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What makes a strong woman? And what in particular differentiates her from a strong person? Many strong women say they need to be with a stronger man, but could they need an attitude change? An ability to get along is actually a strength, but ironically many strong women label that as weak. Are men often annoyed by the aggressive and stubborn nature of these women who justify their attitudes as simply being strong women?
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Tonight we want to talk about what do women think that a strong man is and what do men think a strong woman is. I I am willing to bet we have it all wrong both sides. There is going to be some telling tonight and i hope some real answers. Tune in from 7pm to 9pm tonight central time... See you there
We are excited to have Amanda Johnson of Ameriprise Financial Services as we discuss Powerful Financial Stratergy for Strong Women.
Join WnT Radio for another informational show, this week the topic is "Strong Women of Indian Country" with hosts Billie Fidlin, WnT Chair and Founder, who will be joined by Brenda Golden, WnT Board member and WnT Radio Chair, Jaclyn Roessel, first Winds Scholar and WnT Board Member, and Yvonne Swan, advocate and WnT Ambassador.
These stories of strong indian women will inspire others to have courage, drive, ambition, and pride. Philip Deere Sr. said, "Women are the backbone of our traditions."
The discussion will encompass the strength of women in Indian Country , looking at the historical role of women and touch on the history of some of the well-known names such as Zitkal Sa, Lozen and Wilma Mankiller.
With focus on women, what role do women play in today’s society, both on the reservation and in the urban settings. Women as leaders today within the native communities, has their role changed?
Saturday 8/30/14 11:00 am
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Last week Leaders of Change Radio Show a female caller who has followed the show asked a very important question Where are the voices and opinions of our women who are Mother's to our youth and leaders in our communities? Some of them have been raising children on their own who are responsible for this new generational genocide? It's going to take a collective effort from us all to empower our youth to make better choices.
The Southeast Memorial Page & Leaders of Change Radio are honoring strong women who want to talk about how they feel and address their concerns. We hope to be talking to Olivia Dixon, Monica Kelly, Fanessa Ard, Nee Ne Torbert, Judy Patterson and hopefully all of you strong women who have been supporting Leaders of Change Southeast Radio & The Southeast Memorial Page and have your pulse on the community.
Rhea Mokund Beck, Executive Director of Strong Women Strong Girls will be our guest. Rhea will discuss the mission and work of Strong Women Strong Girls. Strong Women, Strong Girls utilizes the lessons learned from strong women throughout history to encourage girls and young women to become strong women themselves. By building communities of women committed to supporting positive social change, Strong Women, Strong Girls works to create cycles of mutual empowerment for women and girls.
Over the next 5 weeks I will spotlight a number of women as they discuss, not only their journey but what the ESSENCE of a strong woman really is.
The first show is subtitled: Game Changers
DR. PAMELA LOVE MANNING (aka “Dr. Pam Love”) is an inspirational speaker, certified professional coach, educator, and the leading expert on the “science of finishing”. She is the founder of the FINISHERS Network which she launched at the end of March. Based on the “science of FINISHING”, this network offers tools, resources, and support to help people “finish what they start”... www.icandothismovement.com/finishersnetwork
DARLENE BROWN, CEO of Divine Empowerment, is a certified Personal Development and Business Leadership Coach; Inspirational Speaker and author with over 25 years of professional business experience...
ARI SQUIRE is on a heart-filled mission to empower women and young ladies to do what they love and live their best life. She is a success coach, life design strategist and an advocate for youth leadership. She is also the founder Elevate Her, an educational leadership, mentoring and positive influence club for girls who are dedicated to overcoming the odds and not letting other people define their future...
Making empowered decisions in your love life. Owning your choices. Embracing your sexuality.
Anita Page says this about writing strong women.
"I write about strong women because their stories are interesting to me, as a reader as well as a writer. After all, there’s not much drama in writing about characters, male or female, whose passivity defines their lives. My protagonist, Hannah Fox, volunteers at a domestic abuse hotline and meets women who’ve been bullied into believing they’re weak, but discover their strength. Their stories are painful, but also inspiring."
Find out how these ladies overcame challenges from depression, molestation and abuse.
Teresa Knowles has a passion for mentoring young girls and strives to empower them by teaching them biblical roles models in the bible like Judge Deborah, Queen Esther, Abigail, etc. She truly believes that GOD created everyone with a divine purpose and believes in giving those less fortunate a “Hand UP vs. Hand OUT” so they may be empowered to take charge of their own lives. She has a passion for outreach ministry and networks with various organizations to provide resources for those in need.
Sharnetta L. Bennett is a girl on fire who is not afraid to go where others won’t go and speak what others won’t speak. She is bold and determined to make an impact in the lives of others. She is a native Washingtonian and firm believer of Christ. She accepted Christ in 1994 and has yet to turn back. Her physical abuse led her to launch The H.O.P.E. Foundation (Helping Other People Escape) as well as a Cosmetic and T-shirt line to help other women and teen girls overcome their abuse. She is a believer that she has been given the power to help heal hurting women so her faith and tenacity is what keeps her moving forward. Website: http://www.hopeforvictims.org/
Rene Michele - I was molested at an early age. Then Raped at the ages of 11,14 and 26. I met a guy that I thought I was going to have something special with. It turned into a nightmare. He beat me then at one point he pointed a gun to my head and pulled the trigger... Domestic violence !!! Love don't hurt!!! @Facebook.com
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