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    in Motivation

    We welcome the Beverly Cunningham Outreach Program to the studio. April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention month. Our special guest Roderick Cunningham, is the Founder of BCOP.

    The foundation's mission is to provide individual and group counseling, advocacy and rehabilitation services to survivors of domestic violence. The foundation also seeks to be an outlet for community youth who are at risk of becoming victims of violence, substance abuse or who are impacted by health issues.

    Domestic Violence doesn’t just affect the victim but also the community as a whole. We are always looking for advocates to assist us in not only raising awareness of this crime but also with outreach programs.

    Tune in, learn some facts, how you can help and become aware of domestic violence, human trafficking and HIV/AIDS.

    See you on the radio

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    in Entertainment


  • Domestic Violence: Why Some Victims Never Leave

    in Radio

    Have you ever wondered what causes someone to stay in an abusive relationship. It’s a question often asked by people who’ve never experienced domestic violence: “Why doesn’t she just leave?” Sometimes, we ask this question because we truly don’t understand what might be keeping someone in a terrible relationship. Other times, this question is used as a way to blame women for the abuse they receive.

    The answer is individual to each woman, and the reasons can be pretty complicated. The truth is, leaving can be difficult even when you know it’s the right thing to do — the average domestic violence victim may try to leave multiple times before actually being able to make a clean break.

  • 01:59

    Captain's Log: 11/25/2015 - Domestic Violence Victims Speak Out!

    in Politics

    Join the Captain tonight as domestic violence victims tell their stories.   If you are a victim of domestic violence and want to get your story out there and heard,  I urge you to call in.  I know its painful to talk about, but you will be inspiring others to come out and speak up!  And that's what it takes!   

    The Captain will be producing a comedy show Nov. 30th at 9pm at the Lizard Lounge - 4589 Sunrise Hwy. Bohemia, NY. Next to CVS. The purpose of the show is to raise money to fight domestic violence through education.  Hopefull, a few of the comics in the show will call in tonight as well.


  • 01:13

    Long Term Effects of Domestic Violence

    in Christianity

    Join Dr. Michelle Harris tonight for a look at domestic violence. The long term effects that it has on the family, the community and the church. 

    Your opinion matters. Join the discussion by calling (347)327-9961.

    Duration: 90 minutes

    Time: 7:30pm CST


  • 01:35

    Domestic Violence/Baby Daddy: 101

    in Entertainment

    Domestic Violence is an issue that affects us all. Hear the experiences and thoughts from your peer of how to resolve this ongoing issue. 

    Baby Daddy Etiquette: Is your baby daddy allow to spend the night with you even if you are not together? 

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    An Intimate Moment With Women and Survivors of Domestic Violence

    in Radio

    Today's Topic:  Holiday Hell

    Are you ready for the holiday with your significant other? Or is this the first holiday without him or her? Have your prepared yourself for the in-laws?  What has you in an emotional reck preparing for the day of Thanksgiving?  We know all to well that the argument about the TURKEY is not about the turkey. Are you Lonely or Depression? Today we will talk to listeners as they discuss their emotions as they prepare for the upcoming holidays.

    About SISTERS......

    Ava Ross shares and discusses on an open platform, relationships of the past, present and future.  Join Ava Ross, Executive Director of Tabula Rasa Domestic Violence as she takes you on the journey from the past to the present; and help you discover the true impact of relationships.

    SISTERS is an online radio show created to empower, insprie, and help women understand and identify componets that are the makeup of unhealthy relationships that  invite and allow abuse.

    SISTERS goal is to equip women with the tools to ultimately make better decisions as they journey to a better, healthier, and loving relationship, first with themselves and then with others.

    If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence call our help line at 1-877-977-8738 for assistance. Need someone to talk to so that your situation does not escalade to a domestic violence event, call our hotline.   

    Visit us on the web at www.tabularasadv.org 


  • 00:22

    When the Marginalized DeMarginalizes Series: Men as Domestic Violence Survivors

    in Women

    The discussion regarding male domestic violence has been given limited consideration due to social stigmatism and various aspects surrounding the abuse.  However, it does exist. According to data from Men:  The Overlooked Victims of Domestic Violence: 

    Although there has been an increase in the number of fatal domestic violence incidents against women, men are more likely to be victims of attacks with a deadly weapon. According to one study, 63% of males as opposed to 15% of females had a deadly weapon used against them in a fight with an intimate partner.Men who suffer domestic violence can only receive help if they break the silence. Not reporting domestic violence because of the stigma attached is the main reason that men currently receive few services, and one of the reasons that studies on the issue are so few [ http://domesticviolencestatistics.org/men-the-overlooked-victims-of-domestic-violence/].

    As WOCPSN begins it fourth-year of Walking In Violence for the Silenced:  Domestic Violence Solidarity Walk, we will begin a series of discussions regarding the marginalized within the marginalized.  Join us as we prepare for our annual walk that will take place November 7, 2016, at 8 am.  We will talk about how you can be a part of this important project while we increase awareness of men and domestic violence.

  • 01:01

    Understanding Domestic Violence

    in Radio

    Stand Up For What is Right. Stop Domestic Violence. This episode is packed full of information to help better understand domestic violence and the affects it has on its victims, family members and friends. No one is immune to this and there is help out there if you want it. Tune in to be informed. Make sure you check out the audio story at the end of the show. There will be a give away next week so listen closely. Ya'll have a great day! Be sure to check out my story of surviving domestic violence at Amazon Books. Author Leesia Champion,

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    in Current Events


    Domestic violence in the US, honor crimes in those “other” countries: are they really so different? And what can this mean for women who immigrate to the US and have experienced both?  What are the connections, what are the commonalities, and what are the realities for women of all cultures when it comes to victimization by intimate partners?

    Jessica Winegar says the 18,000 women killed by abusers in the US between 2003 and 2014 are no different from the women killed in the Middle East or South Asia. She is the Harold H. and Virginia Anderson Chair in Anthropology at Northwestern University. Her research specialization is in the Middle East, and she has written widely on issues of gender, Islam, and global politics.  Penny Venetis is Executive Vice President and Legal Director of Legal Momentum and as Clinical Professor of Law, and Director of the International Human Rights Clinic, at Rutgers, she specialized in civil rights and international human rights impact litigation. She instituted women’s rights projects in the Rutgers Law School clinics, developed human trafficking advocacy projects, and recruited and supervised pro bono attorneys from major law firms to work on the Clinic’s landmark cases.

    Join us as we discuss domestic violence, honor crimes, cultural similarities and differences, and the realities for women who are victimized.

    Call in to share your opinions and questions at 646-378-0430.

    Live at 11 am Pacific time, or go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like at www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways

  • 00:59


    in Current Events

    There are federal laws saying convicted domestic violence abusers can't buy guns, but what if they already own firearms?  There's a good chance they can just keep them and no police or judges or even laws will make them surrender what they already own.  And even if a state does require relinquishment it's up to judges to require it.  Shannon Frattacoli, PhD., Associate Director for Outreach, Center for Injury Research and Policy at Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research has studied the effects of gun injury prevention policies. She will join us to talk about domestic violence, guns, and public policy laws.