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Women have the power to transform this world. We can end crime, violence and poverty, if we all come together and share. Let's share our wisdom, time, talent, finances, and most of all, our love. Connect with women from around the globe as we build bridges of sisterhood and heal our inner spiritual wounds in order to build a stronger foundation for our families. Join us every weekday for enlightening, inspirational conversation with our guests as we discuss: Monday - Politics and Social Activism, Tuesday - Culture and Entertainment, Wednesday - Marriage and Relationships, Thursday - Business and Finance, Friday - Health and Wellness.

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We assume that because a system is electronic, it must be honest, after all, how can a machine lie? Well, the fact of the matter is, machines are programmed by people, and people DO lie. Is it possible the voting machines have been programmed to lie on Election Day? Is it possible some people who served in public office were never really elected? Dr. Lora Chamberlain reveals some shocking facts about the Election Day process. How would you feel if you discovered that some of your elected officials actually cheated to get in office? Dr. Chamberlain explains how we can protect our vote and prevent the wrong people from seizing power.

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We are eternal beings, living libraries of history. Our bodies are houses of DNA codes that record the memory of the experiences of our ancestors. We carry a genetic memory of places and events from the past that affect our present lives.... more

As DNA evidence continues to exonerate many who have served time for crimes of murder and rape, those who have been unjustly jailed are seeking to put their shattered lives back together. Filing a lawsuit against the government is a long... more

Many have said that young people need to learn the art of being married in order to become good husbands and wives. A group of educators are now seeking a detailed class on marriage and family to teach to high school freshman, So,... more

The philosophy of non-violence is not one of fear but of fearlessness in the face of violence. Much of the violence in the urban community is self inflicted by yesterday's neglected, rejected and abused children who have now come of age... more

At the end of his life, Dr. King's philosophy had transcended voting rights in the segregated South. His vision was about a transformed humanity, and his philosophy was that nonviolence was the key to such a transformation. Those... more

"Self Medication" is the term used for illegal drug and excessive alcohol use. People in emotional pain seek to find comfort in a substance that temporarily numbs the pain. Statistics show that the majority of inmates in jail are serving... more

Today is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday. The movie Selma depicts a significant event in his career as a young organizer and spokesman for the Civil Rights Movement. What can today's protesters against police brutality learn from... more

"He loves me, he bought me an expensive gift!" How often do we hear this kind of statement? Money means different things to different people and in a relationship when you put a price tag on love, you could very easily be setting... more

As candidates ponder strategies to end violence and bring economic opportunities to depressed urban communities, many are proposing to increase the police presence in high crime areas. But given the recent high... more