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'Examining Institutional Abuse' - SPECIAL TOPIC Talk Radio Shows
-- Enabling failure -- Stories of organizations that contradict their mandates
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NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant and worldwide. It dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Every third Tuesday of the month we take a look at institutional abuse, enabling and failure to serve the community, with special guests and stories of organizations that contradict their mandates, often criminally.
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"Examining Institutional Abuse" - SPECIAL SERIES Show Archives
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Taking a look at institutional abuse, enabling and failure
every third Tuesday night of the month - 8pm EST


SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children.


Episodes - 2017 Original Air Date Description
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1557

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
02/21/2017
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: 'Legal Consultation To Protective Parents Dealing With Sexual Abuse Allegations' ~~ The Foundation for Child Victimes of Family Courts relies on our legal consultants/experts for scholarly review of the cases accepted as clients of the Foundation. Our anonymous guest tonight is a constitutional scholar and legal expert whose many credits include a PhD from Harvard and a JD from Chicago Law. He's a consultant who provides the extra bonus of teaching moments for our staff and our clients so that they thoroughly understand the legal complexities of their case – law, causes of action, adversarial intervention. Among the many serious challenges faced by clients of the FCVFC are allegations of child sexual abuse (CSA), alleged by a protective parent against a custodial partner and alternately, false allegations of sexual abuse lodged against a protective parent. As always, our focus is on how children are protected in these situations. ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill.
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1532

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
01/17/2017
8pm EST, 5pm PAC
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: " Family Secrets and Cover-Ups in Custody Litigation" ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill.
Episodes - 2016 Original Air Date Description
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1512

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
12/20/2016
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: "The role of the Jurist" ~~ Tonight's guest, Sebastian Doggart, appears as a journalist, human rights activist and the New York President of the Family Civil Liberty's Union. Juvenile and Dependency Courts across the country are wantonly dismantling human rights, civil rights, parents rights and the peace, security, sanity, legacy of children to be raised by their parents. Legitimate custodians are being rendered helpless to intervene in what should be their innate rights to protect their young by Judges in "Family" Courts who are directed by "Judicial Discretion." Mr. Doggart knows personally and professionally of the rabid, depraved interventions of the unleashed power of the criminal in family court. ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill.
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1487

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
11/15/2016
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: Sandy Ross, "The Hope Portal" - When an unsuspecting individual finds themselves in the grip of a relationship with an individual with anti-social personality traits, they do not know who or what  they have encountered. Sandy Ross is rapidly becoming a well-recognized expert in the area of the interpersonal features of psychopathy. Our immediate focus is the functioning of the individual who possesses psychopathic traits/ Personality Disorder and their interaction with such institutions as the Family Court System, “Child Protective Services”, the Criminal Justice System. ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill.
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1467

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
10/18/2016
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: Born and raised in Africa, tonight's guest enjoyed an international modeling career before she married her Dutch husband. They moved to America where she became a citizen. Their two girls are 7 and 10. Husband and wife became engaged in a divorce, where well documented accusations of sadistic sexual abuse directed against the girls have been presented in evidence, the full force of institutional prejudice and malfeasance are revealed. In the course of negotiating divorce settlement terms. The ongoing battle continues. ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill.
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1447

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
09/20/2016
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: Louella Thomas ~~ Women are infrequently the focus of child abuse – physical abuse, much less sexual abuse; yet we know that women have a presence as predators, a distinct profile in the generation of sexual abuse onset and ongoing victimization of the subjects. The female actor in this case – pimp, trafficker, trading on the young childrens' loyalties to her as their mother, present a particularly compelling profile of a female psychopath. Our heroic speaker, author of the family horror story “An American Nightmare”, Louella Thomas, covers a landscape of unremitting, unresolved sexual abuse of three very young children. ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1422

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
08/16/2016
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: 'Bring Jasmijn Home' with Geerte Frenken ~~ Protective parents all over the world have experienced Court Ordered Abduction of children they were seeking to protect from an obsessed abuser. On this show our guest will tell the experience of how one woman's action to protect her child caused her to have to flee the jurisdiction in which she and the child should have been safe to engage in relevant litigation. Instead the child was deported into the hands of her abuser. The saga covers two continents, multiple government agencies, exhaustive evidence and actions subjecting the child and protective parent to an ultimate, unconscionable betrayal at the hands of judges and attorneys. ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1402

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
07/19/2016
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ Jill's special guest tonight will be Kandis Ricard, an investigator in the Criminal Investigations Sex Crimes Unit in Conway, Arkansas. Kandis is an expert Forensic investigator charged with evaluating, processing and final disposition of evidence collected from crime scenes in cases assigned to her in the evaluation of sex crimes against children. She's been engaged in “sting operations” such as the case featured on Nancy Grace, “Public Defender, plots to have sex with a young boy. Our major focus this evening will be on evidence related to the reporting of child sexual abuse, by parents, by young children and by professional reporters. We need to teach reporters how to NOT CONTAMINATE EVIDENCE in the course of presenting allegations of child sexual abuse. ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1382

