The Tanya Free and Friends Talk Show is taking a break this week.Listen On Demand as we rewind to our sprited September 24th broadcast.
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This week’s topics include:
- NFL commissioner Roger Goodell promised changes to what he described as a broken disciplinary system. “We're like a microcosm of society. We have a lot of young men, a lot of individuals that play or coach or executives. Other individuals in the league that -- they make mistakes
- CBS and the NFL made the decision to pull a segment featuring Rihanna singing “Run This Town” from its opening week Thursday Night Football broadcast. Rihanna was not happy with the decision and made it publicly known. Did CBS and the NFL make the right call?
- US Federal Judge Mark Fuller urged to resign after plea deal for domestic violence.
We welcome Stacie Vecchietti ,Community Organizing Manager at Safe Harbor in Richmond VA to the conversation this week to discuss domestic violence and its impact on families.
Stacie Vecchietti, M.S.W. has been involved in the movement to end interpersonal violence for 21 years and earned both her Bachelor of Social Work degree (1994) and her Master of Social Work degree (1995) from Virginia Commonwealth University. Vecchietti has served in the Peace Corps, been the Director of a local sexual and domestic violence program, and provided technical assistance and training to local sexual/domestic violence programs as the STOP Administrator for Virginia. Vecchietti currently works as the Community Organizing Manager at Safe Harbor, a mainstream anti-violence program in Henrico County, Virginia. Vecchietti is a past board member of Virginians Aligned Against Sexual Assault and currently serves on the board of Native American Advocates Against All Violence (NAAAAV). She participated in the formation of the Virginia Anti-violence Project, a statewide group that addresses intimate partner violence, sexual violence and hate-motivated violence within and against the LGBTQ community. She is a frequent presenter at various local, state, and national anti-violence conferences.
Safe Harbor offers comprehensive services for survivors of sexual and/or intimate partner violence including: 24 hour helpline, children/youth services, community education and training, counseling, court advocacy, emergency shelter, and hospital accompaniment. Our team collaborates with survivors to provide support, education and referral information to help survivors meet their goals.