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Today's program will be the second in a series of programs we intend to produce over the next year dealing with the various levels of child trafficking and prostitution. Our purpose in producing this series is to inform and educate the public of this growing global issue. Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson recently stated and I quote " The commercial sexual exploitation of children remains a serious problem and we must come together to tackle this problem and protect our children". Last month we interviewed Michael Fairfax of the Justice and Soul Foundation.
On today's program we'll interview Dr. Lois Lee, Founder and President of Children of The Night, the oldest, largest organization combating child trafficking, Carlyn Sampson program coodinator of Rebuilding Hope/sexual assault center of Piece County Washington, Noel Gomez co-founder of Seattleops the Organization For Prostitution Survivors and Sophia Sanders the Director of programs and operations of Stolen Youth
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Former police officer Michael Correll tells of an incident that changed his life and influenced him to quit the force. Six Black churches have been burned since the Charleston Massacre. Marriage Equality wins! ICE changes its detention policies and trans advocates issue a response. The latest Ferguson report from the Dept of Justice. Cleveland police supervisors face criminal charges in the Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams case. Girl Scouts take a stand for ALL girls. Two Black youngsters, ages 6 and 3, are killed and three others critically injured in police car chase and more. Tuesday, June 30, 6pm Pacific
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6:15 Debrah Mathis
Join us for, It's Your Time: Personal Development with Dr Jackson as Dr. Jackson welcomes back, Debrah Mathis to discuss, Coaching Clients Through Personal Crisis (Charleston, Ferguson, New York, Cleveland).
7:15 Danielle Kumani
Danielle Kumani is the CEO and founder of Afrocentric SoulMates as she created the 1st African-Centered social network and dating site with optional life coaching services. Her plight to this vision was based on her own personal struggles in connecting with others online with a cultural focus. Much to her surprise she noticed the growth of the site with men and women who were in search of the same connection. She currently operate a meet up group called Afrocentric Social & Singles and travels around the U.S. to spread the word of her newly niche site. Kumani has over 10 years of customer service skills from working at Emerson Climate Retail Solutions as a Monitoring Technician. Kumani is a mother of 1 and stays active in community by helping others with their love lives and personal development.
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South Carolina made many people reflect on where our country is headed when it comes to Racism. They put uprisings to shame, by showing love when it really counts. Two ministers, ordained Elder Cornelia Brown, and Ordained Minister Ruth Bryant White, both of A Place For Us National (Facebook) , will talk about all of the pitfalls, words that have divided a country and what they are doing about it. What Satan meant for evil God turned around for good. Cornelia and Ruth will talk about Uniting not dividing. They have solutions as Interracial Couples and Authors on the issues of race. Cornelia's most famous book "Black and White makes Brown" and Ruth and her husband Steve White's book, "Life Through The Eyes Of An Interracial Couple".
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In this episode of Diet Free Life Radio with Robert Ferguson, you meet and hear from top trial lawyer and author Tom Gehring. If you are caught up in any conflict, Tom's book "Settle It! ... and Be Blessed" can provide you with a blueprint to resolve matters. Whether it's conflict with losing weight, reparing your marriage or wanting resolve with a friend, etc., the principles shared by Tom will prove helfpful.
Tom Gehring shares personal insights, stories and lessons accumulated over the span of a successful legal career working at the crossroads of human conflict, and more than 30 years of Christian living. Examining many of the sorts of conflicts that afflict our contemporary world through the lens of ancient wisdom, Settle It! … And Be Blessed will be of interest to those who find themselves engaged in relational, business, church, and legal conflicts, as well as conflicts of a more personal nature such as habits and addictions.
Gehring believes people are called to settle matters quickly. “Quickly, but not hastily,” he explains. “Things that God wants you to do in life, he usually wants you to do quickly.”
Listen as we talk to WeCopWatch's David Whitt as he calls in from Charleston in the wake of the deadly shooting of nine church members by Dylann Roof.
David will have members of Charleston's WeCopWatch group with him as we discuss what steps they are taking to keep their communities safe.
