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We've had ennufff of the shame and secrecy associated with sexual violence. We'll talk through the tears and pain, confront the myths and begin healing.

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Ennufff will facilitate a reflective discussion about our most recent guests and shows. There's always something left unsaid and important topics we want to discuss further. Join us on November 12th as we circle back and look forward to... more

As we continue the conversation about Domestic Violence, Ennufff is mindful of the need to provide resources and safe places for those trying to escape this abuse. We are equally mindful of the cultural messages that allow Domestic... more

In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness month, Ennufff is relaunching on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at 8:00 pm (Pacific) and 11:00 pm (Eastern). Karen, Damali, and our very special guest will talk about how Domestic Violence... more

We cannot ignore the recent suicides in California, Nova Scotia, and India. Each of these young women were rape victims. Two of the three were violated and then re-victimized in social media. If nothing else, their lives and traumatic deaths,... more

Ennufff joins One Billion Rising this V-Day to end sexual abuse and violence. We are rising! Valentine's Day, particularly, in the Western World, symbolizes love. Yet, to so many (women and men) around the world, V-Day may also be a... more

Karen and Damali hope to look at why so many remain silent about abuse. Often, especially in Jamaican culture, you hear people say its for "Peace Sake," (i.e., in an effort to keep peace in the family, community....). We'll also talk about the... more

Join Karen and Damali in examining the relationship between objectification and violence against women. We will look at a study done in the Congo and contrast the cultural attitudes (displayed in that study) with similar sentiments found... more

Jerry Sandusky's conviction recently brought attention to a crime that has lurked in the shadows for far too long. Men are also victims/survivors of sexual assault. However, they suffer in an emasculating silence. As a survivor of sexual abuse... more

What does the word "Liberation" mean to you? What does it mean to Survivors of sexual violence? How does liberation feel? How does it show up in our lives? Is liberation possible after trauma? Does liberation come through forgiveness,... more

With Mother's Day approaching, our next show will examine women's power to work together and create change. We have the propensity to educate, raise awareness, and touch lives. Join Karen and I for an empowering hour. A special... more