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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.
Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Live will discuss President Barack Obama’s proposal America’s College Promise which if approved by Congress would provide free community college education to nearly 9 million students. Dr. Robinson’s guests are Dr. Susan Gardner, Assistant Dean School of Pharmacy at the University of Charleston and Reginald (Reggie) N. Nichols has been a higher education professional for 18 years as an admissions officer and academic counselor.
Bio: Susan Gardner has more than 17 years of higher education experience in academic and student affairs. She has taught at the graduate and undergraduate levels in the areas of communications, social science, and leadership. Past experiences include serving as a community college vice president where she oversaw student affairs and enrollment. Prior to her community college experience, Gardner served as assistant dean of students at the University of Charleston (UC). Recently she returned to UC and its School of Pharmacy where she is as an assistant professor and assistant dean for professional and student affairs. Gardner earned her BA from Oakland University, MA from Central Michigan University, and PhD from Capella University. She lives in Charleston, WV with her husband and two daughters.
Bio: Reginald (Reggie) N. Nichols has been a higher education professional for 18 years as an admissions officer and academic counselor. His previous careers have been in human services and banking. Reggie has dedicated his career to helping at risk, first generation and multicultural students map out their educational, career and financial paths.
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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
Work for the best America ever. A 19th century America won't do. A 20th century America won't do. Let's do this 21st century America thing right. Not a 20th century or 19th century America of old. My works are for prosperity for working class adults and children of our nation. I work for a 21st Century America where children born today will not face segregation and racism 54years from today. My works are for a 21st century America where all children will know American history and no child will feel quilt or undue pride toward the actions or lack thereof of their ancestors. I work for an America where all our nations children will feel protected in their homes, in streets, in schools, in parades, in places of worship. We can get there from here. With faith and with work, all Americans will be free to prosper according to their faith and their works. Prosperity is available for all only in a 21st century America. Join me this day!
Federal Government Overreaching : When do the laws stop and our rights begin?
Lawrence Otis - Night Line
New York - Travel Ban
Parent receives letter about student lunch.
Parents under investigation CPS for letting student walk to park.
Measles outbreak / Vaccines.
Red Hot Conservative: Education Fail.
Call in and voice your opinions and be heard. Non-Partisan talk examining our number 1 issue the loss of freedom. Temeika looks forward to your calls and text. We will be moving the show to 7:30 Every week for Wednesday Weekly! Join your urban girl in a country world to talk about things that matter to Americans. Are you ready to talk?
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We will be joined by our very special guest, Sgt. Lakia Echols to talk about Homeless female veterans. That are found in communities across the country. Female soldiers are sometimes the forgotten HEROES and are troubled by the lack of support from their own community. From my personal experience, I realized that female veterans are faced with many challenges when returning back to civilian life. These various challenges can be psychological from combat, financial, and being a single parent with no support. Many female veterans are also unaware of veteran outreach programs that may exist.
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On November 26, 2011, She got a call that Jimmy had been assaulted and left for dead in the street. He lay dying for 4 hours before being rushed to the hospital for treatment of not just multiple facial fractures, but serious and critical injury TBI. That was just the beginning...
Janene Mayberry has faced a series of events that no parent or loved one should have to consider. Good intentions and love, can't always solve the unthinkable. Her son Jimmy sustained a severe brain injury. After living in a rehab facility, Janene wanted to bring him home for care, but Jimmy's needs presented in a way that eventually made that option impossible. The spectrum of feelings that she's had to face behind the difficult choices, would bring anyone to their knees. Listen as she shares her heart wrenching story of love and adaptation.
This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. I introduce topics, and survivor's share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery.
More will be revealed! Tune in, stop in and call in. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers.
The front half of show is a featured guest. to join us in the discussion. The second part of the show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire!
Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org and /braininjuryradio