THE DEADLY SHOOTING DEATHS OF NINE BLACK AMERICANS IN A CHARLESTON, SC CHURCH LAST WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEFT MANY THINKING THAT ANOTHER FULL BLOWN RACIAL RIOT MIGHT VERY WELL ENGULF THIS BEAUTIFUL SOUTHERN TOWN. AFTER ALL, THE ALLEGED GUNMAN, DYLANN ROOF, WAS DEFINITELY A RACIST FILLED WITH HATE AND HE SHOWED LITTLE EMOTION AS HE GUNNED DOWN CHURCH MEMBERS ATTENDING A BIBLE CLASS WITH THEIR PASTOR, REVEREND CLEMENTA PINCKNEY, WHO WAS ALSO KILLED.
BUT CHARLESTON SURPRISED THE WORLD AS THE CHRISTIAN SPIRIT OF THE FAMILIES OF THE VICTIMS, OTHER CHURCH GOERS AND THE OVERALL COMMUNITY RESPONDED WITH LOVE RATHER THAN HATE. AND YESTERDAY, A HUGE CROWD VISITED THE EMANUEL AME CHURCH TO SHOW SOLIDARITY WITH ITS MEMBERS IN THE WAKE OF THE TRAGEDY.
WHY WERE THINGS SO DIFFERENT IN CHARLESTON THAN THE EVENTS PREVIOUSLY IN FERGUSON AND BALTIMORE? AND WHAT CAN THIS TEACH US AS WE GO FORWARD IN A NATION THAT HAS SO MUCH HOSTILITY AND HATRED INSTILLED IN SO MANY?
JOIN NORTH FLORIDA WRITER LIVE TONIGHT AS WE DISCUSS CHARLESTON AND HOW THE HOLY SPIRIT MAKES THINGS DIFFERENT. WE'LL SEE YOU AT 9 EASTERN.
There is an uprising in America. Uprisings actually are not new to America. Uprisings are new to generations of today. The uprisings are generating an energy that is pulling in people who would not believe except the veil has been removed and now they can see. There is chaos in America and it is based on the belly and heart of evil men. People in America are born into poverty, work all their adult lives living in poverty and they die in poverty because of evil men. People die leaving little more than lots of debt. More times than not those left behind must get in debt for the burial. Poverty and debt of the majority of the people of America should not be. Poverty in America is rampart and home grown. Poverty does not have to be. People only have to stand for what is right in Jesus name and fight the necessary battles. Evil prevails when good people do nothing. Believers know and must show others the way. A #FinancialRevolution changes all odds! It timie for believers to take their place and lead the way, and together we can #SAVEUS!
For those who shall not be named isn't our style.
We don't do fake wannabe social justice call outs. It's that we're comfortable with a public disagreement.
There's a great deal of audio to respond to and we'll get to it in this episode.
At the end of one of our recent programs, we skipped a closing news story and delivered up a improvised riff, responding to some of John's commentary on the Pennymon Doctrine program.
I think they delivered an excellent rebuttle in their the fist half and toward the end of their following episode.
We'll use the first hour of our program to cite some of these statements and riff on it a bit.
Then in the second hour we'll get to our usual news and commentary.
Hopefully we'll get Ricky L Hines of the Americans United Again podcast and Leslie Mac of the Interracial Jawn and the Ferguson Response network to jump on with us.
This is going to be a pretty fun episode.
Thanks for hanging out with us.
No hosility, no retribution, no blaming, no hatred. Love was a reaction to hate, forgiveness a reaction to killing. Is the culture so different from places like Ferguson or Baltimore in sophistication or composure? Not one man was shot unjustly but 9 men and women. And they responded in Love. Join Jane who attended an all Black church in college in North Carolina before some churches integrated, join Don, son of the first female Black police officer in Milwaukee and Jon, son of good parents who raised him in the church near San Jose. A REPEAT CALLER FROM CHARLESON, SOUTH CAROLINA CALLED IN TO WEIGH IN ON WHAT HE CALLED THE SHOCK OF THE CHURCH KILLINGS THAT STILL IS CONTINUUING.