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Join hosts Alice Lynch and Sumayya Coleman, and Research commentator Shasme Jackson and they talk to Tracy Wright about the impact of sexual assault on survivors and their families. We will also discuss innovative ways to engage youth of color around sexual assault and look for better approaches to the lack of response of the criminal justice system to the crime of sexual assault.
John Paterson Falsely Arrested and accused of assault by Sussex Police Eastbourne.
Freedom Talk Radio - The arrowhead for global remedies for humanity. The war has been ongoing between humanity and satanity, and now we declare that it has been won by humanity.
We want to hear your success stories, how you fought and won, to help others further down the road. Volunteer your experiences, knowledge to teach others in the remedies we all have under common law, ancient laws, divine laws - which serve and protect the people.
We must demand our inherent rights which are common to all laws which serve and protect the people. We disown all man-made laws which are used to enslave and rob the people.
We declare our divinity over all man-made laws and religions. We condemn all crimes of murder, sodomy rape and cannibalism against babies, children, women, dead bodies, dead animals.
We declare this planet free from SATANITY. We, HUMANITY will run this planet as intended by our father, GOD, in whatever country, religion or culture, as brothers and sisters, as equals, in love.
We enshrine the original 7 principles in public office as HONOUR and crimes of corruption and fraud as DISHONOUR, which will cause immediate removal from public office and citizens arrests to be issued by our common law Peace Officers, Sheriffs and Grand juries.
This war between the sexes has got to end. Once again, a popular sports figure is accused of rape, and people are taking sides. Men claim that women "lie" about rape to get money, and women insist that men rape women because they believe they can get away with it. Beyond addressing the innocence or guilt of Derrick Rose, Patrick Kane, Bill Cosby, and countless others accused of sexually assaulting women, how do we heal the sick relationship between the sexes? The problem begins with our misguided teachings about sex. Why are men conditioned to be predators of women? How should we be teaching our sons about sex so that they have a healthy respect for women?
Join me for an in depth cultural conversation with Dr. Nicholas Hartlep, author of The Assault on Commuities of Color and Model Minority Stereotype: Demystifying Asian American Success. We will explore the realities of race-based violence in communities of color. What are some of the present day drivers to the violence we are witnessing? What has been the historical past in engagement with communities of color. The Asian-American student population supposedly scores off-the-charts on high-stakes college admission tests, such as the SAT. Public perception of Asian-American success is evidenced in the phrase “the Asian invasion” — the notion that Asian-Americans are overrepresented on college campuses. Dr. Hartlep sheds light on percieved myths and stereotypes through his groundbreaking research.
Dr. Hartlep is an assistant professor of educational foundations and is author of the books, The Model Minority Stereotype: Demystifying Success (2013, Information Age Publishing) and The Model Minority Stereotype Reader: Critical and Challenging Readings For the 21st Century (Cognella Publishing, 2013) and an author of The Assault on Communities of Color: Exploring the Realities of Race-Based Violence (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2015)He can be followed on Twitter @nhartlep
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Today, our guest will be Ivonne Zucco, Executive Director at The Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling and Education in Stamford, CT. We will discuss sexual violence, and what we as a community can do to prevent it, where the victim can turn for help and what kind of help is available at The Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling and Education.
Ivonne Zucco has served in a number of roles at The Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling and Education since 2009. In 2011 she became the Executive Director of the agency.
Ms. Zucco has a particular interest in prevention and believes education is of the utmost importance. The agency spreads awareness through community involvement starting as early as the pre-school years. Ms. Zucco has also played an active role in legislation re: sexual assault.
The Center for Sexual Assault Crisis Counseling and Education provides free, 24-hour confidential help to men, women and children who have experienced sexual assault, serving the eight towns of lower Fairfield County, CT since 1979. They can be there from the time the victim enters the emergency room, throughout their making a police statement, and remain involved in preliminary court proceedings to the date of trial. They can also be with the victims as the healing takes place, delivering goal-oriented counseling. All of their services are available in English and Spanish.
This Week on "TheMusicBox" w/ National Recording Artist Tanya Dallas-Lewis! We are recognizing SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH!
My special guest is Award Winning Philanthropist, Speaker, Beauty Queen (Ms. Essence 2013), Entrepeneur and Sexual Assault Awareness Advocate Laquisha Hall!
and NEW MUSIC from Recording Artist Cheneta Jones and D.C.'s own Lindsay Slaton!
PLUS! [as always--like, FOR REAL-FOR REAL!] the BEST in gospel music by artists that you ACTUALLY know [wowsa!], news, interviews, updates, how-to's and so much more!
C’mon, hang out with your sis---you know, your OTHER sis, the one you are too embarrassed to tell everyone that you have because she's straight up CRAZY? Yep, that's meeee! I love to laugh, and there will be plenty of laughter [as always] on this here show right here! I'll bring the candy!!!!
-Tanya, Stellar/Dove Nominated Recording Artist
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What if your mission was to "envision a Wisconsin where postsecondary education moves forward through an open exchange of ideas, the careful consideration of research, and a strong focus on the public good?"
However what if you actually tried realizing that mission during the last 4 months of Republican sponsored carpet bombing targeting the concrete ideals on which that mission rests?
This Thursday in a special episode of BustEd Pencils, Jed and Tim talk to two of the warriors from the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE).
Noel Tomas Radomski: Director and Assciate Researcher
Jason Lee: Outreach Programs Manager
Among many topics, we will ask Noel and Jason to provide a sense of the damage that was done and how WISCAPE will continue to fight back the attack on the essential freedom to learn and focus on the public good.
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Virginia teen gets more than 11 years for supporting ISIS
Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it.
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Lucy Liu Welcomes a Son
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Tonight's special guest is Vanessa McNeal from Cedar Falls, Iowa, 22, a child abuse and sexual assault survivor, NAASCA activist and documentary filmmaker. Her goal is to help other people heal and to spread awareness on the issues of child abuse and trauma. NAASCA needs MORE young folks in recovery like Vanessa! Growing up, Vanessa a lot of family violence until she was around five years old. Her father would leave the house voluntarily or because her mom would kick him out because of the fighting. "That left me and my older sister home alone with my mom who was very involved in the party scene," she writes. "I wasn't taken to school regularly so I became far behind in school to the point where I had to be placed in a special class for kids that were behind." Vanessa goes on, "Due to the lack of parental supervision I was placed in compromising positions with compromising people. I was exposed to men and drugs. There was a lot of DHS involvement and police intervention. My needs were not met adequately." Her grandmother eventually gained custody of all four siblings. "I was molested by my 2 older female cousins and by my older sister. There were times I went years without talking to my mother. We eventually began having a consistent healthy relationship around late high school." Vanessa's doing better now. "I struggled most of my life thinking that no one would want or desire me because I thought my own mom did not." She concludes, "I am in a wonderful place in my life right now and I have never been happier."
Obama giving Iran nukes says....the New York Times; Has Hillary Clinton statutorily disqualified herself from the presidency?; and just what the GOP presidential field needs: more candidates; Obama sends a plane to Europe to join his tank and cannon; Donald Trump's unprovoked assault on Megyn Kelly; Jeb Bush: "Trump is an Asian anchor baby"; Planned Parenthood Cannibalism VIII: A Volume Institution; Hillary Clinton sent classified embassy security emails "in the clear"; Are we in a rerun of 1929?; Obama declares himself "ready to take on the crazies" on his sellout to Iran; and the African-American spring reaches St. Louis.