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Hr1 Uh oh... looks like Pope Francis just called abortion a horrific symptom of a throw-away society. What now?!
Kimberly Morin joins Joe from the Gun Rights Policy Conference talking about the reasons we need to protect our 2nd Amendment rights. And those other things people call "rights" that really aren't!
Then... more on Pope Francis, Obama, and John Boehner's resignation.
Hr2 Pope Francis calls abortion “horrific” & symptom of a “throwaway culture." Does that mean he hates women?
Xander Gibb talks about Pope Francis, Mayor deBlasio, the homeless, and more!
Hero who takes out bully of blind kid is suspended and kicked off football team. Idiot administrators. This zero-tolerance policy is making things worse.
Hr3 Ahmed Mohammed, the clock kid, is now supposedly severely traumatized. Good grief!
Football celebrity Michael Sams believes he'd still be in the NFL if he weren't gay. Another victim. Maybe he just wasn't good enough and it had nothing to do with his sex life.
Jobs report. More losses. Shocked? I'm not.
Conservative campus newspaper, the Claremont Independent, "Always Right" t-shirts get them branded as racist, ignorant, white supremacists.
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.
Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Tues. Sept., 1st, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. We’ll discuss “10 Years Later: Children Traumatized by Katrina Are Still Struggling in School”!!! CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281. POST YOUR COMMENTS. WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR. Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.
1) August 29th, was the 10 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. 10 years later school children who were traumatized by Katrina are still struggling in school. 2) Fleece Johnson is known as “The Booty Warrior” and was featured on MSNBCs “Lockup”. He is scheduled to get out of prison soon. Pull Your Pants Up. 3) Did you see the MTV VMAs on Sunday? It has some viewers outraged over Racial and Cultural Insenstitivity. 4) A new study shows how people are quicker to shoot at African American targets with a gun as opposed to White targets with a gun. 5) This date in African American History – Dr. George Washington Carver.
QueenMother4real Media continues the Journey of Chief Baba Oni Sango Adefunmi the Royal Sango to the King. Call 347-989-0180 to hear her story and ask questions. Chief Baba Oni Sango Adefunmi the Royal Sango to the King shares her experiences of living in Yorubaland in America. As a gift to Chief Baba Oni Sango Adefunmi we are asking all of our listening family to send a donation to rebuild the public Orisa Temple that was originated in NYC. All donation can be sent through PayPal to the following email address: email@example.com
Co-hosting with Her excellency is HE Igberohinjade Oludoye Sared Activist, Senior Priestess, Writer and Hostess of Youtube Videos about Nature, Spirituality and Oyotunji Villiage in Shelton, SC. Also Co-hosting isOlori OsunEde Olusegun, author of "Secrets That Little Girls Hide," Activist for child sexual abuse prevention and Founder of Ayo's Healing House a safe place for women and children traumatized by sexual abuse. QueenMother4real IyaAwofalola Darlene Dawson, MS, MSED, EdS founder of QueenMother4real Media and Co-Founder of Ifa House of Worship formerly Yoruba House of Worship is the engineer and co-host as well
This episode of A Sound Heart will explore self-rejection due to early childhood abuse. This is an ongoing problem not only in western "culture" such as it is, but also the world at large. We seem to be placing bandages over the gaping wounds of abused ones in our society. Persons are highly abusive today due to many obvious and not so obvious factors. Spiritual pollution is chronic, but is marginalized by the myopic media. The Word of God offers genuine hope to those who have been traumatized (wounded) by unspeakable abuse.
Huot Dara - Executive Director, The Phare Cambodian Circus
Touted as one of the first and most innovative businesses in Arts and Culture with the vision of artists' career and social development in Cambodia, HUOT Dara is spearheading the establishment of this new company starting from project planning, revenue planning, financing sources, operations and strategic planning and budget optimization for this project. Learn about the school formed by refugees that relies heavily on art therapy to help heal the wounds and grow emotionally sound and healthy children. Learn about the "Ghost Children," and the "Monkey Children" and this extraordinary group of creative performers.
President Obama said he has sexually traumatized veterans backs. The President says come out we want to hear your story. Mr. President my story, facts and the crimes committed against me are in my military file. So please Mr. President fully compensate Disabled Veterans like myself. Now hear want Lt. Dan Says about Disabled Veterans Sexually Traumatized. It's shocking but it's what I expected :(
The function of the Kabbalah is to teach us that human beings hold the imprint of the Divine and have within them the capacity to bring the flow of light energy into this physical. Rooted in Judaism, the Kabbalah offers a platform for achieving love, joy, peace and purpose regardless of ones religious background. This week on Intuitive Transformation Radio, Matthew Engel will chat with Author Shulamit Sofia about her new book, Climbing the Sacred Ladder.
