The Call To True Beauty

Join us live Wednesday at 6pm the 2015 debut of The Call To True Beauty on WCLK.  We'll examine the many issues involving dating and domestic violence in the community, with the idea of helping build healthy, violence-free relationships.  Wednesday's program will include your phone calls live and a look at the programs and services provided by Atlanta's Partnership Against Domestic Violence(PADV).

What is your deal-breaker in a relationship?  How do you set boundaries and create an expectation of happy, healthy relationships in your life? 

The Call To True Beauty returned Wednesday, December 3 at 6pm on WCLK with some answers. 

Host Daphne Walker was joined by CAU Psychologist Dr. Christopher Bass for this live, interactive talk show featuring your calls.  The Call To True Beauty deals with the real world issues of domestic and dating violence with the goal of helping you find happy, healthy relationships.

Kimya Motley didn't imagine she would be the victim of a horrific act of domestic violence.  But in 2011 she and her daughter were both shot in the head by her ex-husband and left for dead.  She and her daughter survived and she has persevered to become an advocate for domestic violence survivors.

Motley joined Host Daphne Walker on WCLK Wednesday, November 5 at six pm for The Call To True Beauty, a live interactive talk program designed to help you find healthier, happier relationships.

Join us Wednesday evening, October 1 at six pm for the Call To True Beauty on 91.9 WCLK.  Relationship Expert Dr. Alduan Tartt will join Host Daphne Walker for a discussion about how men in particular can better communicate and create positive, healthy relationships.  Walker and Dr. Tartt will take your phone calls, live. The Call To True Beauty is heard exclusively on WCLK and on demand on this site, and is made possible by Verizon Wireless and The Partnership Against Domestic Violence.

For more information about Alduan Tartt, click here.

The Call to True Beauty – August Edition

Aug 1, 2014
Shed Jackson

Join Host, Daphne Walker, Wednesday, August 6, 6:00 p.m. for the August edition of The Call To True Beauty on WCLK.  We will  talk about domestic violence from the law enforcement perspective with Atlanta Police Department, Special Victims Unit, Detective Janet Brady.  We will also feature Louis Negron, a community advocate doing his part to make sure non-English speaking victims of Domestic Violence are properly heard. 

What would you do if you suspected a friend was a victim of domestic violence?  What would you do if you saw someone being threatened or abused in a DV situation?  That's what we talked about on The Call To True Beauty on WCLK Wednesday, July 2.

The Call To True Beauty asks some hard questions this month.  Do jokes and images of domestic violence in popular culture pave the way for tolerance of abusers?  Just what do women 'owe' men?  Do popular videos and music and images filled with misogyny and women as objects make it easier for men to abuse women?

Host Daphne Walker, President and CEO of Atlanta's Partnership Against Domestic Violence, will be joined by Tomeka Daniel, Senior Attorney supervising Domestic Violence for Georgia Legal Services, Macon Division.  They will talk about it, and take your phone calls live.

Host Daphne Walker is joined by CAU Psychologist Dr. Gregory Bass Wednesday at 6pm for the May edition of The Call To True Beauty.  This is a live, interactive talk show featuring your calls.  The Call To True Beauty deals with the real world issues of domestic and dating violence with the goal of helping you find happy, healthy relationships.

WCLK, Clark Atlanta University, Verizon Wireless, and the Partnership Against Domestic Violence(PADV) began a compelling monthly series of radio programs designed to bring about healthy, violence free relationships.  The Call To True Beauty's debut program featured Host Daphne Walker talking with Jennifer Bivins, President and CEO of The Georgia Network To End Sexual Assault(GNESA).  April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month nationwide, and Walker and Bivins took several calls from a wide range of people with questions and experience with this issue.