• 01:41

    Domestic Violence

    in Radio

    Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts:  Angela Thomas and Rodney Smith with special Guess’:  Rhachelle Nicol' and I.S.I.S., The Goddess of Poetry
    Our Topic(s) today: “Domestic Violence.” If you have a question, comment or just want to listen, give us a call:  (347) 826-9600 Near a computer you can listen in or chat with us here: www.blogtalkradio.com/our-own-voices/2013/10/12/domestic-violence
    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month  
     
    Is domestic violence a national health emergency?
    NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH, 2013
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    BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    A PROCLAMATION
    Since the passage of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) nearly 20 years ago, our Nation's response to domestic violence has greatly improved. What was too often seen as a private matter best hidden behind closed doors is now an established issue of national concern. We have changed our laws, transformed our culture, and improved support services for survivors. We have seen a significant drop in domestic violence homicides and improved training for police, prosecutors, and advocates. Yet we must do more to provide protection and justice for survivors and to prevent violence from occurring. During National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we stand with domestic abuse survivors, celebrate our Nation's progress in combatting these despicable crimes, and resolve to carry on until domestic violence is no more.
     

  • 02:11

    TEEN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

    in Self Help

    Butterfly Evolution Speaks Out About "Teen Domestic Violence”


    Youth Violence is running rapid in society but typically “Teen Domestic Violence” is rarely discussed or rarely associated to “youth or ‘domestic violence” This is likely due to the misconception that domestic violence is an adult issue.  This is so far from the truth and many teens have experienced or are experiencing violence.   


    February is Teen Domestic Violence Month.  Join Butterfly Evolution Host Rodney Jordan and Tammy Gaitor in welcoming Gregory M Jones back to the show to discuss Teen Domestic Violence.  Gregory is Founder of Walking In Her Shoes.  www.walkinginhershoes.org    


    Join the show Monday February 16th at 8 pm CST.  Breaking The Silence of violence and abuse.    


    Dying To Live - What's Holding You Back?


    Listen/Comment at 818-691-7406 or on line at www.blogtalkradio.com/butterflyevolution 


    Meet The Butterfly Evolution Host:


    Tammy Gaitor Miller:  www.butterflyevolution.org 


    Rodney Jordan:  www.youfavteacher

  • 00:40

    The Devastating Effects of Domestic Violence on Children

    in Parents

    Today I will talk with Dr.Linda Olson about the devastating effects growing up in a family of domestic violence has on children.

    "More than 1 in 7 adults in the United States, or 40 million people, lived with domestic violence as children. Worldwide, the number of people who currently are living with it is 275 million."
    (Martin, Brian F. (2014-09-30). Invincible: The 10 Lies You Learn Growing Up with Domestic Violence, and the Truths to Set You Free (Penguin Publishing Group).

  • 01:02

    "Blackness in Domestic Violence - the Black Man & the Black Woman"

    in Family

    "Blackness in Domestic Violence - the Black Man & the Black Woman" this show will discuss how the dynamics of culture, gender and blackness impacts the perception of domestic violence in black relationships. We will examine how these influences oftentimes create blurred lines in the way we react to or accept domestic violence in our relationships.  Join Rev. j.R. Thicklin and Dr. Annette Douglas of  the AADPP West Palm Beach for an insightful perspective on this subject. 

  • 01:01

    Domestic Violence and Healing, Part II

    in Family

    This show is Part 2 of the Domestic Violence and Healing conversation that aired on July 17, 2014. Hosts Alice Lynch and Sumayya Coleman, and Research Commentator Shasme Jackson will speak to Zoe Flowers and Qumyka Rasheeda Howell and continue conversation on the importance of supporting survivors in their recovering from domestic and sexual abuse. The discussion will dig deeper into the various healing methods that help with this process. Our guests will also share specific steps of self care and wellness that both advocates and survivors can do to heal from abuse and the reasons this is so necessary.