Shulamit Sofia MSW is the President of Soul Strength Seminars and The Sacred Ladder, which she founded to give spiritual seekers a practical way to build spiritual muscle for coping with life challenges. Her Psycho-Spiritual method based on the Kaballah allows participants to shed emotional and mental baggage as they build soul strength. In addition to being an artist, college professor, therapist and writer, Shulamit Sofia was Founder and President of Caring for Children, an international non-profit that has helped hundreds of thousands of abused and traumatized children globally. An international speaker who has presented at the World Mental Health Forum, The Humanistic Psychology Association, The Child Welfare League and other conferences, Shulamit Sofia is also the author of a series of training manuals for professionals, paraprofessionals and parents, as well as “Psalms for a Sunny Day,” and “Climbing the Sacred Ladder: The Path to Love, Joy, Peace and Purpose.” soulstrengthseminars.com
Matthew Engel MSW is an Intuitive-Channel, Executive Coach, Hypnotherapist, Past Life Regressionist, Writer, Inspirational Speaker and Host of Intuitive Transformation Radio. He has supported thousands of people in activating their higher potential for 19 years. For more info and to sign up for his newsletter, visit: matthewengel.com
Life, for many of us, is hard.
Life for a 16-year-old black girl in the New South living in a foster home is no crystal stair.
SHERIFF'S DEPUTY WHO BODY-SLAMMED BLACK STUDENT FIRED
In an interview with the Daily News, Todd Rutherford, the respected Columbia, S.C., attorney representing the assault victim of the recently terminated Deputy Ben Fields, revealed that his client, in addition to suffering injuries on her face, neck, and arm, is a recent orphan living in foster care.
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While her identity, no doubt, will eventually be leaked to the media, it's the goal of her foster mother to protect and care for her as well as she can considering the circumstances. She communicated to us that the young victim is devastated and emotionally traumatized by all that has happened to her.
School, as you can imagine, could be particularly tough for a young girl who has experienced so much pain and loss in her young life. To think that she has now suffered police brutality and is facing trumped up criminal charges for age-appropriate classroom behavior is just despicable.
There was also another police murder in #Ferguson
A cop that murdered a young white man won't be charged.
And we have a Boko Haram Update.
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Tonight's special guest is Ellyn Roberts Bell from Pacifica, California, and Stacey Ault Bell from Sacramento, California (not related), co-authors of "Singing with the Sirens: Overcoming the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Sexual Exploitation," available at Amazon. Poetic, hopeful, and powerful, "Singing with the Sirens" is a call for wounded women everywhere to reclaim their own truth, spirit, and to sing with their authentic voice. Both are trained as social workers and are they're partners in Bella Invictus Consulting for Personal and Social Change. Both are also survivors of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation. Numerous women in our culture have experienced shame, degradation, and despair as a result of having been sexually traumatized early in life. In "Singing with the Sirens," experts Ellyn Bell and Stacey Bell address the long term complex trauma that results from the sexual abuse and exploitation of girls and young women, drawing on their personal and professional experiences to explore the link between the sexual abuse of children, issues of attachment and safety, and the commercial exploitation of young people. But this is not strictly a scholarly book or a memoir of personal experience; rather, the authors address this problem from a perspective of self-realization and transformation, taking the reader on a journey through mythological tales toward finding healing from within.
Today is monday the 26th of October 2016 and we are planning to host ourown member of Congress to begin a new series of monday engagements with the members of congress to come and speak to our veteran audience regarding the actions of the current session of congress in the prepartion of how they intend to repay the honor debt due veterans.
We are not sure but we had attempted to schedule Representative Alan Lowenthal a Democrat from the 47th district of California. We are interested in Representative Lowenthal because of his record of advocacy of veterans issues and his leadership in heling to address issues affecting his community like homelessness, employment and benfits for veterans and their families. His position on HR 1292 DIsabled Veterans commissary Actand his help for our Ship the SS United States Conservancy among a few topics.
We will have an update on the Washington DC VAMC from our DC Correspondent and get update of ongoing areas of concern for the 3DEast ward and the lack of regard for the patients being left to feel unsafe in conditions not befiting a person traumatized by PTSD.
We will also have an update on the SS United States and our efforts to raise capital for the referbishment of this great superliner.
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Every therapist agrees that the impact of a traumatic event goes beyond physical damage. The emotional toll can result in a wide range of intense emotions and it takes time to recover emotional equilibrium. Being Black in America can be extraordinarily stressful. Being treated as “second class” citizen, called names, and being excluded shatter all sense of security, causing feelings of helpless and vulnerability in a dangerous world where feelings of anxiousness and uncertainty. These unsettling thoughts and feelings can only fade if life circumstances change. How to cope with feelings of injustice, racism and covert discrimination is a topic of debate in many Black American communities.
People react in different ways to traumatic events. There is no “right” or “wrong” way to think, feel or respond. The American public is intolerant of the reactions and feelings of Black Americans in Baltimore when they rioted protesting the murder of an unarmed Black American man. The city was put under curfew and the street activists were called “thugs”. There was no effort to send in counselors to help the “traumatized” people with the emotional event.
Persons who ignore feelings will slow the healing process; however, in the Black community, “forgive and forget” is the tenet. Following the killing of nine Black people in Charleston, South Carolina in a church during a prayer meeting by a young White American, statements of “we forgive him” were made before the dead was buried. That is not benevolence; that is denial.
The symptoms of traumatic stress include physical manifestations as well as emotional, such as, pounding heart, feelings of choked up, stomach churning, racing thoughts, raised blood pressure, headaches and difficulty sleeping.