Monday, March 22, 2010

Men Who Are Changing Victim's Lives,Part2

The Susan Murphy Milano Show welcomes back guests, Barry Goldstein and Ben Atherton-Zeman.  Joining them on Wednesday, March 24 will be Joe Samalin from Men Can Stop Rape.

Each of these men are involved in the movement to end domestic violence towards women.   They bring the message to all who will listen, especially other men, and join forces to proactively take a stance against family violence at all levels.

Ben Atherton-Zeman’s wildly popular play, “Voices of Men,” is performed all over the country on college campuses and for any event promoting the fight against violence.

Barry Goldstein is a former attorney and author of the book, “Scared to Leave Afraid to Stay,” an upcoming book "Domestic Violence, Abuse and Child Custody" as well as an advocate for women abused by their partners and sometimes the court system.

Joe Samalin,  with Men Can Stop Rape, provides agencies, schools, and organizations with direct services for youth, public service messaging, and leadership training.

Ben and Barry were well received on the previous show which aired on March 3, and we decided we need to spend another hour with them answering questions and phone calls on how men can be involved in the family violence arena.

Men's voices are needed in the fight against family violence that is escalating at a rapid pace within the homes and court rooms across America.  All three of these men have made strides to educate men, causing them to reflect and change their attitudes towards violence against women.  It's not a gender issue, it's a human issue, and violence in the family must come to an end.

The Susan Murphy Milano Show, "Men who Are Changing Victim's Lives, Part 2" is on BlogTalk Radio at the link provided HERE.   


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1 comment:

Jesse James said...

It's refreshing to see some good reports about men and what they can do to help rape victims. Now if only there were more good reports on other beneficial changes going on in the world:

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