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Really, if 7th Heaven's Rev. Eric Camden can be a child molester, is nothing sacred? Well, no. Not when it comes to the abuse of children.
In light of the recent allegations and investigations into actor Stephen Collins (TV's Rev. Camden) for molesting children, it's time to take another look at just who molesters are, how they operate, hot to recognize them, and how to help kids be safe. We also need to reexamine what we can do about this terrible problem. Did you know a 2004 U.S. Department of Education report said nearly 10 % of students have sexual contact with school employees before they graduate? That report also stated that abuse happens when no one is paying attention to the issue.
So let's pay attention.
Storm is a writer and poet. She is a survivor and advocate for child abuse victims and has turned that into a personal campaign to speak out against the unspeakable. She wants to help children get out of abusive situations by personally speaking about what she's been through.
Daphne Young, Vice President of Communications and PreventionEducation for Childhelp can halp us figure it all out. Childhelp is America's longest running and largets national nonprofit meeting the physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of abused and neglected children. The organization focuses on advocacy, prevention, treatment, and community outreach. She has developed a youth safety curriculum for young athletes with Olympic Consultants, the Foundation for Glogal Sports Development called Childhelp: Speak Up, Be Safe for Athletes.
Storm and Daphne will give us answers, explain what child molestation really is, and offer strategies and resources for all of us.
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Situations Live goes on the air for the first time ever. Vote for the topic of the week via Facebook. Get your votes in throughout the week and we talk about it live and direct. We will also have Jay'e R in our Independent Artist Spotlight of the week as well. Join us for our first ever live broadcast. Situations Live goes on the air Friday October 11th at 11 P.M.
Danielle Reid is more than a student, business owner, friend, and mother; she is a domestic violence survivor and activist. After dealing with a cycle of physical, emotional, and mentally abusive relationships for more than 10 years, Danielle has learned to overcome any obstacle that comes her way. Her main goal is for everyone to know that anyone can become a victim of domestic violence, even men, and that one of the main causes of women who become involved in abusive situations is the result of low self-esteem as teens. With her organization, Limitless Beauties, she instills in young ladies the skills needed for them to rise out of current situations and live productive and successful lives. She also speaks out against women who make false accusations of abuse and how it hurts the system. Danielle is also an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity, NAACP, and many other organizations. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, where she achieved a 4.0 GPA, while working and being the mother of two boys. Danielle is in the process of finishing her first book “Beauty Overshadowed” which will be released in early 2015.
Ladies & Gentlemen, October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Coach TMB wants to talk about it with our special guest Author, Speaker, and Coach Tamara Gooch who is a domestic abuse survivor and now successfully coaches people desiring to get out of their abusive situations. We all know someone who is currently in this situation or we may have found ourselves dealing with this topic as well. Listen, this show is not just for you but for the world! Let's talk about "it" and become more aware as we receive tangible tools from our special guest Tamara C. Gooch!
"Domestic Violence Awareness Month evolved from the first Day of Unity observed in October, 1981 by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The intent was to connect battered women?s advocates across the nation who were working to end violence against women and their children. The Day of Unity soon became a special week when a range of activities were conducted at the local, state, and national levels." -National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Shana Vonn has been a supporter of victims of Domestic Violence for over 10 years, volunteering and speaking with women affiliated with the Houston Area Women’s Center and The Santa Clarita Domestic Violence Center. Shana believes that if by sharing her journey as a domestic violence survivor reaches at least one woman that is in an abusive relationship, her job is done.
Shana holds a BA in Psychology and a M.Ed. concentrated in Counseling, so when she’s not in the classroom educating students, she is volunteering her time to help women find their voice. Shana was a Life Coach and a Relationship columnist in the Houston area, but finds her current work directly with domestic violence victims the most rewarding. Being a survivor of domestic violence herself, Shana is able to understand and relate to where these women are coming from, what they went through and the challenges they may face ahead. What Shana feels is most important for every victim of domestic violence to know is that they do have value and are worthy of the best that life has to offer. All it takes is that first step! If you can change your mind…you can change your life! She also wants to encourage those that know of or may suspect that someone is in a domestic violence situation to be their voice until they can find their own. Don’t let domestic violence go unreported. A very bad situation can turn into a fatal one in a matter of seconds.
Shana currently resides in California with her daughter Christian. She teaches Psychology at College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita, CA, and she expects to release her first self-help book by the end of 2014. Shana also recently launched her YouTube channel, “Life Lessons with Shana Vonn”, in hopes of helping millions navigate through life’s peaks and valleys.
