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    THE MUMIA BILL EXAMINED PRES MUGABE & THE AFRICAN UNION - ANTONIO MARTIN

    in Current Events

    On George Jackson Radio we will discuss  what Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe says about  South Africa failing to lead the economic development of countries in the African Union (AU) because its economy is in the hands of the white minority.... is  that fact or fiction?


    We will discuss the case of political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal - the  Revictimization Relief Act in Philadelphia,  The bill has been dubbed the “Mumia bill” after Mumia Abu-Jamal, who was convicted of first-degree murder in Faulkner’s killing and sentenced to death in 1982. (In 2011, Abu-Jamal’s sentence was commuted to life in prison without parole.)  The carefully choreographed ceremony with Daniel Faulkner widow,  the details of the Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett signing  into law a bill that bans former criminal offenders from provoking “mental anguish” in their victims — legislation that the American Civil Liberties Union’s and other critics  say “can’t pass constitutional muster.”


    We will also cover the latest nationally known police killing of 18-year-old Antonio Martin two miles from Ferguson. Nationwide have  activists called for an emergency actions to protest the latest police killing. Living by one motto since the police officers who killed Michael Brown and Eric Garner were not indicted: Shut it down.


    Tonight we  examine important instructions from George L Jacksons " Blood in my eye


     

  • 01:22

    Revictimization-Retraumatization of Disaster Victims by Service Providers Pt 4

    in Lifestyle

    On Sunday Jan. 12th 2014 Mr. Brett A. Scudder did a special presentation on “Human Disasters, The Unheard Stories” of people who have been affected by life challenges (man-made and natural) and how their lives were impacted on many levels. In times of disaster we see devastation, destruction and mayhem on the physical infrastructure levels far more than the impacts on people unless there's bloodshed, death and visible suffering. Unfortunately, the human suffering and emotional damages felt will not always be visible immediately and over time can and will develop into a societal disaster on many levels including suicide, crime, violence, unrest and incarceration.


    Mr. Scudder sees these issues every day in the homes, businesses and communities as he provides human (physical, mental, emotional, resources) services to address human disasters and human suffering. He will be presenting on these issues and how emergency and disaster response and recovery must address the human challenges from day one to alleviate and mitigate human suffering and human disasters across the board. His goal is to continue highlighting the need for parallel support services, resources and response to human needs while looking at infrastructure, financial and geographic impacts.


    His presentation was a segue into this 5 part series by SISFI, the NY Human Suffering and Wellness Coalition “NYHSWC” and the National Non-Profits and Advocates Legislative Association Caucus “NNPALAC” The series will be hosted on different time schedules to accommodate our guest featuring panel discussions with various agencies, orgs, clergy and advocates on the help services model deployed and used in times of disaster and their impacts on people being served or seeking help.


    Much Love Always and God bless. One Love.


    ~SISFI~

  • 01:47

    Revictimization-Retraumatization of Disaster Victims by Service Providers Pt 5

    in Lifestyle

    On Sunday Jan. 12th 2014 Mr. Brett A. Scudder did a special presentation on “Human Disasters, The Unheard Stories” of people who have been affected by life challenges (man-made and natural) and how their lives were impacted on many levels. In times of disaster we see devastation, destruction and mayhem on the physical infrastructure levels far more than the impacts on people unless there's bloodshed, death and visible suffering. Unfortunately, the human suffering and emotional damages felt will not always be visible immediately and over time can and will develop into a societal disaster on many levels including suicide, crime, violence, unrest and incarceration.


    Mr. Scudder sees these issues every day in the homes, businesses and communities as he provides human (physical, mental, emotional, resources) services to address human disasters and human suffering. He will be presenting on these issues and how emergency and disaster response and recovery must address the human challenges from day one to alleviate and mitigate human suffering and human disasters across the board. His goal is to continue highlighting the need for parallel support services, resources and response to human needs while looking at infrastructure, financial and geographic impacts.


    His presentation was a segue into this 5 part series by SISFI, the NY Human Suffering and Wellness Coalition “NYHSWC” and the National Non-Profits and Advocates Legislative Association Caucus “NNPALAC” The series will be hosted on different time schedules to accommodate our guest featuring panel discussions with various agencies, orgs, clergy and advocates on the help services model deployed and used in times of disaster and their impacts on people being served or seeking help.


    Much Love Always and God bless. One Love.