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
06/21/2016
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: Institutional Child Sexual Abuse. There is social savagery in the Family Court system. Children are frequently transferred into the hands of abusers .. with no due process and no representation. Where is the social consciousness of child sexual abuse (CSA), and why is there so much institutional tolerance of CSA and other forms of abuse of children? Why is there a willingness to discredit children who come forward with claims of sexual abuse and active punishment of children who protest abuse? There seems to be a set of authoritarian / paternalistic attitudes that support abuse. ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1357

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
05/17/2016
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: Institutional Child Sexual Abuse: Social Savagery in the Family Courts. All too often children are transferred into the hands of abusers with no due process and no representation. Where is the social consciousness on the issue of CSA (child sexual abuse)? Institutional tolerance of sexual abuse and other forms of abuse of children includes a willingness to discredit children who come forward with claims of sexual abuse and there is active punishment of children who protest abuse. An authoritarian / paternalistic attitude supports abuse. ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1337

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
04/19/2016
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: The McMartin Case - The Case for Children as Unreliable Reporters of Sexual Abuse ~~ Reporting allegations of Child Sexual Abuse is the dilemma for the protective parent. A child makes a statement and .. "OMG .. What do I do?"!! Parents who report allegations of abuse instantly face accusations of "coaching, brain washing, alienation and revenge, especially if the allegation is against a family member or spouse. The McMartin case, based in California (1983 - 1990), represents ground zero for the formal elaboration of studies by psychologists demonstrating through "laboratory" staging of structured interviews, the manner in which children can be coached, influenced, subject to memory insertion. The new truth, elaborated as scientific certainty, was embraced by the Criminal Justice System. "Child Protective Services" and the Family Courts found another access port to transfer children into the hands of their abusers through engagement in the strong arm tactics of Judicial Discretion and multiple forms of malfeasance and fraud. ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1312

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
03/15/2016
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: 'Institutionalized Child Sexual Abuse' -- This will be an opportunity to discuss this issue with Jill's client, Brigitte Fechter. They'll share how their experience with her case so clearly illustrates a process of judicial and legal over reaching that involves taking over the case from both litigants .. and child sexual abuse is at the center. ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1292

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
02/16/2016
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PhD, MSW, MSHS), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: Dealing with The Department of Children and Families, Trafficking Children, Collusion, Expression of Prejudice against Black Families and CASA. Jill's guest will be Dr. Anita Harris, PhD, a doctor of Divinity, whose two grand children were literally kidnapped by a Jacksonville, Tennessee, court. ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1272

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse" - The Dark Web
Tuesday
01/19/2016
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PHD, MSW, MSHS) ), a NAASCA family member. In this series of monthly shows we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ TONIGHT'S TOPIC: Murder and Mahem in the World of Child Sexual Abuse Driven by the "Dark Web" - Jill will introduce a client of hers who is a sexual abuse victim and mother of 2 children she lost through the Court to a pedophile, an expert on the"Dark Web" ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill
Episodes - 2015 Original Air Date Description
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1247

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
12/15/2015
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PHD, MSW, MSHS) ), a NAASCA family member. This is one of a series of monthly shows where we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. ~~ Tonight we'll continue to examine the case of a mother, LaRay Mossholder, who Jill has been assisting recently. LaRay will speak of her experience with Family Courts in hopes it'll help others. "My children have been taken from me twice and returned to the hands of their abuser," she explains. "For those of you who have experienced the unjust loss of children no explanation is necessary." And she goes on, "For those of you who have not had such experience with the loss of children no explanation may be possible." ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill
Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1227

Special topic - "Examining Institutional Abuse"
Tuesday
11/17/2015
8pm EST, 5pm PAC

recommended show
SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "Examining Institutional Abuse" with special co-host Dr Jill Jones-Solderman (PHD, MSW, MSHS) ), a NAASCA family member. This is the first in a series of monthly shows where we'll specifically take a look at institutional abuse. Tonight we'll examine the case of a mother, LaRay Mossholder, who Jill has been assisting recently. LaRay will speak of her experience with Family Courts in hopes it'll help others. "My children have been taken from me twice and returned to the hands of their abuser," she explains. "For those of you who have experienced the unjust loss of children no explanation is necessary." And she goes on, "For those of you who have not had such experience with the loss of children no explanation may be possible." ~~ NAASCA knows "institutional abuse" is rampant, worldwide, and dramatically effects childhood experience of our youth, frequently causing them trauma that lasts a lifetime. Many issues of child abuse involve dealing with the courts and law enforcement, foster care, child protection services, CASA and CAC organizations, etc. Jill's experience with her Foundation for Child Victims of Family Courts and her US Whistleblower effort uniquely position her to speak to these issues. Every third Tuesday of the month, Jill will present special guests who'll explain the challenges they've experienced while fighting for their own rights, and /or for the rights of their children. For more shows in this series, go to: http://www.NAASCA.org/Jill

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