Peace Talk Radio

Airs Sunday, April 29, 2018, at 6 p.m. Peace Talks Radio host Paul Ingles talks with two therapists - Kathryn Stamoulis, from Hunter College in New York City and Jennifer Weeks, director of Sexual Addiction Treatment Services in Pennsylvania about how to talk to youngsters about sexual harassment and unwanted sexual behavior. The conversation aims at setting a framework early on, so when our young people are adults, there may be less of the kind of sexual abuse, intimidation, insensitive advances that made news dramatically in 2017.

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Airs Sunday, December 24, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. Two instances when peace broke out – right on the field of battle: The impromptu but widespread unofficial Christmas Truce of 1914 in the early months of fighting during World War 1 and the story of the National Jubilee of Peace. First, the impromptu but widespread unofficial Christmas Truce of 1914 in the early months of fighting in Europe in World War 1. 

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Airs Monday, January 16, 2017, at 8 p.m.
"The following (preceding) program, featuring an interview with Yolanda King, the daughter of the late Martin Luther King Jr., was recorded in 2004. Yolanda King died, at the age of 51, May 15, 2007."

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Airs Sunday, May 8 at 7 p.m. The story of Julia Ward Howe's 1871 Proclamation for Peace and her call for a universal Mother's Day to promote peace and disarmament.  Host Carol Boss talks with Kate Stickley, a direct descendent of Howe, and Jane Smith Bernhardt, an actor who portrays Howe onstage.  Plus conversation with Susan Galleymore, author of a book called "Long Time Passing: Mothers Talk About War and Terror." 

Airs Sunday, May 11 at 6 p.m.  The story of Julia Ward Howe's 1871 Proclamation for Peace and her call for a universal Mother's Day to promote peace and disarmament.  Host Carol Boss talks with Kate Stickley, a direct descendent of Howe, and Jane Smith Bernhardt, an actor who portrays Howe onstage.  Plus conversation with Susan Galleymore, author of a book called "Long Time Passing: Mothers Talk About War and Terror."

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