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Author: Lisa landry

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WOMENACE to SOCIETY is a podcast series hosted by comedian Lisa Landry featuring socially relevant interviews with artists, activists, anarchists, dreamers and doers across America. Landry chats with quirky visionaries working to reform what’s broken from coast to coast. Their tales will surprise you.

Real People. Real Stories. Unreal World.
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Episode 124: Bryan Scott

Episode 124: Bryan Scott

2020-01-1500:27:15

Bryan Scott is a California dad and American citizen who was disgusted when he found out an Orange County Judge he thought was a no-nonsense conservative guy who made tough decisions was actually impaired with massive bias and had a reckless history of giving lenient sentences to child rapists. So he worked with other activists in California and Illinois to have the judge recalled from the bench.
Juanita Broaddrick is this week's esteemed guest WOMENACE. One of the original (and reluctant) #metoo’s before there was even a #MeToo Movement, her 1978 sexual victimization by the General Attorney of Arkansas William J. Clinton heavily impacted the 2016 American Presidential election, and she only returned to our national consciousness because she responded to a tweet Hillary Clinton sent in 2015. Please welcome Juanita Broaddrick to the podcast. Please Stand With Survivors. 
Episode 122: Mike Volpe

Episode 122: Mike Volpe

2020-01-0100:36:55

Based in Chicago, Mike Volpe is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in The Daily Caller, Front Page Magazine, Washington Examiner, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Newsletter, Crime Magazine, and Counter Punch. Mike investigates judicial misconduct and corruption, has written three books, and joins Lisa to explain precisely how fathers who sexually abuse their children invoke “Parental Alienation” as their defense in Family Court.
Episode 121: Nanine McCool

Episode 121: Nanine McCool

2019-12-1800:27:26

You may recognize our wonderful guest Nanine McCool from her Jumbotron appearance with Tony Robbins, where he tried to intimidate her in front of everyone attending his worship in an arena. But I know this former Family Law attorney from Facebook, where I first noticed her for losing her bar card because she refused to pretend her client's ex-husband wasn't sexually abusing her children. Please welcome Nanine McCool.
Part 2 with our esteemed guest, Family Court Winner and Mom Rachel Bruno. Rachel and I chat more about her lawsuit against the social workers and the rest of the "professionals" who trafficked her sons through CPS and California Family Court because she brought her 4-month-old baby to the ER with a brain injury. Did the nanny get arrested? Are her son's okay? How did Rachel have the strength to make it through this horrible ordeal? Please enjoy Truth Teller and Advocate for Family Court Reform, Rachel Bruno.
Episode 119: Rachel Bruno

Episode 119: Rachel Bruno

2019-12-0500:58:27

Our esteemed guest, Rachel Bruno details how her children were trafficked by social workers, a doctor, hospital staff, and cops working under the jurisdiction of the State of California while the nanny who may have been responsible for her 4-month old’s brain injury was protected from prosecution… because she was married to a cop? Because the State makes money from placing our children in foster care? Because the Constitution does not apply in Family Court? Part One of our chat with Rachel Bruno, Family Court Winner, Truth Teller, Advocate for Family Court Reform.
Dr. Michael Horton, Executive Director of the Coffee Bunker, an outreach center for American Veterans. Michael is a psychologist and former UASF so he knows the battle our soldiers face coming home, like PTSD, physical trauma, moral injury, and military skills that don’t seem to fit on corporate resumes. “These are all people who have stood up and taken an oath to defend, not the flag, not the President, not Mom and apple pie, but to defend the Constitution, a living and sacred document that we hold dear.”
Episode 117: Noemie Derval

