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When Is Enough Truely Enough In 2011, the most recent year for which such data is available, black females were murdered by males at a rate of 2.61 per 100,000 in single victim/single offender incidents. For white women, the rate was 0.99 per 100,000. Ninety-four percent of black women were murdered by someone they knew. And the vast majority of homicides of black females were not related to any other felony crime. Most often, they were killed in the course of an argument. In cases where the circumstances could be identified, 87 percent were not related to the commission of any other felony. Here are some common reasons about women and domestic violence: A strong personal identificationbased on familial structure/hierarchy, patriarchal elements,and cultural identity (e.g., role as wife, mother, and homemaker) Religious beliefs that reinforce the woman's victimization and legitimizes the abuser's behavior Fear of isolation and alienation A strong loyalty to both immediate and extended family,as well as loyalty to race and culture (the ?yoke of silence?) Guarded trust and reluctance to discuss ?private matters? Fear of rejection from family, friends, congregation, and community Individual needs often defer to family unity and strength Distrust of law enforcement (fear of subjecting themselves and loved ones to a criminal and civil justice system they see as sexist, and/or racially and culturally biased) Skepticism and distrust that shelter and intervention services are not culturally or linguistically competent
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Brand New Information on the Table .By Tarhaka Amaana El Bey. Sunday Night January 27 2013 at 7:00 pm est.,. Please have pencil and paper handy for this SHOW!.Call in questions and comments # 310-982-4184 On Moorish Talk Live... more

Thursday night January 24th 2013 at 7:00 pm est Call in with questions and comments #310-982-4184 Tarhaka presents Dr Alim & Khadirah El Bey On Moorish Talk Live 100 at Blog Talk Radio http://www.tarhakaarchives.com

Self sustaining life systems in Moorish Communities Wednesday night January 23rd 2013 at 7:00 pm est On Moorish Talk Live 100 at Blog Talk Radio With special guest Sundiata Ameh El http://www.tarhakaarchives.com

Monday Night January 21, 2013 at 7:00 pm est On Moorish Talk Live 100 at Blog Talk Radio Tarhaka Presents Special guest Professor Phillip Call in with questions and comments # 310-982-4184 Don't miss this powerful and informative show... more

Federal and Civil Court Procedures Part # 9Brand New Information on the Table .By Tarhaka Amaana El Bey. Sunday Night January 20, 2013 at 7:00 pm est.,. Please have pencil and paper handy for this SHOW!.Call in questions and... more

Thursday night January 17, 2012 at 7:00 pm est Moorish Talk Live 100 at Blog Talk Radio Call in with questions and comments # 310-982-4184 Tarhaka presents Moors at the Summit Discuss the current progress of the community... more

Dr Amos Wilson Wednesday night January 16th 2012 at 7:00 pm est On Moorish Talk Live 100 at Blog Talk Radio. Call in # 310-982-4184 with questions and comments. Tarhaka presents the wisdom of Dr Amos Wilson Taken directly... more

Wednesday Night January 9th 2013 at 7:00 pm est. On Moorish Talk Live 100 at Blog Talk Radio Call in with questions and comments # 310-982-4184 Tarhaka Archives are now on line for your permanent Access go to... more

Sunday Night January 6th 2013 at 7:00 pm est. On Moorish Talk Live 100 at Blog Talk Radio Call in with questions and comments # 310-982-4184 With special guest Sharif Noble, Jermen Shannon El, Diallo Sekou, and More Tarhaka... more

Friday Night January 4th 2013 at 7:00 pm est. On Moorish Talk Live 100 at Blog Talk Radio Call in # 310-982-4184 What is a Contract? Where does contract law come from? What is a verbal contract? Can some one be held to a verbal... more
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