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Join us for a jam-packed hour of radio. We start with some of the stories making headlines and then move to a discussion about our children and media. How do we encourage entertainment titans to produce content that is safe for our children – and when they don’t how should we respond? We then focus on the abortion-pill regime and what is being done to prevent women from being harmed by bad medicine and terrible public policy. Get ready to think biblically and critically.
Our guest will challenge current social doctrines, unmasks the annihilation of womanhood in the name of "women's empowerment," and exposes the efforts of United Nations agencies to advance "sexual rights" for children. Join us as she issues a call to arms to defend the most essential human institution in its darkest hour and a rich source of encouragement.
Melissa Henson is a noted expert on entertainment industry trends and the impact of entertainment media on children and American culture at large. As the Parents Television and Media Council’s Vice President of Programs, she directs the organization’s educational programs, research, and advocacy for a safe media environment for children and families. The PTC is a non-partisan education organization advocating responsible entertainment. During her 25-year tenure at the PTC, Ms. Henson has championed the protection of children from harmful media that Hollywood markets to them. From leading the PTC’s Advertiser Accountability Program, she has urged corporate accountability from sponsors of entertainment media. Ms. Henson has mobilized grassroots members of the PTC to urge enforcement of the broadcast indecency law. She has tackled issues of child sexual exploitation in the media, and urged Hollywood to present more positive, empowering images of girls in the media through the PTC’s “4 Every Girl” Campaign.
Dr. Ingrid Skop is a Senior Fellow and Director of Medical Affairs for Charlotte Lozier Institute. She is a board-certified OB/GYN practicing in Texas who has delivered more than 5,000 babies over the past 25 years. Unfortunately, she also has significant experience treating women for complications of the abortion pill, including performing an emergency surgery just last month. Right now, a federal judge in Texas is considering a request to suspend the FDA’s suspect approval of the abortion pill regimen, and part of the material he’s reviewing includes a Lozier Institute amicus brief that was based on Dr. Skop’s medical research.
Kimberly Ells is an avid researcher and writer on family issues and has worked as a policy advisor for the past nine years. Kimberly has written for The Federalist, Townhall, Life Site News, The New American, The Epoch Times, MercatorNet, the Daily Signal, and other outlets. She has also spoken at venues across the country, including the United Nations.