Each year approximately 125,000 rapes are reported across the nation, yet city after city has boxes of critical evidence gathering dust inside police warehouses: backlogs of unprocessed rape kits. Barbara Bradley Hagerty joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the many reasons why rapes aren’t investigated with the same vigor as other serious crimes. Her story “An Epidemic of Disbelief” appears in The Atlantic.
On this episode of Jazzed About Work, Bev talks with award-winning religion correspondent for National Public Radio and a former reporter for the Christian Science Monitor, Barbara Bradley Hagerty, about new research that explores fable that midlife is a time when things start to go "downhill". Barbara will explain how midlife can be a great new adventure when you can embrace fresh possibilities, purposes, and pleasures.
It just keeps getting better! Tune in to hear my conversation with author Barbara Bradley Taggerty - boy did we laugh! From dogs to DC, RVs and back again. This is one of those books that you'll read and want to go back to again...and share with your friends. Loved it!!
I have 2 copies to share. US residents only and the giveaway ends on 3/28. To enter please comment below with your midlife ideas -whatever that means.
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