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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 team of radio hosts: a Monday - WISDOM With Mama Dee Tuesday - Gathering of the Griots With Asadah Wednesday - Family Relationships With Naimah, co- hosts Karriem Hameed and Munirah Habeel. and the AM360 Family Thursday - Let's Talk About It With Myeka Friday - Health and Wellness With Viyahta Join us Saturday's for a special feature from 12 noon to 2 pm: Women Entrepreneurs International With B'Lov

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Can a person living their traditional religious culture coexist with Western society's practices of smoking, drinking, and uncommitted sex? In our first hour we talk to Hindu Priest Trividi of India and he explains how he and his family maintains the peaceful lifestyle of the Hindu religion even as residents of New York City. In the second hour we address the question, Can Women from cultural traditions of early marriage and non education of girl children evolve into independent businesswomen? Women's Empowerment activist Mrs. Uzma Naheed from India, President of Iqra International Women's Alliance has helped over 30,00 women. Shediscusses the challenges of women in India who are striving to live their religious culture and excel in business at the time. Women across world are striving to overcome cultural practices of keeping women poor send powerless by helping women increase literacy and technical skills to improve their economic opportunities. What should women in America be doing to prepare their daughters to create a balance of home life and professional life?
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