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Cast:Dr. Tara Egan - hostJulie Owens - guest expertBea Coté - guest expertBetween the news media, the tabloids and social media, it is hard to have not heard about the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard trial and talk of domestic violence. What is happening in this trial that can give us a lot of useful information about domestic violence? Listen in on the discussion with Tara and her TWO domestic violence guest experts (Julie Owens and Bea Coté) during this informative and relevant episode about the details that have been unfolding and what can be learned from it, such as: The prevalent lack of understanding about what domestic violence is.That most domestic violence is not physical or criminal.Many abusers that have never been identified as criminals, may not see themselves as abusers and then the victim often doesn't either.Common characteristics of abusers.Common characteristics of survivors.The role media is having and how believable each party is and their likeable.Julie Owens is a survivor of domestic violence who has worked in the field of violenceagainst women and women's empowerment since 1989. She has founded a hospital Domestic Violence crisis response team, a transitional shelter, advocacy groups and training programs. Julie trains professionals widely and has served as an expert witness in both criminal and civil cases regarding domestic violence and domestic violence-related post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). To learn more about Julie and her services, visit HERE.Bea Coté is a social worker, therapist and advocate who has worked exclusively withabusers for over 22 years. Prior to that, her focus was on family violence/child abuse.She is the founder of IMPACT Family Violence Services LLC, and trains and consults regionally and nationally on all facets of domestic violence/intimate partner abuse and has developed an expertise in an overlooked DV demographic: the abuser. Bea also founded a non-profit organization, Step Up to Family Safety, a 501(c)3, which provides scholarships to qualified IMPACT clients.To learn more about Bea and the ImpactDV program, visit HERE.1-800-799-SAFEPost Separation Abuse Wheel - https://www.onemomsbattle.com/post-separation-abuseWebsite - For parents to learn more about Dr. Tara Egan's child & adolescent therapy services, books, webinars, public speaking opportunities, and coaching/consultation services, Go HERE.Facebook - HERE.YouTube - HERE.Instagram - HERE.Edited by Christian Fox
Lakeydra Houston, USAF Veteran, Space Force recruiter, MST survivor Find her on LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/lakeydrahouston About Lakeydra: For years I was ashamed…..only a few knew my secret and no one knew my pain! As a child, I was bullied at school and molested by a family member. Joining the military was my way to escape and blossom into the person I thought I wanted to be not knowing my life would change forever. Military Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence was not talked about and I was a victim of both. Due to embarrassment and fear of retaliation, I kept the incidents to myself and alcohol became my security. While I was trying to overcome my pain, my sister was murdered. I felt so alone, I was ready to end it all. After a suicide attempt, I realized it was more to live for and my faith was renewed. Since that day my pain birthed my purpose to be a voice for victims. We are a support system that will fight with you and for you so you are never alone during your healing. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tango-romeo/message
Corporate America is not immune to the impact of domestic violence. With over 70 million women in the workforce and 1-in-4 women experiencing abuse in the home most workplaces in America employ someone living in an abusive relationship. In this episode, we discuss the need for a "coordinated corporate response" to domestic violence, one that includes organization-wide and cross-departmental engagement, employee training, and occupational safety in order to nimbly address the needs of employees who experience domestic violence. Ruth Guerreiro, Senior Director of Clinical Services at Genesis Women's Shelter & Support, and Effie Dennison, Executive Vice President, Director of Community Development and Corporate Responsibility for Texas Capital Bank join the conversation to expand on how corporations can be the catalyst for change when an employee turns to their employer for support. Ruth Guerreiro is the Senior Director of Clinical and Non-Residential Services at Genesis Women's Shelter & Support (GWSS). For the past 10 years, Ms. Guerreiro has been advocating for and providing cutting-edge therapeutic services to women and children who have experienced domestic violence. She supervises and trains clinicians across all locations to guarantee that GWSS is providing best-practice therapies for clients. Ms. Guerreiro seeks out, develops, oversees and integrates trauma-informed programs to ensure the organization and staff continue to be thought leaders in the movement to end domestic violence. She is EMDR certified, an EMDRIA Consultant, an LCSW licensing supervisor, and a CPT provider, in addition to providing expert testimony in court on behalf of survivors. Ms. Guerreiro has provided individual and group therapy to over 1,000 survivors.Effie Dennison is Executive Vice President, Director of Community Development and Corporate Responsibility for Texas Capital Bank (TCB) and is responsible for the bank's strategic investment and community relations activities across all TCB Texas markets. Responsibilities include fulfillment of the banks' philanthropic giving, employee engagement and Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). Ms. Dennison is also President of Texas Capital Community Development Corporation (CDC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the bank that provides commercial loans for development and revitalization of economically distressed areas. The CDC also makes long-term investments in various funds that provide equity for small and mid-size businesses. Dennison has over 28 years of experience in financial services. Prior to joining Texas Capital Bank, Dennison served in executive roles as Director of Sales and Marketing for Vendor Resource Management, Fannie Mae North Texas and Senior Vice President of Community Development for Wells Fargo Bank-Texas.
It's Wine O'Clock and Juleen talks about the origins of Cinco de Mayo. Scary situation unfurls for Dave Chappelle. Find out why Kanye is back in the news and Amber Turd gets cancelled! Is there Cardi Beef with Billie Eilish? Juleen sits down with Pollyanna from Buried Pleasures. They talk about Domestic Violence and Juleen spills the tea on her own experience. Tune in for the latest entertainment news film reviews and so much more. It's Wine O'Clock and this is what really going down in the PM
