• 00:31
  • 00:06

    Child sex exploitation can be prevented

    in Youth

    Missing and exploited children, child sex trafficking, bullying, internet crimes, aggravated physical abuse, questionable parenting

  • 00:31

    Child sex exploitation can be prevented

    in Youth

    Topics   Bullying, Online sex predators, aggravated physical abuse, child sex trafficking, questionable parenting, sex abuse, missing and exploited children

  • 00:33

    Child sex exploitation can be prevented

    in Youth

    Topics  Bullying, missing and exploited, child sex trafficking, sexual abuse, internet safety, aggravated physical abuse, and questionable parenting

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1019

    in Self Help

    SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "For Our Kids" - Deborah Maddison and Tracy Baxter, Canadian activists from British Columbia, will join Bill Murray to lead this evening's discussion about the Rights of Children and Families in North America. Tonight's TOPIC: a round table discussion with two families who will speak with us about the effects CPS abuse had on their families for three generations. We often forget the 'ripple' effect of a tragedy, and how it affects not just the people at the core, but all those around them, and often for years to come. We will be speaking with Lina Desmoulin from the Blakout Documentary 'Powerful as God', and her daughter and granddaughter, Deanna and Hillary Paul, from Ontario, whose family was destroyed from the involvement of CPS. We will also be speaking with Reverend Rosemary Dalton and her son, Michael, from Missouri, whose ongoing CPS nightmare has now spanned 17 years. "For Our Kids" show panelist Eugenea Couture, author of the incredibly influential book 'Adoption not an Option' is joining us, too. Trauma is not something that can be confined, compartmentalized, or just 'gotten over', and it is only by speaking up about these issues and demanding change that we can work preventatively from damaging generations of families. ~~ Every two weeks a new THEME will be presented in this series, with frequent special guests speaking from their own experience. ~~ Please see our web page at: www.NAASCA.org/ForOurKids or write to: naasca.forourkids@gmail.com

  • 01:29

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1018

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Sue Julsen from Nevada, a returning NAASCA family member, a survivor and thriver and true crime, memoir and crime fiction writer. She's author of the best selling “Bitter Memories” series. Largely, autobiographical, Ms Julsen chose to use fictional names to protect the innocent, and the guilty, from those in real life (she has more crime fiction coming out this year.) Abducted by her father when she was three, the book’s main character, Sarah, found herself in a world of criminal neglect and unfathomable oppression as her father, stepmother and many others perpetrated more and more horrible acts of verbal, mental and sexual abuse on the innocent girl. Continually terrified, Sarah formed separate personalities in order to survive. In nightmares, the other personalities would show Sarah the horrific abuse she was being subjected to in her day to day life. This story of the author’s early life – a life on the run, hungry, abused, and terrified – is a truly unnerving and gripping account of the extremes of neglect and mistreatment a child can undergo, and still survive. “Bitter Memories,” written with the hope that exposing these horrors will help prevent them from happening to others, is dedicated to all survivors of abuse. “Trophy Murders” is the second in the series, part fiction/part non-fiction, and “Cutter’s Revenge” completes her story. Sue also has other works published that can be found on her web site.

  • 01:27

    Talking Child Abuse with Bill Murray

    in Self Help

    Bill Murray
    Bill is the founder of the National Association for Adult Survivors of Child Abuse (http://naasca.org/), a non-profit organization focused on providing a voice and resources to help victims of child abuse. Bill broadcasts an online radio podcast at 5pm PST Sundays to Fridays. Bill is a survivor of sexual abuse and is 25 years sober from drugs and alcohol. Bill was sexually abused when he was 11 years old by a summer camp counselor; the abuse continued for three summers. The counselor was a photographer who used the young Murray as a model for thousands of frames of ographic pictures. The counselor also took Murray to Montreal's Expo 67 for two weeks, and spent that time trying to convince the then 14-year-old Murray to engage in sex, introducing him to other pedophiles. That period was terrifying; Bill was at his mercy, powerless and ashamed, all the while refusing to engage in sex. After that, Bill became an introverted problem student and kept his silence. Once Murray started prep school in a seminary, Murray confided the story of his sexual abuse to the priest, who took a "special interest" in Bill. Bill then spent the next couple of years of high school trying to avoid the pedophiles. Though struggles with drug and alcohol abuse forced him to drop out of his first attempt at college,
    In his late 20s his girlfriend (and later wife), encouraged him to seek therapy, and to reveal to his parents that he had been sexually abused. That was the beginning of Bill’s healing and recovery process, some 25 years ago. Murray eventually found success in the television industry in Los Angeles, doing camera work, production and editing for popular sit-coms like The Golden Girls. In 1984 he also enrolled in a 12-step program to overcome his drinking problem.
     Bill Murray started NAASCA.org (National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse) and has a rapidly growing listener base of 1500.
     

