About the show: With the goal of ending intimate partner violence, Tracy’s documentary “Finding Jenn’s Voice,” brought to light the horrifying fact that one of the leading causes of death during pregnancy is homicide. Determined to stop the international devastation, the Pennsylvania-based entrepreneur has launched a weekly podcast/video series to shine a light on the survivors and experts around the world who are working toward the same goal.
Our guests: Statistics tell us that one in three women will be the victim of intimate partner violence. From teens to the brave women and men who survived domestic violence, you’ll meet them, the researchers, the providers, and the experts who are working to end this premeditated crime.
We’ll see you every Tuesday at 1pm EST: Log on to www.Facebook.com/hopekatzgibbs where Tracy’s publisher and publicist Hope Katz Gibbs will introduce the show.
Learn more about Tracy’s global project: Voices4Change.net
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What’s Abortion Got to Do With It? Episode 2: Reproductive Control, Pregnancy, and Intimate Partner Violence
Tuesday, September 21, 2021, 5pm EST — Don’t miss the second in our three-part series, “What’s Abortion Got to Do With It?” Listen in as Tracy Schott, the leaders of Voices4Change, attorney Kelsey McKay, founder of RESPOND Against Violence, and board member and social worker Erica Olson explain the impact and consequences of the new Texas abortion law. Episode 2 — Reproductive Control, Pregnancy, and Intimate Partner Violence where we’ll: Examine reproductive control: The definition, statistics, and prevalence Identify the facts about maternal mortalityClick here to listen to the podcast!
You aren’t going to want to miss this podcast series: What’s Abortion Got to Do With It? Episode 1: Understanding the new Texas Abortion Law
Sunday, September 12, 2021 — “What’s Abortion Got to Do With It?” In this three-part series, the leaders of Voices4Change and RESPOND Against Violence unpack the devastating impact of the Texas abortion law from the perspective of two national organizations that are fighting for women’s rights: Episode 1: Understanding the Law — and its impact on women and their unborn babies. Click here to watch our Sept. 12 interview. Episode 2: Reproductive Control, Pregnancy, and Intimate Partner Violence. Click here to watchClick here to listen to the podcast!
We’ve “Got it Goin’ On!” on this week’s episode of Tracy Schott’s Voices4Change show thanks to our spectacular guest: Janice Ferebee, MSW, an internationally recognized personal development speaker, author, and global female empowerment expert
A Note from Tracy Schott, founder, Voices4Change: Don’t miss today’s interview on Voices4ChangeRadio, where we talk with a woman helping end intimate violence in the black community with the spectacular advocate for women’s rights, Janice Ferebee, MSW. For decades, she has been making strides and changing lives worldwide, especially for black girls. Our topic: What everyone needs to know about “Got it Goin’ On!” You’ll learn: What inspired Janice to create her organization — and how its global success came as aClick here to listen to the podcast!
A Note from Tracy Schott, founder, Voices4Change: Be sure to listen to our interview on Voices4ChangeRadio.com where we interview David Adams, Ed.D., the co-founder and co-director of Emerge, the first counseling program in the nation for men who abuse women. Our topic: Digging under the surface of intimate partner violence, today we learn more about why men abuse women — and what we can do to put an end to it. About David Adams, Ed.D.: David is the co-founder and Co-Director of Emerge,Click here to listen to the podcast!
Don’t miss today’s interview on Voices4Change with Janine N’jie David, MPP, Deputy Director, Global Lab for Research in Action at UCLA
A Note from Tracy Schott, founder, Voices4Change: Check out today’s interview on Voices4Change where we go global in our effort to put an end to intimate partner violence. Today’s guest: Janine N’jie David, Deputy Director of the Global Lab for Research in Action at UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. Our topic: The Global Lab — what it is, what it does, how everyone can be part of the change to end intimate partner violence around the world. About Janine:Click here to listen to the podcast!