“We're very ill-equipped in grief.” – Victoria VolkToday's featured author is mom, wife, US veteran, Grief Recovery Specialist, Reiki Master, and End-of-Life Doula, Victoria Volk. Victoria and I talk about her book, “The Guided Heart: Moving Through Grief and Finding Spiritual Solace”, the importance of addressing your grief, and more!! Key Things You'll Learn:How grief goes beyond the death of a loved oneSome of the ways that grief manifests in people's lives.How Reiki found Victoria and some of the benefits of Reiki.Why children are not resilient when it comes to grief Victoria's Site: https://www.theunleashedheart.com/Victoria's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Guided-Heart-Through-Finding-Spiritual/dp/0999243403/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= The opening track of this episode is titled “Violet” by MadXRuler. Click the following link to hear the full track and support the artist. https://madxruler.bandcamp.com/track/violet You May Also Like… Ep. 388 – “Types of Grief” with Tiffani Dilworth, MA, LCPC (@TiffaniDilworth): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-388-types-of/ Ep. 470.5 – “Business and Personal Secrets for Avoiding Relationship Landmines” with Frank Zaccari (@FZaccari): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-4705-business-and-personal-secrets-for-avoiding-relationship-landmines-with-frank-zaccari-fzaccari/ 229 – “Unbroken” with Tajci Cameron (@TajciCameron): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/229-unbroken-with-tajci-cameron-tajcicameron/ #M2M Bonus Ep. – “Mary Queen” with Lori J. Walker: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/m2m-bonus-ep-mary-queen-with-lori-j-walker/ Ep. 503 – “Domestic Violence & The Church” with Donna Wayles (@DWayles): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-503-domestic-violence-the-church-with-donna-wayles-dwayles/ Ep. 389 – “Unshakable, Undaunted, & Undefeated” with Elizabeth Meyers (@thelizmeyers): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-389-unshakable-undaunted-undefeated/ #GNPYear1 Bonus Episode 3 - "The Truth is Within" with Dee Delaney (@deedelaney01): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/gnpyear1-bonus-episode-3-the-truth-is-within-with-dee-delaney-deedelaney01/ #M2M Bonus Ep. – “Tragedy to Triumph” with Karuna (@LOKundalini): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/m2m-bonus-ep-tragedy-to-triumph-with-karuna-lokundalini/ 292.5 (Charm City Bonus Episode) – “Divorce Is Worse Than Death” with Stanley McCluskey: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/2925-charm-city-bonus-episode-divorce-is-worse-than-death-with-stanley-mccluskey/ 248.5 (Host 2 Host Special) – “A Self-Kick of Positivity” with Shelley Knight (@ShelleyFKnight): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/2485-host-2-host-special-a-self-kick-of-positivity-with-shelley-knight-shelleyfknight/ Ep. 454 – “Twenty-One Olive Trees” with Laura Formentini (@FormentiniLove): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-454-twenty-one-olive-trees-with-laura-formentini-formentinilove/ Ep. 483 – “Baby Aviva Orangutan Diva” with Hans Kullberg (@AvivasDaddy) #BABYAVIVA: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-483-baby-aviva-orangutan-diva-with-hans-kullberg-avivasdaddy-babyaviva/ 63 - "Blue Girls Turned Gold" with Myesha Monique Collins (@BlueTurnedGold): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/63-blue-girls-turned-gold-with-myesha-monique-collins-blueturnedgold/ 120.5 (Local Author Bonus Special) [LABS] - "The Children of Time" with Victory Parsons (@ReadLiftRepeat): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/1205-local-author-bonus-special-labs-the-children-of-time-with-victory-parsons-readliftrepeat/
“Take your time with decisions.” – Donna WaylesToday's featured author is wife, mom, technology teacher, and domestic abuse survivor, Donna Wayles. Donna and I talk about her book, “I'll Pray for You: A Christian Woman's Guide to Surviving Domestic Violence”, why relationship red flags need to be acknowledged, and more! Key Things You'll Learn:Why genuine Christianity involves overcoming struggles.Some of the red flags of abuse that Donna missed that you should avoid.How dealing with domestic abuse strengthened her empathy muscle as a teacher.Some ways to help those dealing or recovering from domestic abuse. Donna's Site: https://www.authordwayles.org/Donna's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Ill-Pray-You-Christian-Surviving/dp/163746035X/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= You May Also Like… Ep. 459 – “Secret Life of a Hollywood Sex & Love Addict” with Brianne Davis (@TheBrianneDavis): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-459-secret-life-of-a-hollywood-sex-love-addict-with-brianne-davis-thebriannedavis/ #M2M Bonus Ep. – “Mary Queen” with Lori J. Walker: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/m2m-bonus-ep-mary-queen-with-lori-j-walker/ Ep. 349.5 – “Signs in the Rearview Mirror” with Kelly Smith (@kellys_author): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3495-signs-in-the-rearview-mirror-with-kelly-smith-kellys_author/ 292 – “Surviving a High Conflict Divorce with a Covert Narcissist” with Lorilyn Bridges #C2H: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/292-surviving-a-high-conflict-divorce-with-a-covert-narcissist-with-lorilyn-bridges-c2h/ 276 – “Over My Dead Body” with Jen Gaudet (@jen_coaching): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/276-over-my-dead-body-with-jen-gaudet-jen_coaching/ 215 – “Supernatural Favor” with Sonja Prince-Ward: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/215-supernatural-favor-with-sonja-prince-ward/ 211 – “Tough Conversations” with David Wood (@_playforreal): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/211-tough-conversations-with-david-wood-_playforreal/ 116 - "Escaping the Rabbit Hole" with Tracey Maxfield (@maxfield_tracey): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/116-escaping-the-rabbit-hole-with-tracey-maxfield-maxfield_tracey/
Today on Rising, Fauci Minimizes Impact Of Lockdowns Amid Record OVERDOSES, Deaths Of Misery During Quarantine (00:00)THE REAL reason for baby formula shortage? Wall Street GREED: Briahna Joy Gray (14:15)Wealthy Democrats DUMBFOUNDED as Katie Porter warns of inflation PANIC (30:09)Joe Manchin BUCKS Dems, votes ‘NO' to codify Roe. Kamala Harris suggests REPLACING HIM (47:19)CRYPTO CRASH: Bad gov. regulations responsible? (59:39)Shireen Abu Akleh murdered by Israeli forces. MSM, State Department WHITEWASH shooting: Katie Halper (01:07:50)Potential OCTOGENARIAN presidency raises necessary questions about age & politics: Briahna & Robby (01:17:14)Where to tune in and follow: https://linktr.ee/risingthehillMore about Rising:Rising is a weekday morning show hosted by Ryan Grim, Kim Iversen, and Robby Soave. It breaks the mold of morning TV by taking viewers inside the halls of Washington power like never before, providing outside-of-the-beltway perspectives. The show leans into the day's political cycle with cutting edge analysis from DC insiders and outsiders alike to provide coverage not provided on cable news. It also sets the day's political agenda by breaking exclusive news with a team of scoop-driven reporters and demanding answers during interviews with the country's most important political newsmakers.
Stalking, rape, harassment, trauma, murder . . . these words represent the enormous reality that domestic violence has become a global epidemic. The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence defines domestic violence as . . . Willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and […]Read complete post.