  • 00:03

    Child Support News: Does Noncustodial Extortion Payments Violate 13th Amendment2

    in Education

    In the news on Child Support, Alpha C Hales, Founder and President from Family First International ("FFI") will be our guest to discuss issues on what Decent Disadvantaged Non Custodial Parent Obligors face, when going through the Court systems and Child Support agencies, and what we can do to support our Decent Disadvantaged Non Custodial Parent Obligors stay out of prisons and out of arreages; and, informing these systems to work with the general public on options/programs (JOBS) for solutions to the problems.


    Family First International, Inc-is a Delaware based grassroots Public Interest Human Rights Advocacy and Outreach Support Services 501©3 tax exempt Membership Organization for Decent Disadvantaged Non Custodial Parent Obligors, which pay court ordered child support.  Open to service all men and women alike, regionally, as well as all other states nationally.  FFI, Inc was conceptualized June 1999 and is also a Not for Profit tax exempt Delaware Corporation, incorporated in 2013. 

    FFI provide grassroots Public Interest Human Rights Advocacy and Outreach Support Services.  As well as, Inform, Educate and Empower Decent Disadvantaged Non Custodial Parent Obligors, Custodial Parents, Non Custodial Parents, Youth, Clergy, Agencies/Organizations, Businesses and the General Public regarding the Unjust Laws of Child Support, via: The Bradley Amendment


    Come join us...347-884-8684

  • 01:16

    Everyday Angels with Marie Elisa ( Norma Flores López )

    in Spirituality

    Blogtalk LPS Radio Network - Everyday Angels with Marie Elisa, welcomes


    Norma Flores López, Director of the Children in the Fields Campaign at AFOP and Chair of the Child Labor Coalition’s Domestic Issues Committee. She is an advocate for migrant farmworker children’s rights raising awareness of their issues. Norma has testified before Congress and appeared on national news including, 60 Minutes, presenting issues related to child labor in agriculture. She has been consulted by international governments on strategies to reduce child labor.


     


    Norma has firsthand knowledge of the migrant farmworker life as she began working in the fields at the age of 12, in Southern Texas where she was born. She continued working until she graduated from high school. Norma holds a Master’s of Public Policy from George Mason University, B.A. in Communications, University of Texas Pan-American in Edinburg, Texas, and studied abroad at the Universidad de Salamanca in Spain.


    Tonight’s show will focus on child labor law issues and the disconnect between what we eat and the high price other’s pay for our sustenance to arrive on our dinner plates.


    Contact Norma at: 202-828-6006 ext. 106; email flores@afop.org


    How to listen to the show? You can access the show by clicking on the link below:


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/lpsradionetwork/2014/11/26/everyday-angels-with-marie-elisa             


    Tuesday November 25, 2014


    8:00 pm EST to 9:00 pm (5:00 pm PST to 6:00 pm)

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1017

    in Self Help

    SPECIAL TOPIC - "Open Mike Night" - You'll help decide what will be discussed on tonight's show. This is audience participation night, where we talk of any of the topics from the world of child abuse and trauma. Call in with your questions and comments for our host, Bill Murray, who'll be joined by other dedicated NAASCA family members who'll act as panelists. They'll be ready to field questions and lead topic discussions, many of them suggested by our call-in participants. Everyone's invited to engage on tonight's show .. on the phone or in the chat room. ~~ Please visit our website: www.NAASCA.org

  • 00:29

    "Why You Give The Baby His Last Name? He Ain't Even Offer His to Yal"

    in Entertainment

    It does not always have to be about the father. Let's face it in this day and age if he has a child with someone else and now has some with you there's a great possibility that he's not going to offer you his name either so why are you having babies and giving the baby his last name?

    Furthermore, why are you even deciding to have babys with this guy and half the time he can't even take you to Golden Corral! Don't miss the show!

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