    ~SISFI~

  • 01:16

    Revictimization-Retraumatization of Disaster Victims by Service Providers Pt 3

    in Lifestyle

    On Sunday Jan. 12th 2014 Mr. Brett A. Scudder did a special presentation on “Human Disasters, The Unheard Stories” of people who have been affected by life challenges (man-made and natural) and how their lives were impacted on many levels. In times of disaster we see devastation, destruction and mayhem on the physical infrastructure levels far more than the impacts on people unless there's bloodshed, death and visible suffering. Unfortunately, the human suffering and emotional damages felt will not always be visible immediately and over time can and will develop into a societal disaster on many levels including suicide, crime, violence, unrest and incarceration.


    Mr. Scudder sees these issues every day in the homes, businesses and communities as he provides human (physical, mental, emotional, resources) services to address human disasters and human suffering. He will be presenting on these issues and how emergency and disaster response and recovery must address the human challenges from day one to alleviate and mitigate human suffering and human disasters across the board. His goal is to continue highlighting the need for parallel support services, resources and response to human needs while looking at infrastructure, financial and geographic impacts.


    His presentation was a segue into this 5 part series by SISFI, the NY Human Suffering and Wellness Coalition “NYHSWC” and the National Non-Profits and Advocates Legislative Association Caucus “NNPALAC” The series will be hosted on different time schedules to accommodate our guest featuring panel discussions with various agencies, orgs, clergy and advocates on the help services model deployed and used in times of disaster and their impacts on people being served or seeking help.


    Much Love Always and God bless. One Love.


    ~SISFI~

  • 00:41

    Revictimization-Retraumatization of Disaster Victims by Service Providers Pt 2

    in Lifestyle

    On Sunday Jan. 12th 2014 Mr. Brett A. Scudder did a special presentation on “Human Disasters, The Unheard Stories” of people who have been affected by life challenges (man-made and natural) and how their lives were impacted on many levels. In times of disaster we see devastation, destruction and mayhem on the physical infrastructure levels far more than the impacts on people unless there's bloodshed, death and visible suffering. Unfortunately, the human suffering and emotional damages felt will not always be visible immediately and over time can and will develop into a societal disaster on many levels including suicide, crime, violence, unrest and incarceration.


    Mr. Scudder sees these issues every day in the homes, businesses and communities as he provides human (physical, mental, emotional, resources) services to address human disasters and human suffering. He will be presenting on these issues and how emergency and disaster response and recovery must address the human challenges from day one to alleviate and mitigate human suffering and human disasters across the board. His goal is to continue highlighting the need for parallel support services, resources and response to human needs while looking at infrastructure, financial and geographic impacts.


    His presentation was a segue into this 5 part series by SISFI, the NY Human Suffering and Wellness Coalition “NYHSWC” and the National Non-Profits and Advocates Legislative Association Caucus “NNPALAC” The series will be hosted on different time schedules to accommodate our guest featuring panel discussions with various agencies, orgs, clergy and advocates on the help services model deployed and used in times of disaster and their impacts on people being served or seeking help.


    Much Love Always and God bless. One Love.


    ~SISFI~

  • 01:07

    Revictimization-Retraumatization of Disaster Victims by Service Providers Pt 1

    in Lifestyle

    On Sunday Jan. 12th 2014 Mr. Brett A. Scudder did a special presentation on “Human Disasters, The Unheard Stories” of people who have been affected by life challenges (man-made and natural) and how their lives were impacted on many levels. In times of disaster we see devastation, destruction and mayhem on the physical infrastructure levels far more than the impacts on people unless there's bloodshed, death and visible suffering. Unfortunately, the human suffering and emotional damages felt will not always be visible immediately and over time can and will develop into a societal disaster on many levels including suicide, crime, violence, unrest and incarceration.


    Mr. Scudder sees these issues every day in the homes, businesses and communities as he provides human (physical, mental, emotional, resources) services to address human disasters and human suffering. He will be presenting on these issues and how emergency and disaster response and recovery must address the human challenges from day one to alleviate and mitigate human suffering and human disasters across the board. His goal is to continue highlighting the need for parallel support services, resources and response to human needs while looking at infrastructure, financial and geographic impacts.


    His presentation was a segue into this 5 part series by SISFI, the NY Human Suffering and Wellness Coalition “NYHSWC” and the National Non-Profits and Advocates Legislative Association Caucus “NNPALAC” The series will be hosted on different time schedules to accommodate our guest featuring panel discussions with various agencies, orgs, clergy and advocates on the help services model deployed and used in times of disaster and their impacts on people being served or seeking help.


    Much Love Always and God bless. One Love.


    ~SISFI~

  • 01:10

    Mr. Brett A. Scudder hosts SISFI's Victimology with Mr. Charles J. Stecker

    in Lifestyle

    Join Mr. Brett A. Scudder for his weekly show on "Victimology", the life, challenges, stressors, crimonology, revictimization and retraumatization of victims and survivors of life challenges.