Chceš více dílů Psychologického podcastu? Pojď na www.pickey.cz/psychologickypodcast Přemýšleli jste někdy nad tím, jak prožívají muži domácí násilí? Nebo proč se o něm tolik nemluví? A jak je časté? Co používají násilnice za strategie? To najdete v této epizodě. Kam se obrátit: bkb.cz persefona.cz adra.cz Budu ráda, když mě podpoříte zakoupením Galaxie hněvu na www.citoprostor.cz/galaxie-hnevu/ email@example.com IG: @evapsycholog Zdroje: Toxic Couples: The Psychology of Domestic Violence - Anna Motz, 2014 kapitola Introduction: kiss with a fist Kolbe, V., & Büttner, A. (2020). Domestic Violence Against Men— Prevalence and Risk Factors. Deutsches Arzteblatt International, 117(31–32), 534–541. https://doi.org/10.3238/arztebl.2020.0534 Hines, D. A., & Douglas, E. M. (2016). Sexual Aggression Experiences Among Male Victims of Physical Partner Violence: Prevalence, Severity, and Health Correlates for Male Victims and Their Children. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 45(5), 1133–1151. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-014-0393-0 Morgan, W., & Wells, M. (2016). ‘It's deemed unmanly': men's experiences of intimate partner violence (IPV). Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 27(3), 404–418. https://doi.org/10.1080/14789949.2015.1127986 Elmquist, J., Hamel, J., Shorey, R. C., Labrecque, L., Ninnemann, A., & Stuart, G. L. (2014). Motivations for Intimate Partner Violence in Men and Women Arrested for Domestic Violence and Court Referred to Batterer Intervention Programs. Partner Abuse, 5(4), 359–374. https://doi.org/10.1891/1946-65126.96.36.1999 Wilchek-Aviad, Y., Neeman-Haviv, V., Shagan, N., & ota-shushan, A. (2018). The Public Perception of Female and Male Violence in Marital Relationships. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 88(4), 312–328. https://doi.org/10.1080/00377317.2019.1561025 Huntley, A. L., Potter, L., Williamson, E., Malpass, A., Szilassy, E., & Feder, G. (2019). Help-seeking by male victims of domestic violence and abuse (DVA): A systematic review and qualitative evidence synthesis. In BMJ Open (Vol. 9, Issue 6). BMJ Publishing Group. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2018-021960 Music: www.free-stock-music.com
TRIGGER WARNING: for those who have experienced domestic violence in particular coercive control. In this episode we take a look at coercive control and domestic violence and what the current laws are now and how the laws might be changed in the future. As coercive control begins to become recognised by governments around the world including Australia. We also discuss how the Family Court as well as the Magistrates court deal and view coercive control. We also discuss what is coercive control. We explore reasons why you or your friend or family member might not leave such a relationship or may return a few times and how you can support them regardless. We also discuss how you can try and prove to the court the pattern of coercive control in order to get a protection order. Queensland Government Women's Safety Taskforce and Coercive Control Women's Safety and Justice Taskforce (the Taskforce)—chaired by the Honourable Margaret McMurdo AC—was established in March 2021 to examine coercive control, and review both the need for a specific offence of ‘domestic violence' and the experience of women across the criminal justice system. From this inquiry the Queensland Government will gradually introduce new and changed laws into Parliament to combat coercive control. (see their website for more info) Click here to learn more about your DIY DIVORCE BLUEPRINT Click here for our free checklist for your divorce and property settlement Sign up here for our next free online webinar You Don't Want to Miss Out On What the current law is now What is the current situation What the laws might be in the future How is that going to change things What is coercive control What are the things you need to show a court to prove coercive control How you can help yourself going through coercive control and domestic violence How you can help a friend going through coercive control and domestic violence How to prove coercive control? What are some examples of coercive control? Why are people staying in domestic violence situations Why won't she leave? Why won't he get out? How to get around the coercive control situation if you don't have an Australian visa? Domestic Violence and your australian citizenship How to stay safe when leaving a coercive control situation How to know if you are at risk? The history of how coercive control and domestic violence has been dealt with in Australia How to protect yourself from financial abuse after separation How to get legal representation when you don't have access to money but your ex does. How you can get an interim property settlement to help you be able to pay your legal fees and get a lawyer to help you. How to avoid the trap of coercive control after separation. How to leave safety from a coercive control relationship How gaslighting is a part of coercive control. The reason why people don't tell anyone about domestic violence How the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard situation shows how tricky it can be for anyone to figure out what's what in any relationship. If you need emergency help you can also contact: WOMEN'S SHELTER SERVICE LEGAL AID Lifeline 13 11 14 Mensline Australia 1300 789 978 Kids Help Line 1800 551 800 Aboriginal Family Domestic Violence Hotline 1800 019 123 Relationships Australia Police on 000 DVConnect Womensline on 1800 811 811 (24 hours, 7 days a week) Note: This number is not recorded on your phone bill DV Connect Mensline on 1800 600 636 National DV line on 1800 737 732.1800RESPECT 1800 737 732 Make sure you hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss out on the next practical steps and guide to your divorce or de facto separation coming soon. And, if you've found this episode helpful, please leave a rating and a review so it can help others. Thank you. Please note this is general advice only. Please always seek independent legal advice as everyone's situation is different.
Jessie Moss is an intuitive transformation coach, holistic healing facilitator, yoga master (plus many more talents by the way). She joins us for a beautiful conversation on this episode - ultimately about freedom and truth.Jessie takes on a journey of how she relieved herself from the pain of past experiences and limiting self-beliefs by starting to choose herself, over and over again.Having been through domestic violence and toxic relationships Jesse has spent many years coming out of the shadows and is now helping others to do the same.We talk about- Tuning into your inner world- Having awareness of our own patterns and behaviours- Not allowing the past to constantly define who we are- Ayahuasca and plant medicine for healing- Self-forgiveness- Plus much moreA truly immersive conversation that I sure you will love if you are looking to release old patterns, fears, beliefs and become the true you.Connect with Jessie at www.jessiemoss.comFind our Conversation Cards: www.consciousconversations.live
Branches advocates Shannon, Amber, Emily, and Sara sit down to talk about the domestic violence elements of the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard defamation case that is rising to the top of all our media and social media feeds the last few weeks. What does the case mean in the long term? What does it mean for survivors?
The Queensland Government will move to criminalise coercive control by the end of next year as part of a $363m reform package to address domestic and family violence. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk also announced a four-month Commission of Inquiry into the police handling of domestic violence incidents. Guest: Shannon Fentiman, Qld Attorney-General
When Melody McFadden was 17, her mother was shot and killed in a domestic violence incident. Her mother's boyfriend, who committed the murder, was a prior convicted felon who had obtained an illegal weapon. In 2014, Melody's niece was killed by a stray bullet, also from an illegal weapon.Ruhi Bengali is a new mom and a gun violence researcher whose work reveals that women with children, including those who are pregnant or postpartum, face significantly higher risk of gun violence from a partner or former partner than any other demographic in the United States. Melody and Ruhi are important voices at the intersection of gun violence and intimate partner violence: both are mothers who are working to better understand the underpinnings of gun violence against women in order to create a safer future for mothers everywhere. Together they are also a wellspring of knowledge on issues surrounding gun access, related legislation, current research, and boots on the ground action to reduce gun violence against mothers. Ruhi Bengali is an Associate Research Director at Everytown for Gun Safety and leads their research efforts on the intersection of gun violence and intimate partner violence, the impact of gun violence on children and teens and school violence. Melody McFadden is a gun violence survivor and volunteer with Moms Demand Action in South Carolina as well as a Senior Fellow with the Everytown Survivor Network. Melody is a dedicated advocate for gun violence prevention, with a specific focus on the many facets of domestic violence, trauma, and prohibiting people with dangerous histories from obtaining guns.
Women who have experienced violence are frequently misdiagnosed and admitted to psychiatric wards, forced to share services and common areas with men. But in what's being touted as an Australian-first, a women only trauma hospital is about to come online soon.
