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This is part two of a series.The scandal involving Bill Cosby and the rape allegations, is a major topic on the web as of late. The responses have ranged from full support of him, to people wanting his head on a stake. However what is often overlooked is the impact that these discussions are having on the victims of rape and how the ridiculing of the women involved, is ultimately going to prevent even more rape victims from telling what happened to them. The black community has a variety of views and a major one is why the women didn't come forward sooner. In fact, many have gone so far as to saying that the women involved in these allegations are all involved in some grand media conspiracy to "bring the black man down". We will discuss and explore the many aspects of this case, the responses from the black community and the historical norms behind those responses. Please feel free to call in and share your views and remember to follow Progressive Black Thinkers Radio by clicking on the tab.
Senior Political Editor Dr. Jim Picht will be talking with Communities Business Editor Terry Ponick to discuss why the wheels inside the beltway have ground to a stop; its not about what is right or wrong. They don't really care about the children on the border. Politics, getting their party re-elected and not losing seats are really what's important to your elected leaders. The discussion will start with the recent immigration bill that gave Dems what they wanted, plus one thing they did not - a medical device tax that would have Dems losing support of big business in key states.
Dems would have you believe otherwise, that they are the compassionate party that cares. Yep - but they care about the same things Republicans care about - not losing the power to obstruct the other side inside the beltway.
Communities writer Paula Carrasquillo, author of Escaping the Boy: My Life with a Sociopath will be discussing violence toward women, specifically the recent actions of Baltimore Raven's Ray Rice and if the punishment fits his crime.
The show will close with a conversation with Jerome Elam, an internationally recognized advocate for the protection of children from sexual predators. Mr. Elam is a survivor of sexual trafficking and predators in his home and town.
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The latest scandal involving Bill Cosby and the rape allegations, is a major topic on the web as of late. The responses have ranged from full support of him, to people wanting his head on a stake. However what is often overlooked is the impact that these discussions are having on the victims of rape and how the ridiculing of the women involved, is ultimately going to prevent even more rape victims from telling the what happened to them. The black community has a variety of views and a major one is why the women didn't come forward sooner. In fact, many have gone so far as to saying that the women involved in these allegations are all involved in some grand media conspiracy to "bring the black man down". We will discuss and explore the many aspects of this case and take your questions during the podcast. Please feel free to call in and share your views.
Wombanist Views is delighted to feature Wagatwe Wanjuki, a feminist and activist, and outspoken rape survivor who works tirelessly to raise awareness and facilitate discussions about sexual violence, as well as gender and social justice issues.
She joins us on Wombanist Views to speak about these issues, as well as the lingering stigmatization and blaming of victims sexual assault, the epidemic of rape on college campuses, as well as universities unwillingness to properly investigate these assaults, and more.
Wombanist Views, created, produced, and co-hosted by Cherise Charleswell, is dedicated to broadcasting the voices of women who are doing positive and exciting things in their communities around-the-globe.
So is S & M the new missionary position? With ity shades of Gray comfortably ensconced as mainstream do we think of handcuffs and riding crops with a nudge, nudge, wink, wink attitude? If a husand slaps a wife is it sexy or abusive? And when some religious folks say they have a spouse's permission to spank them in order to carry out God's direction for head of households, do we look at the hitting differently? In other words, when is it abuse, when is it fun, and how do we tell the difference? Or do we need to?
Two guests will join the show this week to "school" us in the fine art of telling the difference between hurting, loving, giving permission for pain, and how to tell whether we are all being hoodwinked into thinking we are stodgy and unsophisticated if we don’t associate pain with love.
Monika Johnson Hostler is the Executive Director of the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA). Monika worked at the local rape crisis center in Scotland County as the Crisis Intervention Coordinator. Monika has been an activist in the social justice movement for more than 15 years. She has presented on the issue of sexual violence to numerous communities including the Joint Task for the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Military Academy subcommittee, and was appointed by the Obama administration to serve on the National Advisory Committee on Violence Against Women.
