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Now more than ever, America needs more open and inclusive conversations about the stereotypes on police protection, police brutality, crime, civil liberties, public safety, and social justice in the context of race.
After many years of dissecting the driving factors on the issue of fragmentation and cohesion in American society, many of the same tragedies of error we've seen for years on race controversies continues to pervades the society. Race discussions, debate on race, or even race analysis are the so called inequality taboo topic of conversation in America. Silence on the issue of race only increases suspicions and erratic responses.
We are indeed in a delicate time.
In any democracy, the government belongs to the people, and the police, which exist within the executive branch – enforcing the law, essentially serve as a buffer of balance between individuals and between people -- maintaining law, order, safety and most importantly peace. If a police error results in a tragedy, the police should be the first to demonstrate contrition, not defense of erratic positions. Otherwise, the society is at risk of an increasing political totalitarianism. It is unimaginable for any cultural group to live inequitably compared to the rest of its pairs in the same country, especially one that promises individualism, equal rights before the law, and the four freedoms. And just as one group should not be a burden to another, so should none be sustained at the expense of the other.
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Author Colin Flaherty documents more than 500 examples of recent black mob violence - criticizing the media who produce stories about black caucuses, black churches, & black colleges, but suddenly become color-blind to violent racial trends. Tune in!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.
But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree!
If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
The Aftermath of Violence: Trauma & Abuse
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Lately, there has been increased conversation about racial violence in America. However, it has mostly been a one sided discussion, concerning one specific case. The purpose of this show is not to fuel racial tensions, but to illuminate how wide spread this problem is. And also, that this is not a race specific problem, but an American Problem. We believe that the overwhelming majority of people in this nation are doing our best to move beyond racism, prejudice, stereotyping and the violence that results. But we don't believe that the way to move beyond it is by sweeping it under the rug. We have to face what is wrong in our nation and not just from one perspective, but from every perspective. This show is likely to get HEATED! Agreement is never required on our show, but courtesy and respect are. So, there is never any reason to be silent or shy. This is your opportunity for your voice to be heard o this subject. Sunday, July 21st, at 6:00 pm, EST., just click this link or dial 818-739-8909 to listen by phone, from anywhere.
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Expert Susie Kroll discusses the growing epidemic of teen dating violence among our teens, how to recognize the signs and what we can do to prevent it.
One in three students report experiencing some sort of abuse in their relationships.
Susie Kroll is passionate about the prevention, advocacy, treatment, and mental healthcare aspects of Domestic Violence, Teen Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, Child Sexual Abuse, and Bullying. She has been educating, speaking, and teaching in this field for almost 10 years. She got her start volunteering at her local domestic violence agency and confidential shelter, working at her local ERs doing advocacy work for victims of sexual assault and child sexual abuse and working at the 24 Hour Support Hotline. In addition to this work, Susie began speaking about prevention and educating about domestic violence and teen dating violence to area junior high and high schools, and community organizations.
To better serve the victims, survivors, and children of Domestic Violence and Teen Dating Violence Susie elected to earn a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with an extra emphasis on Children, Families & Couples Counseling. Susie graduated with her Master’s degree in 2014.
Susie believes that the best way to end Domestic Violence and Teen Dating Violence is with a combination of prevention, education, intervention, and the empowerment of victims and survivors to make their own positive choices.
Call In (646) 929-0300 TONIGHT @ 7:00PM(E) for the Vibrate and Elevate Network’s newest segment: THE REAL CHURCH UNCUT! Host Pastor Tray and Shantell Smith of Experience The Mission and co-host Ms. Controversy Byrd of PNC Consulting Firm and of the Vibrate & Elevate NETWORK will deliver a supernatural show about " RACIAL INJUSTICE!" Be sure to tune in for our current event spill, Angels & Demons of the week, our Highway to Hell lesson, T.A.B.U [Telepathically Assertive Bold & Unapologetic] excerpts, & Community Connection highlights.
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Let's take another look at race relations. Has it improved? Has it gotten worse? Michael Brown, another young black man gets shot, ironically by a white police officer. Riots ensue. Protests begin. Football players from the St. Louis Rams pay tribute to Michael Brown with the "Hands up" gesture during a game. Should they be fined? Are relations between the races improving or not. We'll ask you to weight in. Are we respecting each other? And not just black or white. Red, white, black, brown. Everyone. Because racial tensions happen no matter what color, creed or nationality you are.
Racial Tensions. This week. "On-Air".
You’ve seen the ads- a bruised and bloodied woman looks plaintively at the camera. Or a movie star plays the role of a battered woman being degraded and beaten. Or even a picture of a cemetery and mourners. All the images and audio are designed to let the watcher understand the seriousness of domestic violence. The ads can be shocking, even gut-wrenching. But what do those ads really do to help victims of domestic violence? Is the image being conveyed effective in either educating the public, or helping the victims? All good questions, and one academic has done studies to find out.
Courtney Welton-Mitchell is the director of the Humanitarian Assistance Applied Research Group at the University of Denver. She earned her Ph.D. in Social Psychology in 2012, holds two M.A. degrees, in social psychology and mental health counseling, and is a licensed clinician
She will join us Saturday to talk about what her research showed when it comes to effective messages about DV. What is the message ads give about DV, what outcomes do the current approaches have, and is there a better way to educate, protect, and fund raise to help abused women?
Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to learn more about violence advertising messages and effects.
Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.
And if you miss the live program, you can go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like. http://www.blogtalk
It is my immense pleasure to host another interview with Andrés Ginestet!
Andrés is an artist, a scientist/sociologist who also works closely with NATO in Europe. His title in NATO is, "Senior Expert on Systems Theory of Violence". He is the author of many academic papers on this subject, and we'll be touching on a few of them in this coming interview. Here is a short list of some of what we will be speaking about:
After Chicago: Re-evaluating NATO's Priorities, International Conference
Why is a Human Being a Complexity Expression?
Islamic Fundamentalism and the Dialectic of Modernity
This will be a two hour interview, AND in the second hour, we will be opening the phone and Skype lines for you to speak with Andrés. You'll be able to listen to this interview in the Blog Talk archives shortly after it airs, but if you want to speak with him - BE HERE!
For more information visit the K WAVe 6 Radio site.
Listen as Mr. Brett A. Scudder hosts a dialog with gun violence victims, survivors and advocated about Correlation between Mental Health and Gun Violence and the human impacts on victims, survivors and communities.
His focus is to bring people's attention to the mindset of violence that allows one to take a life and the trauma experienced by the victim (if survived), loved ones and community overall. Will be a great dialog. Many people never look at the root cause of the violence, nor do they realize the psychological impacts of it.
Please share and help to promote the effort.