The infamous case of John and Lorena Bobbitt made international headlines and became a part of pop culture phenomena. In 1993, Lorena Bobbitt cut off her husband's penis with a knife while he was sleeping. Mountain Murders takes a deep dive into the couple's history which included domestic violence and sexual abuse. Join us for a brand new episode!Intro Music by Joe Buck YourselfHosts Heather and Dylan Packeremail firstname.lastname@example.org
Domestic Violence Resulting in 100+ Surgeries and Lifelong Disabilities. Victoria shares the horrific story and breaking free to build a fulfilling life. Plus, how she uses her experience to help others. Brought to you by Shatterproof for First Responders at FHE Health. Saving and rebuilding the lives of First Responders. Because sometimes the Helpers Need Help. For 24/7 Confidential Free Information call 833-776-1420. Little did she know that she married a violent psychopath who took both her and her unborn daughter to death's door on more than one occasion. Victoria Coure is our guest. She had no idea that her marriage would become one of extreme domestic violence. Victoria has endured 100+ surgeries, and lifelong disabilities as a result of the violent assaults. She shares her horrific story, and how she broke free to build an amazing life. Be sure to Like and Follow us on Facebook. If you enjoy the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast, please tell a friend or two, or three about it. Victoria wrote a book about her life which is titled "Who Kicked First A Memoir". She also continues to work to help others at A Contagious Smile. Supporting families with both special needs as well as survivors of domestic violence for well over 16 years now. As a special needs parent, a survivor of domestic violence, and being special needs herself, she understands first-hand just how challenging it was and still is to be able to find the assistance that you need. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer. Never miss out on an episode of the Law Enforcement Today Podcast, AND be automatically entered in all future contests. Simply subscribe to our free email newsletter, never more than 2 issues a week sent out. Click here and scroll down about halfway. Check out the Clubhouse: Drop In Audio Chat App for free. It is social audio, think of truly interactive talk radio. Be sure to become a member of our club for free, LET Radio and Podcast. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. In the Clubhouse app look for and follow @LetRadioShow. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show email@example.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on The 8 More Than 92 Harrison and Najee discuss the Aj brown debacle, Najee's upcoming deployment, NBA playoffs, Johnny Depp trial, Men not getting the same compassion for domestic violence when their the victim, YT folks getting famous off of reciting lyrics ….. As always this is The 8 More Than 92 podcast, Where we always keep it
On the first stop of the “Las cuatro esquinas Tour” around the United States, Dr. Adriana Pacheco and Seattle Escribe bring together a panel of key players in education, culture, and literature to discuss names, topics, trends and voices in literature by writers of hispanic heritage and their impact on the culture. The literature of writers from Spanish-speaking countries who write from the United States, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Spain is impacting the world in an unprecedented way. Awards, publishing houses, curated lists, and translations of new books give proof of the movement. Hablemos, escritoras has followed these changes and recognizes synergies that mark our contemporary world, as well as the causes and motivations that have driven the phenomenon. This talk, part of the 2022 “Las cuatro esquinas Tour” around the United States, will allow for conversations with cultural advocates, members of the community, and especially readers about what we have learned after years of work. Most importantly, it offers space to learn what is happening in our region, the challenges we face, and the road that still needs to be traveled in recognizing new names, topics, and trends. The tour's goal is to broaden the scope of the conversation beyond regional borders and to encourage and foster meaningful, nationwide conversations about the presence, impacts, and influences of literature, language, and the hispanic culture in the United States. This event will be presented in English. Presented by Town Hall Seattle, Seattle Escribe, and Hablemos, escritoras. Participants Catalina Marie Cantú (Xicana) is of Indigenous Mexican/Madeiran heritage and is a multi-genre writer, interdisciplinary artist, Jack Straw Fellow, and Alum of VONA/Voices and The Mineral School. She has received funding from Artists' Trust, Hugo House, Centrum, and Hedgebrook. Her poems and stories have been published widely and anthologized. Cantú earned a B.A. in La Raza Studies and a J.D. from the University of Washington, where she was a co-founding member of the groundbreaking Latinx groups MEChA and Teatro del Piojo. As a volunteer attorney, she managed the King County Bar Association Bilingual Spanish Legal Clinic. She is a co-founding member and current Board President of La Sala Latinx Artists and former chair of Los Norteños NW Latino Writers. As a writer, Cantú's goal is to bring her Latinx BIPOC family viewpoint to the page and provide stories to connect readers to themselves and their familias. She is currently finishing her braided essay collection and her first YA novel. She lives on the unceded traditional land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically, the first people of Seattle, the Duwamish People. Miguel Guillén joined ArtsWA in 2016 and currently serves as Program Manager for the Grants to Organizations program. As a seasoned arts administrator, Miguel provides support to community-based arts organizations and projects, small arts groups, and artists across Washington. He has previously managed arts programs for the private sector. Born in Mexico and raised in the Skagit Valley of Washington State, Miguel received an Arts Management Certificate from Seattle Central College. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle. He is a practicing visual artist. Claudia Castro Luna is an Academy of American Poets Poet Laureate fellow (2019), WA State Poet Laureate (2018-2021), and Seattle's inaugural Civic Poet (2015-2018). Castro Luna's newest collection of poetry, Cipota Under the Moon, is forthcoming in May of 2022 from Tia Chucha Press. She is also the author of One River, A Thousand Voices, the Pushcart-nominated Killing Marías, which was also shortlisted for WA State 2018 Book Award in poetry, and the chapbook This City. Her most recent non-fiction is in There's a Revolution Outside, My Love: Letters from a Crisis. Living in English and Spanish, Claudia writes and teaches in Seattle on unceded Duwamish lands where she gardens and keeps chickens with her husband and their three children. Alfonso Mendoza is a Mexican author that has written and published more than forty peer reviewed academic articles and chapters in the areas of economics, finance, and social sciences. As a creative writer, he enjoys writing short stories and poetry. Alfonso was a founding member of Seattle Escribe and participated as a student in the first writing workshop. Since then, he has remained in close contact with creative writing and the writers in the group. He is the current president of Seattle Escribe. José Luis Montero is passionate about storytelling regardless of the medium. After dabbling in radio, photography, and filmmaking, he turned his artistic attention towards the written word, both in English and Spanish. He was born and raised in Mexico and has lived most of his adult life in Seattle. He earned a certificate in Literary Fiction from University of Washington and a Master in Narrative and Poetry from Escuela de Escritores in Madrid. Upon his return from Spain, he worked as a production intern for Copper Canyon Press and assistant editor of poetry for Narrative Magazine before becoming a resident of the Jack Straw Writers Program in 2021. He is the former president of Seattle Escribe, a nonprofit promoting Spanish literature, and currently serves on the board of Seattle City of Literature. Dr. Adriana Pacheco was born in Puebla, Mexico and is a naturalized American Citizen. She sits at, and is the former Chair of, the International Board of Advisors at University of Texas Austin. She is an Affiliate Research Fellow at Llilas Benson, a Texas Book Festival Featured Author (2012), has several publications in collective books and magazines and has edited several books like Romper con la palabra. Violencia y género en la literatura mexicana contemporánea (Eón, 2017), and Para seguir rompiendo con la palabra. Dramaturgas, cineastas, periodistas y ensayistas mexicanas contemporáneas (Literal/Eón, 2021). She is the founder and producer of Hablemos Escritoras podcast and its accompanying encyclopedia, and founder of the first online bookstore for the United States focusing on women writing in Spanish or of Hispanic heritage: Shop Escritoras. She is currently working on several new books. Rubi Romero has worked as a content and policy manager, technical account manager, and UX Researcher at Amazon. In addition, Rubi serves as one of the leaders for Latinos@; an affinity group at Amazon, as a Career Development Director, and as a project manager for the Hispanic Heritage Month. Rubi graduated from the University of Washington with a Master's Degree in Digital Business and a B.A. in Communications and Sociology. Previously, she was a Project Manager for Microsoft and a Program Director for a non-profit organization where she built a State Program to assist Latino Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Human Trafficking. Rubi is originally from Mexico City and has lived in Seattle since 1994. Kristen Millares Young is a journalist, essayist and novelist. Named a Paris Review staff pick, her debut novel Subduction won Nautilus and IPPY awards. Her short stories, essays, reviews and investigations appear most recently in the Washington Post, The Rumpus, PANK Magazine, the Los Angeles Review, and others, as well as the anthologies Alone Together, which won a Washington State Book Award in general nonfiction, and Advanced Creative Nonfiction: A Writer's Guide and Anthology. She is the editor of Seismic: Seattle, City of Literature, a 2021 Washington State Book Award finalist in creative nonfiction. A former Hugo House Prose Writer-in-Residence, Kristen was the researcher for the New York Times team that produced “Snow Fall,” which won a Pulitzer Prize. Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here.