  • 00:31

    Domestic Violence Awareness

    in Religion

    Domestic Violence Awareness program Please share this episode with everyone you know

  • 01:59

    THE COOL CRITICS feature LAURA COWAN / DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

    in Radio

                On the show today, The Cool Critics, get with Laura Cowan.  She is an advocate in helping those who have been through domestic violence.  From the National Domestic Hotline, it states On average, 24 people per minute are victims of rape, physical violence or stalking by an intimate partner in the United States — more than 12 million women and men over the course of a year.  Nearly 3 in 10 women (29%) and 1 in 10 men (10%) in the US have experienced rape, physical violence and/or stalking by a partner and report a related impact on their functioning.  1 in 4 women (24.3%) and 1 in 7 men (13.8%) aged 18 and older in the United States have been the victim of severe physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime.


         Those are just a few of the statistics on domestic violence, we are pleased to have Laura Cowan, tell her story, and inform us on what she is doing.  347-205-9366 - We are THE JKN.  The Jay King Network

  • 01:32

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE....

    in Entertainment

    What it is why we stay and IT CAN STOP

  • 02:00

    Domestic Violence

    in Relationships

    Tune into The Relationship Handbook Live as we discuss the topic Domestic Violence. Our special guest is a domestic violence survivor R. Nikki Chaney, Founder of Heel My Heart. The goal of Heel My Heart is to help rebuild victims of domestic violence and abuse self-esteem. The 6 week program provides women with the tools and resources they need to further their education including help with college applications, resumes & cover letter, job training and interview preparation; a makeover provided by a Certified hair stylist and makeup artist, giving them a professional look and confidence to move forward with their lives, and of course, a nice pair of heels. They help women with all aspects of the recovery process, including filing for divorce and placing protective orders against their attackers. The Heel My Heart goal is to help rebuild women's self-esteem enabling them to become more productive in society, as they reestablish their lives after suffering through domestic violence.  They strive to raise awareness about the dangers of domestic violence throughout the community, while "heeling" one heart at a time. Upon exiting our program, they will reveal a new woman, with higher expectations and high self-esteem. Be sure to call in and press 1 to speak with the hosts and our special guest.

  • 02:00

    DOMESTIC VIOLENCE..... THE SILENT KILLER: A SURVIVOR'S STORY

    in Romance

    CHLOE'S BRAINSTORMING RADIO SHOW 2/25/15 Each & Every Wednesday 10p-11:45p


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    Special Guest: NICOLE SHARPE CHILD SURVIVOR AND ADVOCATE FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS


    FOUNDER OF THE HEATHER HURLEY FOUNDATION WHICH IS A PENDING 501C3 WITH THE MISSION OF PROVIDING COUNSELING SERVICES.


    Starring:
    Host: CHLOE, ALISHIA & MICHELE
    PANEL:
    SMILEY, BRENT OF ATL, & ENGLYSH
    Chloe's Brainstorming Radio Show
    www.blogtalkradio.com/chloesbrainstorming

  • 00:56

    Let's Coach! with Mark & Carolyn-Domestic Violence

    in Goals

    "Let's Coach with Mark & Carolyn" March 11 2015, Noon EST


    Domestic Violence


    You’re a successful U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer, with a stellar career.  You’re doing great things for the Nation and the world, and making life better for your sailors.  Suddenly all of that success is at risk, when you find yourself in an abusive relationship nightmare.  Author, motivational speaker, and advocate Jennifer Foxworthy lived it.  As she says, “I was better prepared to be a prisoner of war then to deal with domestic violence.”  Join us as she shares her story, and ways she learned to deal with the abuse and thrive. 


    Jennifer is excited about her second career choice as a powerful motivational speaker, published author (her first book titled Tomorrow My Sunshine Will Come: Memoirs of Women Who Survived Domestic Violence) and prolific blogger.  She is an active member of the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) and Toastmaster International. She is also the proud Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Inspirationally Speaking, LLC as well as Founder of the Unstoppable You Women’s Conference.  Besides that, Jennifer is the co-host for The Journey: Meeting of the Minds, which broadcasts weekly on YouTube and WBNDRADIO.com.  In her own words, Jennifer is living proof that dreams, passions and goals are obtainable if you trust in God, surround yourself with positive people and put one foot in front of the other.

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