Episode 117: Noemie Derval

2019-11-2000:23:17

Noemie thought she landed her dream job at the age of 26 when she was offered the job of managing three dispensaries in Las Vegas. Then her boss suddenly couldn't pay her and another almost 200 employees. What caused the cash flow problem in a state that enjoys cannabis so much they sold out of it almost immediately after going legal? Find out what Noemie discovered about her boss as she tried to get paid. Like, how a few months before he hired her, he woke up next to the non-responsive body of the woman he was partying with the night before, moved her body, and had to explain that he wasn't actually trying to bribe the guy who called 911.
The first African-American woman elected to represent Georgia in the U.S. House of Representatives served a total of six terms in Congress and ran as the Green Party's Presidential Candidate in 2008 is our esteemed guest this week. Dr. Cynthia McKinney shares what she thinks of the FBI, American involvement in Ukraine, and what it's like to be targeted and blacklisted for telling the TRUTH, standing up for everyday people, and trying to keep America from going to war with Iraq.
Our favorite lady biker Nytro is back to tell us what BACA (Bikers Against Child Abuse) is doing to help survivors Break the Chains of violence in Arizona! Now in 22 countries worldwide, BACA encourages and protects victimized children, helps them stay safe and testify against their predators by giving them love, protection, and bringing them into the BACA Global Family, one brave kid at a time.
Please welcome former surgical nurse turned culinary student and Founder of Abolition Bakery, Rita Ballenger. Human trafficking is the third-largest industry on the planet- 40 Million People are living in enslavement right now. Rita and her staff of volunteers are raising awareness and money for survivors in Cleveland, Ohio.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and DV affects us all. Mildred Muhammad was married to the D.C. sniper, John Muhammad who was killing innocents so he could assassinate his ex-wife & win custody of their kids. Media blacked out the truth of his intent. Please enjoy this rebroadcast of our interview with Mildred- international speaker and author - recently denied access to speak on domestic violence in China.
Episode 112: Truth Raider

Episode 112: Truth Raider

2019-10-0900:19:15

We're back again this week with a whole different kind of episode. Please welcome Truth Raider to the podcast as he details exactly what Bitcoin is about and how anybody can start using this new financial system which more or less eliminates the need for banks and minimizes bankster influence.
Episode 111: Rich Prange

Episode 111: Rich Prange

2019-09-2500:16:55

Richard Prange is a funny Phoenix comedian and news producer who was born with a rare disease called Jackson Weiss Syndrome, a deformity that affects the face and head. Since early childhood, this Emmy-winning producer has survived nearly 20 reconstructive plastic surgeries. Rich chats about the recent surgery that changed his life and how that personal win is connected to his Emmy.
Episode 110: Stan Chen

Episode 110: Stan Chen

2019-09-1900:31:34

Stan Chen is one of the hardest working and funniest comedians working the circuit. He’s also a commercial pilot for FedEx. We’re at Big Pine Comedy Festival in Flagstaff Arizona. Stan has been on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Please welcome Stan to the podcast. Enjoy.
Scientist and Activist Melanie Blow is back to talk about how lawyers are going to file RICO charges against the Buffalo Catholic Diocese in New York State. We're also chatting about ACE Scores, an empirical way to determine one's Adverse Childhood Experiences Score that's been scientifically proven for almost 30 YEARS but has only recently made its way into the mainstream. The higher your ACE Score, the more likely you are to develop cancer, have suicidal ideations, ADHD, a SUD, and/or diabetes!
Episode 108: George Gimarc

Episode 108: George Gimarc

2019-09-0400:58:45

Please welcome to the podcast one of the realest people in entertainment, DJ, writer, director, producer, collector, music journalist, Grammy-winner, and creator of 24/7Comedy, George Gimarc. This Texas native, music expert, and author talks about what drew him to producing comedy, his hit book "Punk Diary", and the footage he recently re-discovered while moving- clips of George with his friend Johnny Lydon a.k.a. Johnny Rotten shot for VH1 at the 2000 American Democratic and Republican Conventions.
Episode 107: Summer Wesley

Episode 107: Summer Wesley

2019-08-2801:00:03

Lisa Landry gets real about her son being trafficked in Providence Family Court, how her First Amendment Rights are being infringed, and how she's being threatened by the psychotherapist in the case. Join Lisa with returning guest Chahta Summer Wesley of Choctaw Nation Oklahoma.
This episode continues with Dr. Lori Handrahan explaining how she lost custody of her two-year-old daughter to a child rapist in Maine.
Dr. Lori Handrahan has over twenty years of humanitarian and human rights work in Central Asia, Africa, and the Balkans. Her focus is on gender-based violence, conflict/post-conflict environments, UN reform, and ending child sex abuse. Please welcome Dr. Handrahan to this episode of WOMENACE to SOCIETY, where she discusses Jeffrey Epstein, child abuse occurring in Maine, and more.
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