Former Australian of the Year, Rosie Batty has criticised the major parties for their "deafening silence" on family violence as the election campaign enters its final fortnight. The criticism comes after a week that saw interest rates and leaders' gaffes dominate the agenda.
Family violence campaigner Rosie Batty has formed her own national trauma recovery alliance, calling for more funding and focus on trauma and recovery services. Rosie says domestic violence is a public health crisis and yet the major parties remain silent on policy.
Have you ever experienced a moment so dark, that you wonder if God really cares - or if He even exists?On this episode of the Limitless Spirit Podcast, our host Helen Todd speaks with Colette Pella. Colette is a social worker who is passionate about supporting young mothers and domestic abuse survivors. Her passion comes from her own experience and testimony of redemption from domestic abuse, alcoholism, and severe depression. In this episode, you'll hear how Colette began to witness physical abuse in the home at the age of 4, how she became dependent on alcohol in elementary school, and how God saved her from suicide in the midst of an abusive marriage. 5:50 - Colette's childhood11:15 - Her parents' faith12:20 - Drinking alcohol at age 914:25 - Did anyone try to help Colette as a child?17:20 - Colette's abusive marriage and severe depression29:54 - How can we help people in similar situations?If you would like to learn more about the World Mission Alliance and how you can become involved, visit rfwma.org or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the Limitless Spirit Podcast, click below:Support the show (https://rfwma.org/give) Email us your questions and comments at email@example.comWMA is 501(c)(3), donations are tax deductibleSupport the show
Join us as we bring you fresh updates on cases we have previously covered, including the unsolved Delphi murders, Lori Vallow, Susan Cox Powell, and many more. If you or someone you know is in a Domestic Violence situation, call the National Domestic Violence hotline at 1-800-799-7233. If you have any information about the disappearance of Kyron Horman, please contact the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office Tip Line at 203-261-2847. If you have any information about the disappearance of Meghan Marohn is urged to call 911 or State Police detectives at 413-499-1112 or Lee Police Department at 413-243-553. If you have any information about the disappearance of Jermain Charlo, please contact Detective Guy Baker of the Missoula Police Department at 406-552-6284 or CrimeStoppers at 406-721-4444. If you have any information about the murders of Liberty German and Abigail Williams, please call 765-822-3535 to submit an anonymous tip, or submit via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Links and Resources Donate to Meghan Marohn's family Stand With Breonna Taylor Lori Vallow pleads not guilty to murder of her 2 children - ABC News (go.com) https://abc7ny.com/robert-bierenbaum-gail-katz-murder-disappearance-2020-tonight/11151762/ Susan Powell Update: Were Her Remains Found? | Heavy.com https://www.woodtv.com/news/grand-rapids/breonna-taylors-family-you-are-not-alone/ https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/kyron-richard-horman Madeleine McCann: Christian Brueckner declared formal suspect - BBC News Meghan A. Marohn's family offering a $50,000 reward to anyone who has information on the missing New York school teacher - masslive.com https://www.montanarightnow.com/all_abc_fox/missoula-police-following-up-on-potential-new-tips-on-jermain-charlo-case/article_616b681a-df2c-11e9-bc17-034975a25954.html Breaking: Adoptive Parents of Missing Twins Orson and Orrin West Arrested for MURDER – Crime Online
The best friend of Susan Powell, Kiirsi Hellewell, takes us through the moments when she heard the news that her best friend was missing and the ripple effect of events that followed to find her friend Susan.
Almost every other day we hear a story about domestic violence and abuse. Unfortunately it's been something that has been consistent over the years, though domestic violence knows the gender, statistically women are more likely to suffer and die at the hands of their male partners. In this episode we share the laws set out to protect us from domestic violence, the punishments for offenders and what to do if ever you find yourself in such a situation. A very sensitive and important topic, ensure you share it, it really can come in handy. Make sure you rate, share and leave a comment wherever you listen to the podcast telling us how much you enjoyed the episode!. Always use the hashtag LegalAvenuePodcast to let us know what you think of the episode, we love hearing from you... Follow Us on Instagram @legalavenuepodcast @mandyuzoagba @lolaoj Twitter @legalavenue_pod @mandyuzoagba @lola_oj --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/legal-avenue-podcast/message
Ellie Shefi walked through hell and came out happy.Elli grew up in a family that struggled finically. Ellie and her family would dig in trashcans for aluminum cans and newspapers to recycle for money. She is also a survivor of abuse and rape and a survivor of domestic violence that forced her to live under a fake name and a ghost file.Ellie has also been homeless (or as I prefer to call it “housing challenged”). She has lived in her car and eating food that restaurants were throwing away at the end of the night.Ellie is also a uterine cancer survivor and a medical miracle that has been told that she would be dead by and keeps on living.Ellie has survived all of that and today she is attorney, entrepreneur, a number one international best-selling author, speaker, strategist, consultant, coach, and philanthropist. Ellie shares how she has successfully moved from the hardest and darkest days of her live to the success she is enjoying today.Ellie shares what has inspired her and who has motivated her to become successful.You can purchase Ellie's books, from Amazon by going to https://www.amazon.com/Ellie-D-Shefi/e/B08GKYGQ2Z?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1&qid=1651239847&sr=8-1 or visiting booksbyellie.comYou can connect with Ellie Shefi by visiting https://www.ellieshefi.com/ Hey #DefineYourselfers, I am the Chris Mitchell. I want to let you know that I am looking for guests for a new podcast I am launching in June. Guests should identify as both successful and disabled. So, if you identify as successful and living with any type of disability: physical, visual, hearing, learning, mental I want to hear from you. Send me an email at Chris@thechrismitchell.com. That is Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/DefineYourself)
