Broadcasts/Podcasts

Women's Wednesday
Every woman has a story to tell....
Here's Another....

Nikki Rubin approaches her life with a love, excitement and fervor
that allows for the creation of music that reminds us - being human and humane is a gift and a duty we all share. 

Are you a woman with a story to tell? 
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CeLillianne Green is a woman of passion, purpose, and soul power.  The fusion of her life as a poet, attorney, writer, teacher, and mediator is compelling.  This fusion serves as the canvass for a woman whose writing, paints pictures and tells stories.  Ms. Green’s observations of past and present cultural dynamics are insightful and thought provoking rooted in a place of ancestral connection and spiritual truth.  Her creative endeavors are also informed by education and 
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As she began to suffer from the experiences in her life that seemed to hold her down, keep her back, she was able to look at her life - and create her own healing balance.  Don't miss this conversation that could be the beginning of your path to change yourlife. 
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Meet Dr. May Benatar who spent 20 years of her life experiencing a long-term psychotherapeutic relationship with a woman who lived with multiple identities, someone diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder. Dr. Benatar shares some of her own process as a therapist discovering the ubiquity of trauma in both the general population and in clinical populations. 
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Victoria  Stubbs shares her story of overcoming loss, hardship, racism, and adversity. Victoria embraced her own  vulnerability and allowed herself to find freedom in her sexuality and spiritualism. She encourages you to do the same. You can be free - you too can become untangled. 
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Is there a way to be happy with yourself and your partner?  Is that really important?  Is it difficult?  How do you do it?  How do you think about it?  Join today's conversation and start getting answers!
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After seven years of faithfully following her spiritual teacher, Renee Linnell finally realized she was in a cult and had been severely brainwashed. But how did that happen to someone like her? She had graduated magna cum laude with a double degree. She had traveled to nearly fifty countries alone before she turned thirty-five. She was a surf model and a professional Argentine tango dancer. She had started five different companies and had an MBA from NYU. How could someone like her end up brainwashed and in a cult?
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Within weeks of 9/11, Lisa vowed that she would make something good come from the nightmare of the death of her husband and all the others in the devastating event that changed our world forever. With a warrior’s will, Lisa reframed her pain into a fast track for personal growth and positive change for herself and for her young family. 
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Before Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Mae Jemison, Frida Kahlo, and others were change-making feminists, they were . . . babies! In this board book that's perfect for budding feminists, lift the flap to discover what these iconic figures might have looked like as adorable babies and toddlers. With its inspiring message that any baby can grow up to make the world a better place for all genders" author Libby Babbott-Klein walks us through her journey to create this delightful addition to your child's library.
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In Sick to Death!, filmmaker Maggie Hadleigh-West exposes her own disturbing, yet determined, thirty-year struggle to regain her spiraling health. After seeing hundreds of doctors who either disregarded her symptoms, misdiagnosed or under treated her, Maggie discovers that her life-long thyroid problem was a fully understood medical issue as early as 1914, yet it’s been obscured by systemic medical corruption, pharmaceutical greed and physician negligence, leaving more than 750 million people sick and suffering world-wide.
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