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The news has been inundated with stories of domestic violence and domestic abuse in the past few weeks. Mainly focusing on the NFL. However, there are everyday women/men enduring this abuse daily and there voices need to be heard as well.
Although those of us who advocate against domestic violence appreciate the attention, but who will walk it out after the media stop making it their "BREAKING NEWS!?"
The month of October is coupled with Breast Cancer Awareness and usually overshadowed. It is a very important cause as well. We request that each of you in your respective space...learn something just one thing about what the signs of domestic abuse and domestic violence looks like.
It does not matter where you get the information but once you learn something share it with others.
Domestic violence should not happen to anybody. Ever. Period. But it does - and when it does, there is help. Maybe you have lived with abuse, maybe it happened just once; maybe you work or live next to someone who is being abused right now.
If you or anyone you know is being abused, please call The National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233.
Today's topic focuses on "Domestic Violence And Abuse". This is an Encore show from February 28th. 2011. The Headline News recently has brought Domestic Violence issues to the public's awareness and I wanted to have an encore show with a very special guest my guest is Miss. L.Y. Marlow. She is the third generation of her family to have been a victim and survivor of domestic violence: a violence that almost took her own life and the life of her unborn child. In her award-winning Color Me Butterfly, she tells the poignant and evocative story of four generations of mothers and daughters: the true story of her grandmother, her mother, herself, and her daughter; and the toll intergenerational domestic violence and abuse has had on her family for over sixty years. L.Y. will be speaking about her courages story of Domestic Violence and how she survived the violence and abuse. We will also be discussing her award-winning book "Color Me Butterfly". If you or someone you know has been a victim of Domestic Violence And Abuse you won't want to miss this very informative show. If you would like to know more about L.Y. Marlow please visit her website at http://www.colormebutterfly.com/ There you will also find Domestic Violence Help And Resources important numbers and links for help for you or someone you know that may need help. You can also visit www.savingpromisecampaign.org Thank you Sonia. :))))
The topic of domestic violence been in the news. Ray Rice was shown punching his then fiancee in the face. Hope Solo was charged for hitting her sister and nephew. US District Judge Mark Fuller beat his wife and was charged. Solange Knowles fought her brother in law Jay Z and wasn't even charged. Some in the public feel domestic violence is wrong for men but give excuse to women. Another group feel if the abuse is on tape it makes it worse. If we are going to say domestic violence is wrong then why do we have the same people giving excuse to something that wrong. We want to speak about this tonight and get some answers.
The NFL, Roger Goodell, Ray Rice & domestic violence have been front and center in the news. This scandal has started a national dialogue around the NFL and domestic violence from all corners of society. In this show, we will explore this situation from a causal woman fan's point-of-view. To provide this point-of-view is journalist, magazine editor and mother of three, Ms. Ann Kayail-Abrams, Wednesday, September 24th, 2014, 2pm/3pm(CST/EST). Follow show hashtag #4DPRadio. (Roger Goodell Photo Credit: Elsa/Getty Images)
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1 in 3 women have experienced physical violence by an intimate partner. Domestic violence is a major issue. Due to the recent coverage in the media of a famous professional athlete and a physical confrontation with his spouse, domestic violence continues to be a topic of conversation for many. A renowned community educator with the Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence will join Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton to address the many elements of domestic violence. This critical segment is for every member of the family- do invite the youth. Tune in on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at 7:30 pm EST for exceptional talk radio.
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the Intersection of Domestic Violence and Sex Trafficking.
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I know I know every show we have done everyone wants a sequel, but tonight we will be talking about Domestic violence. This will be our first Saturday show we have some special guest that will be coming in to talk about their experiences and the outcomes of domestic violence. Tune in from 7pm to 9pm central time. I saw this as a child and I have delt with this as a adult we will go deep so get ready and call in and get the word out on what you went through.
With the Ray Rice incident, we are missing a teachable moment for domestic violence.
We keep sending the same message, which is that men shouldn't hit women, but we need to deliver the message that women should also keep their hands to themselves.
To blindly claim that dealing with the victim's side is "blaming the victim" is also harming the victim. By focusing on shutting down ALL violence, the actual abusive behavior can be reduced. How? By truly understanding domestic violence, instead of pretending that every man who hits a woman is a one dimensional ape.
Domestic Violence is a horrible crime against the institution of family. It is most often perpetuated against women, but is also perpetrated against men and children. This show will discuss the co-dependent relational behaviors that help to sustain an abusive relationship, which include behaviors of both men and women that feed into the need to abuse and be pabused. Special Guest Dr. Donald Grant, Jr., a practicing psychologist will help to identify behaviors and define abuse. Co-hosts, Tracy Powell, Dr. John Hamilton, Marcus D. LeGall, III and DJ Gates
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