In today's episode, you will learn how to reclaim your life after trauma, a toxic relationship, or domestic violence. #loveyourselfIf you or someone you love is in a violent relationship, please text START to 88788 or call1-800-799-7233.About Brandi:Brandi was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and her family is her rock.She became a mother in 2014. Fast forward, and Brandi has 4 little humans to raise as a single mom; a tough, yet rewarding job!After graduating high school she went on to earn a Bachelor's in Science at Louisiana State University.Brandi was a stay-at-home-mom for 5 years and then began working at an assisted living community in Loveland as a Bookkeeper. Eventually, she was able to open her own bookkeeping business called Blue Colors Bookkeeping."Remember that you were once a five-year-old little girl... dancing in the mirror, laughing and smiling at your reflection. You're still that little girl inside... " - BrandiFrom Brandi -"I have fought in my life, it is how to rise above your circumstances and create the life you want for yourself! I won't bore you with all the details, but I will tell you that I lost myself completely. Even though I had a strong foundation of confidence and self-love as a child and adolescent, life's circumstances tore it to pieces in a few short years. Luckily I had been building a network of strong individuals over the years who gave me the perspective I needed to find my inner strength again. I learned there was still some fight in me, and I emerged from my ashes like a Phoenix Rising! Once I started telling my story, I realized how many women were fighting the same fight! This Reclaim Journal is a compilation of everything that brought me from zero to hero! I cannot wait to share it with you! "Contact Brandi:https://www.facebook.com/reclaimjournalBuy Brandi's Journal:Reclaim JournalFacebookMs. United StatesInstagramUnited States National PageantSupport the show (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/authentic-voice-with-janice-mcqueen/id1462542236)
Monty & Jake are talking Utah Jazz basketball! With the season now over, the rumors surrounding the Utah Jazz are spreading like wildfire! But perhaps no player is more talked about than Utah Jazz Center Rudy Gobert, and the main question seems to be Rudy Gobert and his happiness with the Utah Jazz! Monty & Jake have new information on Rudy Gobert's feeling on his role with the team! The guys also have the latest on Utah Jazz Head Coach Quin Snyder, and what the Utah Jazz are thinking about Quin Snyder, and if Quin Snyder will return as Head Coach of the Utah Jazz. The NBA Playoffs continue to produce heated games, including the Memphis Grizzlies and Golden State Warriors. Draymond Green was ejected for a flagrant foul penalty 2, but was it the right call? Was Draymond Green's foul on Brandon Clarke worthy of an ejection? Did the Memphis Grizzlies miss an opportunity to win Game 1 with Draymond Green out? The Phoenix Suns tip off round 2 of the NBA Playoffs tonight vs the Dallas Mavericks in Phoneix, what can we expect from Devin Booker, who is still recovering from a hamstring injury? LA Dodgers Pitcher Trevor Bauer was given a two year suspension by MLB, and is now not eligible to play until the 2024 Season. The 324 game suspension is the longest suspension in MLB history for Domestic Violence, and Trevor Bauer has appealed. Was the suspension warranted? Was the suspension of Trevor Bauer too long? Too Short? Was it justified? How do you define cheating on social media. A woman is divorcing her husband because she got in to his social media, on his phone, and found that he only followed account of women, who do not wear much clothing, and she says he was being unfaithful to her. Was she correct? Should a spouse have access to your social media accounts? Should your spouse or partner have access to your cell phone? The guys talk about their trip to Little Moab and the performance of their Jeep Wrangler JL Rubicon ..and what is next in their project to remake the Jeep. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Tiktok: TheMontyShow & SLCSupercars Our Amazon Essentials List: Easily The Best T-Shirt I Own! https://amzn.to/39l1mmx Yes, You Should Wear A Mask: https://amzn.to/3kbTKor Your Car Is A Mess! https://amzn.to/3LfsvoY AirPod Pro's Are On Sale!! https://t.co/ooLOAN7Qr5 Dots Pretzels Are Amazing! https://amzn.to/3r3mxiV The Best Protein Bars EVER!: https://amzn.to/3D9wQGv 10 Calorie 1G Sugar ...Rockstar Recovery: https://amzn.to/2WgUQa4 Core Water: https://amzn.to/3rVDMUc Cholestoff Heart Supplement: https://amzn.to/3uQFOXw CoQ10 Vitamin Supplement: https://amzn.to/3HZ4ErJ Ashwagandha! https://amzn.to/3u3rCdf
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Femicide, the intentional killing of a woman because she is a woman, is a pervasive and brutal form of male violence against women that persists worldwide. Together with femicide researcher Dawn Wilcox, we explore the dynamics of femicide through the lens of Women Count USA, a femicide accountability project she developed that chronicles victims of femicide in the United States from 1950 onward. According to Wilcox, “male violence against women and girls is a preventable public health crisis. Femicide, domestic violence and sexual assault are intolerable violations of the basic worth, dignity and human rights of women and girls in the United States and the world.” The comprehensive database of femicide victims that is Women Count USA is intended to not only provide data about femicide but also uplift its victims and give each of them a name. Dawn Wilcox is a registered nurse with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Texas Woman's University and 27 years of service in the nursing profession. Her dedication to women who are victims of violence has been a decades-long journey since having survived her own experiences of abuse and gender-based violence.
On this episode of ILMP, it's a little personal this time around. I wanted to talk about the Amber Heard and Johnny Depp case and it's effect on the discussion about Domestic Violence. I also discuss Meg The Stallion/Tory Lanez, Blac Chyna/Rob Kardashian in relation to the current state of men and women in relationships and why is it looked down upon when men are victims of Domestic Abuse. Want to help support Iggy's Loudmouth Podcast??? Subscribe to the Podcast and Follow the Links Below! Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/iggys-loudmouth-store IG: https://www.instagram.com/iggysloudmouthpodcast/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/3205412326226271/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iggysloudmouthpodcast/message
Domestic violence is all around us. Why do we not hear about it more?? People are scared to come forward and talk because they face threats of violence. Kelci coming on is so brave, and she has already helped a lot of women that have been in this position. Awareness is key, and any help you can provide, we would love to get resources out there. We are currently starting a non profit for domestic violence. KELTY FOUNDATION INC. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tyler-griffith5/message
Susan Cox met Josh Powell at a church function and they were quickly engaged and then married, all within 6 months. Swiftly, the honeymoon phase ended and strange incidents developed with in -laws, family and friends. This interview with Susan Powell's best friend, Kiirsi Hellewell, sheds light on the control, manipulation and intimidation that all led up to her mysterious disappearance.