Tre’Andre Valentine is a queer activist from Trinidad & Tobago and has been with The Network/La Red, a survivor-led social justice organization working to end partner abuse in lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and/or trans*, SM and polyamorous communities since 2009 as the Community Programs Coordinator providing support services to survivors. Tre’Andre currently serves as the Director of Community Engagement, increasing visibility of the issue of LGBQ/T
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No one wants to talk about it. But we need to... in order to heal so many people... and prevent it from happening.
I'm talking about sexual abuse and assault. And the prevalence of sexual violence is STAGGERING!
Do you realize that one out of three girls are sexually assaulted by age 18? And one out of five boys are also victims to sexual assault! According to Adam Robinson, Director of Client Services at The Zacharias Center in Gurnee, Illinois, over 85% of victims knew their perpetrator.
It add up to million of people in our country dealing with pain. How do you prevent being vulnerable to sexual abuse and assault? How can you recognize it happening? To heal the trauma or lessen the risk, it's important to be as educated as possible. Learn how to spot the warning signs.
The Zacharias Center, referred to as "The ZCenter" is ready to help -- with emotional support, advocacy and education. Their trained volunteers work with both children and adults, in English and Spanish, and their crisis hotline is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Join us as we learn more about this topic that no one wants to talk about... but something we ALL need to know!
To get more information, visit: www.zcenter.org. If you're in need of help, call their 24-hour support line: 847-872-7799.
Gary Penn interviews Allana Pratt; Intimacy Expert, Author, Host, Speaker, Advocate to End Sexual Violence
EXPERTISE: SEX, INTIMACY, BODY IMAGE, SELF-ESTEEM, CONSCIOUSNESS, RELATIONSHIPS, DATING ADVICE, MOTHERHOOD, PARENTING ISSUES, SINGLE PARENTING, MARRIAGE ISSUES
Featured on CBS, TLC, FOX; coach to celebrities, a cum laude graduate of Columbia, Allana’s a single mom who triumphed over an internal war of body shame and sexual guilt that was destroying her confidence, joy and softness. Now, author of three books, she pole dances for pleasure, and knows ‘When Mama’s happy, everybody’s happy!’ She inspires women to embrace their sacred erotic nature to attract all the love and attention they choose; she heals men’s emasculated hearts, cures their ‘nice guy’ and awakens their noble badass honoring of women. Thousands flock to her sexy, empowering show, Intimate Conversations LIVE. She’s here to end sexual violence on the planet, have stupid amounts of joy as a mother, ooze sensuality and inspire reverence for our exquisite sexual nature.
During this episode of Az 1 Promo Radio, we will be interviewing 3 domestic violence survivors. Sabrina Harris, Sheila Bryan, and J.R. Thicklin.
J.R. Thicklin is the President and CEO of Destiny By Choice, Inc. where he is empowering lives and shaping destinies of those lives impacted and affected by domestic violence and related abuse. He is a strong advocate and activist in the plight to end domestic violence and fatherlessness having been on the front lines as a trailblazer addressing and raising awareness for over 2 decades.
Sheila Bryan was born and raised in Colombia (South America) She migrated to the United States at the tender age of 17 to pursue the American Dream and live our her Life Long Dream to become a Speaker, Motivational and Business Coach.
The visionary wonder behind this creative movement is CEO, Creative Strategist & Fashion Designer, Sabrina Harris. She is a victorious survivor of a long-term domestically violent and abusive marriage, and she welcomes every opportunity presented to share her story and support others dealing with similar or uniquely different life challenges.
You can call in and listen to this show live by dialing (646) 668-8198 or by logging on to www.blogtalkradio.com/az1promoradio
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Family it's time to turn up our community talk and actions. We have a big problem in our balck community and it's call domestic violence. Did you know that according the statistics domestic violence is reported to be the highest in the black community? Intimate partner violence (IPV) as a major public health issue for women, in particular, African American women. The intersection of IPV and institutional racism doubly victimizes African American women as they try to break out of the cycle of violence. The research shows that IPV in the African American community is more common and violent than in the Caucasian community due to structural, cultural community, and situational contexts, overshadowed by institutional racism, that effect the romantic relationships of African American men and women. Research shows that the anger, hatred, and frustrations of African American men, caused by institutional racism, are being displaced onto their wives and lovers. THIS BROADCAST WILL BE HOSTED BY SISTA TRIA & BROTHA SUN RE9
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