Are you ready to change the world in one generation? Learn how Paul Singh, the co-founder of 1Gen, is doing it — on this week’s episode of Tracy Schott’s Voices4Change show
A Note from filmmaker Tracy Schott, creator Voices4Change and director/producer “Finding Jenn’s Voice” — What a pleasure it was on June 22 to interview Paul Singh, co-founder and CEO of the international organization 1Gen. In addition to 1Gen being the company behind the Voices4change website, Paul and his team have been inspirational partners in this global effort to end intimate partner violence. I know you’ll be interested in listening to our conversation about: Voices4Change international virtual tour webinar series that isClick here to listen to the podcast!
Filmmakers Sue Lange and Rachel Ofori join Tracy Schott to talk about ending sexism and the power of movies like their upcoming film, “Le Bon Chef”
A Note from filmmaker Tracy Schott, creator Voices4Change and director/producer “Finding Jenn’s Voice” — Don’t miss today’s episode of the Voices4Change Show, where you’ll meet two powerful female filmmakers who are my partners in our newest movie venture, Le Bon Chef. About today’s show: Each episode of the Voices4Change show focuses on stopping the global epidemic of intimate partner abuse. Starting with this episode, we begin shining light on the broader topic of sexism. In Le Bon Chef, we introduce you toClick here to listen to the podcast!
What is the story behind emotional abuse? Voices4Change founder Tracy Schott dives into the devastation with journalist Janine Latus, author of “If I Am Missing or Dead”
A Note from Tracy Schott, host, the Voices4Change Show: I am looking forward to interviewing Janine Latus — author of the international bestseller If I Am Missing or Dead: A sister’s story of love, murder, and liberation. Janine has spoken around the world on the spectrum of sexual assault and intimate partner violence. Audiences include the United States Navy, universities, shelters, Major League Baseball, and corporations because the idea that ‘what happens in the home, stays in the home’ is getting people killed.Click here to listen to the podcast!
A Note from Tracy Schott, founder, Voices4Change — On the April 20th episode of the Voices4Change Radio show we introduce our followers to domestic and gun violence survivor Kate Ranta, author of Killing Kate. The topic of today’s show: The long-term impact of surviving gun violence. About Kate: In November 2012, Kate Ranta’s estranged husband, an Air Force Major, appeared at her apartment and shot Kate twice and her father twice in front of her then 4-year-old son. Everyone survived. Her attempted murderer was foundClick here to listen to the podcast!
Hosts Tracy Schott and Kelsey McKay interview Kristen Troken, a survivor of domestic violence and sexual assault
A Note from Tracy Schott, founder, Voices4Change — On the April 5 episode of the Voices4Change Radio show we had the opportunity to introduce our followers to Kristen Troken, a survivor of domestic violence and sexual assault. The topic of today’s show: Re-traumatization of the Criminal Justice System for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence. About Kristen: A survivor of domestic violence and sexual assault, Kristen is now a proactive advocate working on behalf of women who had similar experiences. As a namedClick here to listen to the podcast!
April 2, 2021, The Creative Spark — On today’s episode of The Creative Spark, filmmaker Tracy Schott, creator of Voices4Change, is featured on this new podcast by students. Click here to listen.
Why did movie maker Martine Melloul make the leap from fashion mogul to film producer on Tracy Schott’s Voices4Change Show
A Note from Tracy Schott, host, Voices4Change Radio Show — I am thrilled to feature on the Voices4Change Radio show fellow filmmaker Martine Melloul. I know you’ll be as fascinated as I am to learn about this French woman’s journey from executive VP of the billion-dollar fashion house BCBG MAX AZRIA to her decision to pursue her passion for entertainment, and founding her own production company Kali Pictures. Martine has co-produced documentaries for Orange Studios and Arte in France, and alsoClick here to listen to the podcast!