Kristin starts us off with a catfish…. AUSTRALIAN STYLE! When Davine Arckens was 24-years-old, she set off on the adventure of a lifetime: A year in Australia. She had such a good time that she decided to extend her stay for an additional year. But in order to do that, she had to find work. It didn't take long for Davine to connect online with a farmer named Max. He claimed he owned a remote farm and he needed a farmhand to help him raise cattle. Then Brandi tells us a story of domestic violence. Camia Gamet crouched down in the bushes outside her boyfriend's apartment and called 911. She asked the dispatcher to send help to her boyfriend's apartment. Except, she didn't admit that it was her boyfriend's apartment. And when the dispatcher asked who she was, Camia ended the call. And now for a note about our process. For each episode, Kristin reads a bunch of articles, then spits them back out in her very limited vocabulary. Brandi copies and pastes from the best sources on the web. And sometimes Wikipedia. (No shade, Wikipedia. We love you.) We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the real experts who covered these cases. In this episode, Kristin pulled from: “Backpacker kidnapped and shackled in abandoned pig shed by madman,” episode of 60 Minutes Australia “Backpacker rapist Gene Charles Bristow, who kept kidnap victim in pig shed, jailed,” by Rebecca Opie for ABC Australia “European backpacker says she felt like a ‘slave' during two-day rape ordeal in ‘dirty pig shed'” by Rebecca Opie for ABC Australia “Australian farmer Gene Charles Bristow guilty of raping backpacker,” BBC News “Alleged rapist Gene Charles Bristow admits to using fake name,” by Rebecca Opie for ABC Australia “Lawyer for alleged ‘pig shed' rapist Gene Bristow accuses backpacker of making up evidence,” by Rebecca Opie for ABC Australia “Farmer who kidnapped and raped a Belgian backpacker he kept prisoner in pig shed loses appeal against his convictions,” Australian Associated Press In this episode, Brandi pulled from: “Camia Gamet” episode Snapped “Broken glass, dented frying pan, busted lamp found near body of Marcel Hill, allegedly beaten, stabbed to death by girlfriend” by Danielle Salisbury, mlive.com “Case manager testifies she warned Marcel Hill of Camia Gamet, the woman accused of killing him” by Danielle Salisbury, mlive.com “The Domestic Abuse and Brutal Murder of Marcel Hill” by Anita Durairaj, Medium “The Camia Gamet Murder Case” Jim Fisher True Crime “State of Michigan v. Camia Tiffany Gamet” justia.com “Camia Gamet” murderpedia.org YOU'RE STILL READING? My, my, my, you skeezy scunch! You must be hungry for more! We'd offer you some sausage brunch, but that gets messy. So how about you head over to our Patreon instead? (patreon.com/lgtcpodcast). At the $5 level, you'll get 30+ full length bonus episodes, plus access to our 90's style chat room!
Domestic violence is a pattern of abusive behavior in which one partner repeatedly uses physical force or threats of violence against the other partner. It can take many forms, including physical, sexual, emotional, and economic abuse. Domestic violence affects everyone, no matter what age or size, and it is an important topic we should cover, however, it might be triggering for some people. If you're worried that someone you know may be experiencing domestic violence, it's important to talk to them about it. In today's episode, our guest Dr. Claudia B. Fenderson, EdD shares with us relevant information about the resources available to help victims get out of abusive relationships and discloses why professionals like pediatricians can play an important role in identifying and providing resources to children and families affected by domestic violence. Dr. Claudia B. Fenderson has served as the Director/Chair of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Marist College until her retirement this past year. She has a BS in Physical Therapy from Columbia University; an MS in Physical Therapy from Long Island University and an EdD in Child and Youth Studies from Nova Southeastern University. Her career spans more than 45 years and the majority of her experience has been in the areas of education and neurologic rehabilitation, primarily in infants and preschoolers with developmental delays and disabilities. Key Highlights: [00:01 - 09:31] Open Segment How Dr. Claudia got interested in domestic violence Violence can be classified into four types: physical, sexual, psychological, and economic Domestic violence can involve any type of abuse, from physical to emotional to financial, and can happen to anyone [09:32 - 20:07] Have Conversations About Healthy Relationships with All of Your Patients There are warning signs that should be observed in order to identify domestic violence It is important for professionals to ask about domestic violence when they are concerned for a child's wellbeing How to identify a controlling relationship, and offer resources to teens who are in a difficult relationship [20:08 - 33:28] Provide Resources and Support to Victims During Covid was difficult to identify people who were experiencing domestic violence Health care professionals should be aware of risks and be prepared to help victims in difficult situations Domestic violence is a problem that affects both men and women, but it is especially an issue for women Healthcare providers should be aware of the signs and symptoms of domestic violence [33:29 - 41:45] Help Patients Feel Less Alone By asking questions, clinicians can help prevent harm to patients and children Offering resources and help to adult victims of domestic violence is essential Adults need to know that they are not alone and that they can come to talk to us if they need help [41:46 - 44:38] Final Takeaways All professionals who care for kids have an opportunity to ask about domestic violence and safety Domestic violence and intimate partner violence is all about control We often consider physical abuse, but we need to think about emotional abuse Domestic violence is common with estimates that one-third of men and women have been in a domestic violence situation and that 15% of children may have witnessed domestic violence Domestic violence is a public health concern Teens who have witnessed domestic violence may believe that violence is an acceptable way to deal with conflict Ask universally about domestic violence and intimate partner violence The covid pandemic increased the incidence of child abuse and neglect, and domestic violence Other risk factors for domestic violence may include immigrant status How do we help? When domestic violence is disclosed, reassure the victim that no one deserves to be abused Assess the safety Know the resources in your community Let the victim know they are not alone and that...
Abuse is not as black and white as many of us would like to think. Individuals in abusive situations face major challenges that are not obvious to the general public, which is why the work of Henderson House is so important. Henderson House is the only local shelter and advocacy center for victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence in Yamhill County. Their mission is to provide culturally aware outreach, education, and services for victims of domestic and sexual violence through leadership, hope and respect for thriving families.While Henderson House is a crucial resource, the work of stopping abuse starts with us as a community. It is important to learn the signs of abuse and educate our own families, friends, and neighbors about the resources available. In this episode, we cover many of the myths surrounding domestic and sexual abuse, the cycle of abuse, the power and control wheel, services provided by Henderson House, and many other informative topics. Trigger warning: This episode contains content that may be triggering to individuals who have experienced abuse.You can find more information about Henderson House at https://www.hendersonhouse.org/Support the show (https://www.thejoyfulrobertsgroup.com/supportthegivingtown)