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Dans cet épisode, nous partageons le dernier message audio d'Almine, dans lequel elle explore ce que représentent les Quatre Cavaliers dont il est question dans l'Apocalypse de Saint-Jean, et la manière dont nous pouvons résoudre les situations mondiales qu'ils représentent en changeant nos attitudes intérieures.
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Dans cet épisode, après avoir discuté le ton du jour du Calendrier d'Unité et la prédiction de la semaine, Marc, Barbara et Diane partagent des extraits du Voyage de la Devineresse, chef-d'oeuvre de la littérature mystique et premier livre d'Almine à être publié en français.
Largement reconnue comme la mystique la plus profonde de notre époque, Almine aborde sous un jour entièrement nouveau les sujets tels que les prophéties concernant 2012, l'Ascension de la Terre et de l'humanité, le rôle de la Déesse et de la magie blanche, et de nombreux autres sujets métaphysiques tels que les mondes invisibles des anges, des fées, des dragons, etc., et explique comment les changements dans les lois cosmiques ont renforcé l'efficacité des méthodes de guérison. Le but ultime d'Almine consiste à nous offrir la possibilité d'accéder à la vie dans l'Unité, au-delà des opposés du monde de la dualité.
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YOUTH EMPOWERMENT/POLICE INTERACTION
Black Men are being beaten and killed by cops all across the nation. Many of them are young men who are just starting their lives and are already disadvantaged.
Empowering our youth will help them make better decisions when dealing with the police, but also help them to avoid situations where the police have to be involved.
Empowering our youth also means providing them with the tools to interact with police that will decrease the chances of a negative outcome.
Police must be held accountable for their actions, but our youth must also be given tools to help them understand how to interact with police.
This week on "The Bridge" Radio, Special Guest Lloyd Scott will share his experience as an LAPD officer and take us inside proactive interaction with cops and ways to empower our youth.
Scott is a Christian Minister and a 26 year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department. Fifteen of those years were spent as a Gang Intervention Liaison, developing and implementing the city's gang intervention program. Observing the dangers young men of color face, he now focuses on uplifting and restoring youth through empowerment methods, including directing them to services available to them. He also provides key information on interacting with police, so that youth can navigate their way through police interactions with the goal of more positive and safe exchanges.
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Our goal at the Yehudah Project is to establish open communication and build a bridge with love to combat the negative spirits that attempt to attack our men and women through hatred and division. We want to recognize and appreciate each other through love, support and accountability while taking responsibility for our behaviors and actions.
STOP the abusive dialog between our Hebrew men and our Hebrew women, because we are experiencing the same identical hardships today and we need to heal each other with love.
It is mandated by YHWH for us to come together and pray: we are a nation of people with dual nationalities and we have to open dialog as a nation to prepare ourselves and our families for the changes that are about to happen according to the Word. Children are won through the union of the man and the woman. Let’s remember our children learn what they live!
STOP ABUSING EACH OTHER AND LET’S TALK!
Showcase Group, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of at-risk youth, announces the first annual Showcase Awards fundraising event Sunday, November 2, 2014 at the Georgia State University Ballroom, 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Open to the public for $25 per ticket, the event will recognize ten recipients across five categories: Prevention, Community Engagement, Inspiration, Facing Our Future and Self-Actualization. The event will seek to raise donations to fund a future group home slated to open next year.
"We are pleased to take a moment to honor these men and women who have demonstrated their support for at-risk youth in key areas that align with the mission of Showcase Group," said John Kennebrew, Showcase Group Executive Director and Mental Health Lead at the Center for Children and Young Adults. "Their efforts and examples have improved the lives of many youths struggling through disadvantageous family situations, abuse and often incarceration," said Kennebrew.
Honorees in the five categories include Dar'shun Kendrick, Georgia State Representative, Vince Thompson, CEO, MELT Marketing, Louis Negron of the United Way of Greater Atlanta, motivational speaker Les Brown and 6 other local and national leaders who have contributed to elevating the futures of at-risk youth. One outstanding high school senior from Tri-Cities High School and one from Tucker High School will also be honored.
The Showcase Awards will feature a reception, awards ceremony and musical and dramatic performances. For information, list of honorees, and tickets, visit https://showcaseawards.eventbrite.com. Complimentary media passes available.
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