A Note from Tracy Schott, host, Voices4Change Show — We are honored to invite you to listen to today’s interview on the weekly show by filmmaker Tracy Schott, Voices4ChangeRadio.com Today’s guest: Lovern Gordon, founder of the Love Life Now Foundation, an organization based near Boston, Mass., promotes year-round awareness against domestic violence to bridge the gap between the shelters where women and their children go as a safe space what they do next. Lovern is also the author of a new book, “The LegacyClick here to listen to the podcast!
A Note from filmmaker Tracy Schott, host, Voices4Change Radio —We are honored to have the opportunity to introduce you to Dr. Rae Taylor, an associate professor and chair of the Department of Criminology and Justice at Loyola University New Orleans. This truly amazing advocate for women studies lethal and nonlethal interpersonal violence, specializing in violence against women. Her work has been published in many scholarly journals and books — which is what brought her work with Tracy Schott and her documentary,Click here to listen to the podcast!
Leading the Change by Mentoring and Collaborating: Domestic violence prosecutor Kelsey McKay and Tracy Schott Celebrate International Women’s Day
March 9, 2021: A note from Tracy Schott, host, Voices4Change Radio — On today’s episode of our weekly Voices4Change show, we celebrate International Women’s Day with Kelsey McKay, CEO of RESPOND Against Violence — an important training and consulting organization in the fight to end domestic abuse. Our topic today: Leading the Change by Mentoring and Collaborating About Kelsey: A highly recognized national expert on criminal asphyxiation in the context of sexual and interpersonal violence, child abuse, and human trafficking. She isClick here to listen to the podcast!
Nonviolence advocate Jackson Katz, PhD: Men play the pivotal role in ending intimate partner violence
A Note from Tracy Schott, host, Voices4Change Radio Show — Today, we welcome Jackson Katz, Ph.D. to our show today. Internationally renowned for his pioneering scholarship and activism on issues of gender, race, and violence, Jackson has long been a major figure and thought leader in the growing global movement of men working to promote gender equality and prevent gender violence. He is co-founder of the multiracial, mixed-gender Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) program, one of the longest-running and mostClick here to listen to the podcast!
Today on Voices4Change: A Note from Tracy Schott, host — Today, we welcome to the show Nanette Chezum, a survivor of a verbally and psychologically abusive relationship with a law enforcement officer. In the years since, Nanette has made it her life’s work to educate the public about intimate partner abuse through her personal story. Her expertise includes all forms of domestic abuse — especially the early warning signals that sometimes manifest in a new relationship. An avid writer, Nanette pens blogsClick here to listen to the podcast!
Feb. 19, 2021: A Note from Tracy Schott, host, Voices4Change Radio Show — It’s a pleasure to welcome Lisette Johson to the show today. In October 2009, she was shot several times by her husband at close range. With her then 12-year-old daughter as a witness, he then turned the gun on himself and took his own life. Lisette has made it her mission to share her story so other women won’t suffer the same trauma. She’s raised her voice andClick here to listen to the podcast!
You aren’t going to want to miss this year’s Global Peace Film Festival: Meet execs Kelly DeVine + Nina Streich
Feb. 9, 2021: A Note from filmmaker Tracy Schott, founder, Voices4Change and host, Voices4ChangeRadio.com — We are going to have so much fun shining a spotlight on two truly amazing women who for years have been the powerhouses behind the Global Peace Film Festival. Meet Kelly DeVine, Artistic Director: With the goal of turning powerful stories into community-in-action, her work at the film festival supports and amplifies Central Florida civic, faith, educational, and activist groups by curating film and media eventsClick here to listen to the podcast!
February 2, 2021: A Note from filmmaker Tracy Schott, founder, Voices4Change and host, Voices4ChangeRadio.com — Today on the Voices4Change Radio Show, I am thrilled to have interviewed Pooja Monga, a Delhi, India-based entrepreneur who prides herself on being a catalyst of creating positive change. Click here to watch our conversation on Facebook Live where you’ll learn more about this Truly Amazing Woman “Through the art and science of data visualization, I help create compelling stories that influence positive shifts in the world,”Click here to listen to the podcast!