The content of today's show won't be uplifting, at least not most of it, but it's real and necessary information not to be ignored or forgotten. We will be talking about intimate partner violence or domestic violence and abuse so sensitive ears may want to avoid listening. My colleague Mariel Fiori shared this first story with me and covered it on her radio show which is in Spanish, but I'll link to it for those who are able to listen. It's a story about a 17 year old girl, Yesmi Lara, who was severely beaten by the father of her two year old daughter. You can contribute to Yesmi Lara's Go Fund Me.Then I share from this article, Six Ways to Support a Loved One In An Abusive Relationship via NPR and talk about the impacts of trauma and abuse via the story of Melissa Lucio. False confessions are more common than you might think. More than a quarter of people exonerated by the Innocence Project in recent decades had confessed to the crime they allegedly committed, as Science reported.Then there was this important news story related to abuse in the military, Air Force General Found Guilty of Sexual Assault via NPR.Here's the info about the Women Who Serve in the Military event happening this Friday, April 29th, and the Stand Against Racism Event at YWCA Ulster County on Friday, 4/29 at 4:30PM.We take a break from the heavy to talk this weekend's NEW MOON REPORT!In the second half of the show I welcome Lara Sabanosh who grew up in various parts of the country and for a time, lived overseas in Guantanamo Bay (GTMO), where she was an education service facilitator at the Fleet and Family Support Center and became acting director in December 2013. She spent much of her adult life as a wife, mother and student, eventually completing two doctoral degrees. Six years in the making, her new book, Caged: The True Story of Abuse, Betrayal and GTMO, is an honest and introspective memoir detailing the never-before-told other side of an international, headline story, taking readers through the first twenty years of her tumultuous marriage to Christopher Tur, to events as she lived them on the night he went missing and the aftermath. Lara is currently retired from government service, residing quietly in Pensacola, Florida, surrounded by her loving family, dogs, and grand puppies.Lara shares about the difficulties and challenges faced when confronting and getting out of an abusive relationship, about the prevalence of abuse in the military and how they are failing to properly address it, and how she has learned to talk to her children about it and why that's important.Today's show was engineered by Ian Seda of Radio Kingston.Our show music is from Shana Falana !!!Feel free to email me, say hello: firstname.lastname@example.org** Please: SUBSCRIBE to the pod and leave a REVIEW wherever you are listening, it helps other users FIND IThttp://iwantwhatshehas.org/podcastITUNES | SPOTIFY | STITCHERITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i-want-what-she-has/id1451648361?mt=2SPOTIFY:https://open.spotify.com/show/77pmJwS2q9vTywz7Uhiyff?si=G2eYCjLjT3KltgdfA6XXCASTITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/she-wants/i-want-what-she-has?refid=stpr'Follow:INSTAGRAM * https://www.instagram.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcast/FACEBOOK * https://www.facebook.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcastTWITTER * https://twitter.com/wantwhatshehas
This week we are doing a special episode highlighting legislation recently passed in Utah that affects victims of crime. Every April, the Justice Department's Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) leads communities across the country in observing National Crime Victims' Rights Week (NCVRW) to honor crime victims, promote their rights and recognize victim advocates. This year's observance, the 41st annual commemoration, takes place April 24-30, 2022 with the theme: "Rights, access, equity for all victims" by "helping victims find their justice". The bills discussed in this podcast are SB 246: https://le.utah.gov/~2022/bills/static/SB0246.htmlSB 167: https://le.utah.gov/~2022/bills/static/SB0167.htmlSB 87: https://le.utah.gov/~2022/bills/static/SB0087.htmlSB 85: https://le.utah.gov/~2022/bills/static/SB0085.htmlHB 321: https://le.utah.gov/~2022/bills/static/HB0321.html HB 314: https://le.utah.gov/~2022/bills/static/HB0314.htmlHB 266: https://le.utah.gov/~2022/bills/static/HB0266.htmlHB 208: https://le.utah.gov/~2022/bills/static/HB0208.htmlHB 196: https://le.utah.gov/~2022/bills/static/HB0196.htmlHB 117: https://le.utah.gov/~2022/bills/static/HB0117.htmlIf you or someone you know is a victim of sexual assault or rape here are some national and local resources to help-National:https://www.rainn.org/about-national-sexual-assault-telephone-hotlinehttps://victimsofcrime.org/help-for-crime-victims/national-hotlines-and-helpful-linksLocal:https://victimsofcrime.org/help-for-crime-victims/national-hotlines-and-helpful-linkshttp://www.utahvictimsclinic.org/https://www.ucasa.org/resourceshttps://www.udvc.org/resources/get-help-now.html Support the show (https://secure.givelively.org/donate/utah-domestic-violence-legal-services)
Being prepared is a very common concept for outdoor professionals and enthusiasts, but it's not something that often gets applied to sexual violence and harassment intervention. And the skills we need to keep each other safer from sexual harassment and violence-- surprise!-- aren't ones we've been taught or encouraged to exercise. When it comes to outdoor communities, studies show there are additional factors to consider that increase the risk of sexual assault and harassment taking place. So why aren't we talking about it? And more importantly– what do we do about it? Join Morgan Flynn and Cora Phillips, two staff members from Seekhaven Family Crisis and Resource Center in Moab, Utah, to hear more about how we can make a tangible difference, even in one person's life, by showing up prepared.Need a transcript for this episode? Find it here.Featured in this Episode: Seekhaven Family Crisis & Resource Center24-hour crisis line: 435-259-2229Support Seekhaven with a donationTake this survey to better support guiding and tourism industriesSeekhaven's Sexual Assault Awareness Month“What Were You Wearing?” Exhibit, shown at the Moab Arts Center this AprilLet's be friends:TAKE THIS SURVEY and let's plan a retreat together! We're planning to get together IRL in 2023 and we want you to be a part of the decision-making process. Let us know how you'd like to meet up with us for a retreat– survey closes in 1 week!We're getting weird (and real) on social media:Instagram: @sexoutsideTikTok: @natureisalittledirtyTwitter: @sex_outsidePinterest: Sex OutsideSupport sex education:Leave the Sex Outside podcast a 5-star review in Apple Podcasts or the app of your choosing!Visit our merch store here!Additional Resources:High Country News: How We Investigated The National Park Services's History Of Sexual HarassmentThe Atlantic: The National Park Service Has A Big Sexual Harassment ProblemClimbing.com: Safe Outside: The Facts About Sexual Harassment and Assault in the Climbing CommunitySafe Outside Report: Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault In The Climbing CommunityAmerica Outdoors: Beyond Policy - Sexual Harassment And SexismNative Womens Wilderness: Missing & Murdered Indigenous WomenSIECUS: Utah Sex Education State ProfileSalt Lake Tribune: Let's Talk About SexSIECUS: Policy Brief - Sex Ed & Parental ConsentHigh Country News: Trial By FireHigh Country News: Defuse The WestAdvanceGeo Partnership: Responding To Hostile BehaviorsForbes: Dealing With Sexist Humor At WorkHosted and produced by Laura Borichevsky.Cover artwork by Hailey Hirst.Music by Wild Wild and UTAH, licensed via MusicBed.
Episode 144 of the Cast Worthy Podcast "Right or wrong, or Left or right?" was recorded Sunday April 24, 2022 via #streamyard. This episode the gangs all here. Big Steve, EJ and the VP of research bring to you their opinions, thoughts, and discussions on politics, sports, urban news and everything ""Cast Worthy."The crew talks about the pandemic and how we aren't quite yet out of the weeds yet at countless events around the world thousands of people are mask less. From the Tyson Fury fight in England to the NBA playoffs thousands of people are gathered and not masked up. The crew discusses the need to be outside but need to be safe.Some clowns messing with Iron Mike Tyson on Jet Blue... The crew weighs in how lucky those dudes are. This conversation leads into Big Steve asking about today's athletes and fan interactions... Are today's athletes too sensitive... or have fans become just that nasty? We had to do it.. Zaya Wade in the headlines for kissing in front of her parents... VP discusses gender identity and the need for people to be free, and the crew discusses old fashioned parenting. For today's politics, VP breaks down what the great state of Florida is doing to Disney and how it impacts the citizens of Florida... He also has a Kanye moment and message for Republicans. EJ and Steve beat up on the Democratic party. Johnny Depp Vs. Amber Heard defamation trial is underway and Johnny Depp is on fully display. The crew discusses the antics of Amber Heard and the double standard of Domestic Violence. Lastly... The NBA playoffs... Brooklyn in desperation mode.. Can Ben Simmons be the savior, will he even play? Can the Suns still win this series with no Devin Booker? Will the Bucks still win it all?As always the CastWorthy content can be found on most streaming platforms including Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Spreaker and more. Video of the recordings can be found on Youtube and live interaction is available weekly on Sunday mornings via FB live and Youtube live.#spreaker #brooklyn #boston #playoffs #nfl #nba #amazon #comedy #lebron #miami #heat #florida #parenting #disney #republicans #democrats #suns #johnnydepp #tysonfury #miketyson #england #boxing #jetblue