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These two women are the powerhouses of their field. From manning the breastfeeding blogs online to Mothering the Justice system. Abby Theuring & Danielle Atkinson both are a force to be reckoned with.
Abby Theuring states, “I struggled so much with my first son and I shared all of that,” Theuring said, explaining that a lactation consultant eventually helped her with breastfeeding. “I started writing about that, and people started saying ‘Oh, wow. We’re going through the same thing.’”
Danielle Atkinson, Mother of 3, wife and founder of Mothering Justice. Through Mothering Justice Danielle created to Mama's Agenda that focused on eliminating wage theft, affordable childcare, raise the minimum wage, paid sick days and family medical leave insurance.
There is nothing like being emotionally moved by a piece of art. Whether it be a painting, sculpture, or some other form of creativity; the overall impression can be lasting and coerce us to rethink how we view ourselves and the world around us.
Manifest Justice is a large-scale pop-up art exhibition, cultural convening, and community organizing event taking place in the Baldwin Hills area of South Los Angeles. Unlike other civil rights exhibits that highlight events from the 60's, Manifest Justice is hauntingly current. Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, and Oscar Grant are but a few of the many victims who have been immortalized through the works of over 150 artists.
Tonight I will be joined by Nijeul Xavier Porter, a young man who is instrumental to the success of the event; and Gabriel Garcia Roman, an artist who has works on display at the event. Both will share why the event is important -especially in today's social climate-and what it means to be a part of the experience.
The timing is right to have a dialogue about the justice system and the minority community. Join me and 2 guests as we come together to have a provocative conversation on the state of justice as it pertains to the minority community.
African-American Attorney Rosemary Crawford, Esq. who is running for Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas and Hugo Marin, Hispanic journalist will discuss how all of the recent chain of event of police brutallity impact our justice system or may be impacted by our justice system.
You can talk back to us on Monday, May 4 at 11:30 am - 12:00 pm Est. time.
The NEW show was created to bring about a collaboration of voices between African-American and Latina women to discuss the issues that impact our quality of life and matters that matter to us.
In this episode of Bringing Voices To Power I talk with Andrew Kreig Executive Director of the Justice Integrity Project and author of the book Presidentail Puppetry: Obama, Romney and Their Masters. The Justice Integrity Project researches official misconduct. Andrew Kreig delivers blunt, entertaining cutting-edge commentary about public affairs, with practical tips for the millions of Americans caught up in unfair litigation or regulation. Based in Washington, DC, Andrew is an accomplished fighter for the public interest. Learn from his decades of reporting, analysis and advocacy: Shocking tales of recent corruption, deception and cover-up by both parties in communities ranging from small towns to world capitals; and practical how-to tips for reformers on action that brings real-world results. Presidential Puppetry documents what many millions have long suspected: secretive elites guide our government leaders. Puppetry reveals scandals and shows why Congress, courts, and other watchdog institutions fail to report key facts about even the biggest news makers.
Tonight is Wesak, the full moon in Scorpio and the celebration of the birthday, enlightenment and mahasamadhi of Gautama Buddha. In the Masters and the Path, clairvoyant C.W. Leadbeater tells us that at the precise timing of the full moon, Gautama Buddha appears physically in the Himalayas and pours out a tremendous blessing to the earth, the light of which is then funneled through every heart who can receive it.
"A righteous person cares about JUSTICE for the poor, but the wicked have no such concern" - Proverbs 29:7. Call in to speak on air at (818)572.2947.
Black People in the United States of America are protesting the injustice they feel they have been suffering. Many White People don't understand why Black People aren't outraged at the recent killing of two Police Officers.
Where is the disconnect? And why are some turning to violence? What are the real underlying problems and what are the solutions? People are dying, neighborhoods are being destroyed and fingers are being pointed. But who is to blame? Those who express anger through violence or those who many Black People say pushed them to violence? Who needs to take responsibility for what?
On this show, we would really like Black People and White People with courage to call in and let's talk things out...
Agreement is never required on our show, but courtesy and respect are, so there is never any reason to be silent.
The show airs this Sunday, April 30th, at 7:00 PM, E.S.T. Just click this link or dial (818) 739-8909 to listen by phone, from anywhere...
Please join Dr. Bessie and mothers and daughters from around the World each Saturday morning at 10:00 AM for a stimulating conversation about mothers and their daughters. Our stimulating topic for today is: “The Truth Is It, Mothers!” You don't want to miss this show! So, call us at 347-539-5078 to listen to the show and click 1 to join the conversation. Call your mother and daughter friends and ask them to join us!
Listen Live Rose Colombo N The Justice Club MWF- 9am-10:30am pst and 12-1:30pm est. Today's guest is Jo Sullido, investigator and counselor of domestic violence, elder abuse and child abuse. Today, she talks about the abuses that recurred in Baltimore during the riots and how these police issues as well as Black-White tension is affecting our nation as a whole. Next Monday, May 11th, Mark your calenders and Listen Live when Rose welcomes John D. Vernon, Colonel (ret) United States Army and discusses his new book hot off the press, Angels Watching Over me.
You hear it in the news, see it on social media, different situations that involves the police arresting an individual that turns deadly. When do we as society say ENOUGH??? With the most recent riots in Maryland what exactly is considered "mother of the year"? How do we move forward? Tune into Icandi After Dark as we discuss this topic and share opinions.
Join us today 5:30 cst as we raise the subject:
Slapping your child should not earn a mother of the year award but a Mother’s day card perhaps……
What is the reason for celebrating the Baltimore mother who is seen publicly disciplining her 16 year old son is has this type of parental behavior become a thing of the past?
Do you know of any mothers who would have responded in the same manner as Toya Graham?
With such positive reaction by many media outlets as to the appropriateness of this mother's reaction what message are we sending to parents about methods of discipline?
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