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Help Me 2 Understand

For women who want to make a difference in the world.

WHEN WE KNOW BETTER
WE CAN DO BETTER

Help Me 2 Understand is a podcast where women give their voices to issues of social justice, political activism, giving back and so much more.

I’m your host, Felicia Garland. I’m a mom, a daughter, a sister and a former practicing attorney. I know I want to make a difference in the world, even if it’s only a tiny one.

I also feel, and I think you might too, that we all could use a bit more knowledge and understanding if we are to be the change that we seek.

We live in an age of political and social divisions, global warming, economic inequality, racial tension, and a breakdown in many of our social structures. Read More …

CAN WE BE THE CHANGE WE SEEK?

What does that even mean? That question and others will be part of the conversastion. This podcast seeks to give a voice to those who are already working to influence change in their own way. We’ll also learn how we can help and be part of the solution. The first step: understand what we don’t know.

I HOPE YOU’LL JOIN US

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Speaking Up on Behalf of Vulnerable Children – A Conversation with Lisa Barsky-Firkser

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“CASA understands that it is vital for every child to have a voice–and that every child is an individual with unique needs,” says Lisa.” “CASAs are trained and supported to be that voice for vulnerable children,” she continues. “Although public funds for this work are limited, with the generous support of private individuals and organizations, we will continue to provide the resources, programs and mentoring needed to enable the success of the children and youth we serve.”

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“ICE QUEEN” – A Cautionary Tale for Teens About Cyberbullying and Sexting — a Conversation with Felicia Farber

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“Sexting, cyberbullying and other forms of digital harassment are a parent’s worst nightmare,” says Farber. “Beyond teaching teens and young adults about the risks of sexting and cyberbullying, parents and educators need to learn to recognize the signs their children might be involved in these activities,” she continues. “We owe it to our children.”

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