issues facing new college students and because no one is having those conversations, they walk in with their eyes wide shut.
On this show, we will zero in on some of those pitfalls from campus assaults to tragic hazing to see just how much parents really know and how aware they are making their new college bound students!
Please feel free to call in with your comments, questions, thoughts and let's get involved in this most serious topic!!!
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Tonight's special guest is Tamra Gregory from Littleton, Colorado, a child abuse survivor, parent and activist who we met recently through NAASCA family member Feather Berkower, also from Colorado. Now middle aged, Tamra was a victim of sexual assaults occurred between the ages of 8 and 12, by family members and a swimming instructor. She reports, "I have been in and out of therapy both individual and group beginning in my 20's through my 40's. In retrospect, a very difficult divorce, my 2nd, was a pivotal event in my healing. The pain of this divorce dislodged me from the anger stage of grief. I think I had been stuck there for 40 plus years." She began telling her story to close friends. While was working on her MPA and enrolled in an emotional intelligence course, Tamra was required to write a bio. It was another opportunity to share her story (with 26 other people) and reap the support that occurs when one takes the risk to be vulnerable and authentic. "I have never confronted my abusers," she says, "but I have shared my story with other family members and although they have expressed sympathy for me, none have really taken a stance in opposition of them." Tamra goes on, "Needless to say, I do not engage with any of them now. The sad part for me is missing all of the family gatherings and missing seeing my extended family." A firm believer in Feather Berkower's work, her Parenting Safe Children web site and her book "Off Limits: A Parent's Guide to Keeping Kids Safe from Sexual Abuse," Tamra is busy giving back. "I spend my personal time volunteering with groups that provide mentor-ship and support for kids in the foster care system."
Hear perspectives from Foundation for Moral Law's Colonel John Eidsmoe on the latest assaults to the rights of freedom loving American. Joining him is Pastor Alan Stewart who was asked by Sale Creek Middle and High School, a local school, to speak at their 9/11 Tribute last year. He diligently prepared a speech and delivered it on September 11. You can read it by clicking Address for Sale Creek Middle and High School. A couple of weeks later, one of the Department of Education’s attorneys received a letter from the National Freedom From Religion Foundation. Hear their discussion on this and other things affecting the soul of Americans today (including a bit on the education system's Common Core).
Wednesday December 3, 2014 at 6:30pm EST we will be discussing various missing persons cases from Jaimee Mendez, Chelsea Bruck, Holly Bobo, Heather Elvis, Brittanee Drexel and more. If you have information on a case or would like to comment on a case please join us and call in.
We will also be discussing BIll Cosby and the latest scandals regarding sexual assaults.
Linda Crystal, Forensic Astrologist, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Numerologist, Radio & TV Personality working on Missing Persons, Doing Charts & Parties For over 30 years. Psychic Fair Promoter, BA Forensic Psychology From State University of New York, www.lindacrystal.com Over 185 Artices Published on Yahoo Voices, Author of 2 Books: "Who Killed Mandy?" and "Mary Broad" (Reincarnation. Producer of Calendars, Tapes, all artwork and production.
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