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Voices for Justice

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We Have a DREAM...A World Without Violence! "Voices for Justice", is a show of the National Women’s Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation (NWCAVE) highlighting those that make our world a better place to live through media, community, and lending a helping hand. The show explores the news, cases and life happenings that are making the headlines around the world

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Voices for Justice returns on September 4, 2010 three months to the date that Kyron Horman went missing from Skyline School in Portland, Oregon. Join us as we explore avenues that seem to have folks neglecting to consider. SHOW... more

PRE-RECORDED: An interview with host of "Voices for Justice" Michelle Bart along with other advocates in the Portland areas having a voice in the war against women and girls. Soundbyte provided by KBOO 90.7FM in Portland.

Join us as we sit down with author Susan Murphy Milano. Susan is an advocate for women and girls and has a "Voice for Justice" on domestic violence and criminal justice!

Join us on Wednesday, March 10th from 6:30-8pm PST (9:30-11pm EST) as we speak with private investigator Lawrence Olmstead and others on the search efforts for Amber Dubois.

Our panel discusses the recent document dump and why this case is taking so long to go to trial.

Anny Jacoby, Domestic Violence Survivor and founder of Project Safe Girls joins us to discuss "National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month" and how to STAY SAFE!

Jane Velez-Mitchell, host of "Issues" on HLN takes your calls. This media diva is making a difference in the lives of women, children, and animals!

Entertainment Tonight's Diane Dimond, Dr. Dale Archer, and others talk about John Edwards and other elected officials - when sex, lies, and elected office clash. photo by: mhp books

AMBER Ready CEO Frank Del Vecchio and mother of missing teenager Brittanee Drexel joins us for a one-on-one of where the search efforts are almost a year after Brit went missing during Spring Break 2009.

Jane and others reflect on the recent Human Trafficking Conference in Portland, Oregon. Jane receives the Soroptimist Ruby Award 2010!

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