1. Strength Of Her Daughters 48:01

After the sudden death of her husband, left with 3 daughters, Kim Miller’s mother, Anne, had to manage the reality of being a single parent in 1960.   Anne Miller was a survivor. She always taught her children  about fighting against injustices and to do whatever it took to make the world a better place.

My guest, Kim Miller, retells the stories of life under the roof with an abusive step father and how she made it her job to become the protector of the sisters and mother.

As a mother and activist herself, Kim is a long time TV Stage Manager and regularly attends peaceful protests and anti violence gatherings.

“Speaking out about issues that you are passionate about is very healing and empowering.  No one should be treated like a second class citizen”, says Kim.

 

Jackie Tantillo loves being on both sides of the microphone –as Voice Over Artist and Producer/Engineer and in front of the camera as an On Camera Talent. She has been featured in National and International On Camera and Voice Over Commercials and Industrials. Over the years, she has mentored students with an interest in production and broadcasting and has volunteered with elementary school aged children in theatre production. Jackie is able to draw from her many years as a spokesperson and radio talent to bring warmth and insight to her many endeavors, including representative for organizations such as D.A.R.E., March of Dimes, Muscular Dystrophy and Easter Seals. A mom and the youngest of seven siblings, Italian American born in Rota Spain, Jackie or ‘Juani’ as her family and friends call her, comes from a very close knit family. Her knowledge of conversational French, Italian and Spanish has broadened the scope of her work. She lives in New Jersey and loves spending time with her family in the outdoors and traveling.