    Join or listen the dialog via phone at 347.989.8875 or online via the show page.


    Please share and help to spread the word to your networks.


    Thank you and God bless. One Love.


    ~SISFI~

  • 01:01

    The Margaret Jamal Story- Surviving Revictimization from Repeated Sexual Abuse

    in Women

    From the time she was four years old until age twenty two, Dr. Margaret Jamal suffered from multiple sexual assaults from various different perpetrators. Her traumatic experiences led her to a life of promiscuity, drug abuse, and a suicide attempt. In the course of her search for healing, she has developed methods to reach other victims before they lapse into the cycle of revictimization and ultimate self destruction.
    Her efforts stresses peer support, empathetic listening sessions, education along with social and spiritual development. The Healing and Creative Arts Center of the Palm Beaches has joined with Dr. Margaret Jamal to reach community based groups that can be taught to offer this greatly needed support in order to address this epidemic of sexual abuse. This project will target young women and girls that have already been victimized because they are at a high risk of revictimization and suicide.
    The most difficult element of this effort is encouraging open and honest disclosure because of the fear, shame and stigmatization that is felt by the victims. Another challenging element is the lack of understanding regarding how to identify sexual abuse when it does not resemble the media portrayals. However through sensitive education, victims can identify that they have been sexually abused and learn how to gain the help that is needed to begin a healing process.
    Website: www.mytimetotell.org
    My Time to Tell promotes healing and prevention of Revictimization fom Sexual Abuse through Peer Support and Giving Voice to Victims and Empowering Survivors.

  • 00:36

    Mr. Brett A. Scudder hosts SISFI's Victimology

    in Lifestyle

    On Thursday Feb. 20th, 2014, 9pm, we start a new weekly radio show “Victimology” on SISFI Radio to learn of and about the true meaning of the life of a victim, the crimes and abuses committed against them, the criminology, the challenges and stressors faced in the justice system, ways to move from being a victim to a victor/survivor, reintegrating into society and the workforce, the importance of support systems/groups, and the ways in which to avoid revictimization and retraumatization. We hear the word “victim” so often but do we truly know and understand what it means. Do we understand the human conditions that exist in someone who is a victim? Some people are very uncomfortable with being called a victim and that becomes challenging at times because they have not yet come to terms with it or don’t want to be labeled or stigmatized by society as such.


    The shows will feature direct interviews with victims and survivors of life challenges such as abuse, bullying, domestic violence, workplace bullying, gun violence, isolation, human trafficking, kidnapping, rape, prostitution, and other forms of victimization. This is a live show featuring real dialog from victims as they feel and see it in their lives. Listener discretion is advised as the stories and cases shared may cause unexpected impacts on you. This show will replace our “Crimes of Passion” and feature the topic within the shows. Anyone interested in being a part of the show as a direct guest or on our panel discussions please feel free to contact us.


    Please share and help to promote and we get ready for a great kickoff show.

    Much Love Always and God bless. One Love.

    ~SISFI~

  • 00:50

    Mr. Brett A. Scudder presents Human Disasters, The Unheard Stories

    in Lifestyle

    Join Mr. Brett A. Scudder for a special presentation on Human Disasters, The Unheard Stories of people who have been affected by life challenges (man-made and natural) and how their lives were impacted on many levels. In times of disaster we see devastation, destruction and mayhem on the physical infrastructure levels far more than the impacts on people unless there's bloodshed, death and visible suffering. Unfortunately, the human suffering and emotional damages felt will not always be visible immediately and over time can and will develop into a societal disaster on many levels including suicide, crime, violence and unrest.


    Mr. Scudder sees these issues every day in the homes, businesses and communities as he provides human (physical, mental, emotional) services to address human disasters and human suffering. He will be presenting on these issues and how emergency and disaster response and recovery must address the human challenges from day one to alleviate and mitigate human suffering and human disasters across the board. His goal is to continue highlighting the need for parallel support services, resources and response to human needs while looking at infrastructure and geographic impacts.


    This is a Segway into a 5 part series SISFI and the NY Human Suffering and Wellness Coalition “NYHSWC” will be starting this week on the Revictimization and Retraumatization of Disaster Victims by Service Providers starting on Wednesday Jan. 15th at 1pm on SISFI Radio. The series will feature panel discussions with various agencies, orgs, clergy and advocates on the help services model deployed and used in times of disaster and their impacts on people being served or seeking help.


    Listen the presentation LIVE via your phone or online via the show page.


    Please share and invite your network and friends to listen in.


    One Love.


    ~SISFI~

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