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Patty and Brian talk about challenging thinking around holidays and COVID.
K.A. Owens shares remarks he wrote and presented at the Mattie Jones event Sunday November 14, 2021. K.A. comments on the murder convictions in the Ahmaud Arbery case in Georgia. Comments on author Romain Gary and Jean Seberg. Comment on Gary'
Read&Succeed | Thanksgiving | The Last of the Mohicans (1826) | James Fenimore Cooper | 11-24-21 by FORward Radio
I love a good bookclub. Carrie and I have been in one together for 15 years. I am the designated book club organizer, and even though bookclubs have been one of the great passions of my adult life, keeping them organized can be an annoying pr
It’s a Thanksgiving Special this week on Sustainability Now! The mic is turned on your host, Justin Mog, as he sits down for a deliciously deep conversation with Kyle Kramer, Executive Director of the Passionist Earth & Spirit Center and host o
Forward Radio - VFP Radio Hour 39 | Carol Rawert - Trainer | Climate Crisis by FORward Radio
Veterans For Peace Chapter 168 member Carol Rawert-Trainer interviews veteran climate activists and poets.
K.A. Owens commented on the Southern Poverty Law Center's Fall Hate and Extremism 2021 magazine. Further comments on the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and the Jacob Chansley sentence. Further comments on President Joe Biden's plan fo the country. Re
Doctors Mike Flynn and Gene Shively discuss recruiting for diversity with Dr. Toni Ganzell, Dean of University of Louisville School of Medicine
Kay Tillow discusses efforts to privatize Medicare with Dr. Judy Albert with PNHP in western PA
The first part of this program is an interview with Terrell Holder, Chair of the Greater Louisville Sierra Club. In it, he discusses: (1) a large subdivision proposed for development next door to the Parklands; (2) LG&E's ambiguous planning doc
Cedric Powell is currently a law professor at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law. Cedric Powell received his Doctorate of Jurisprudence in 1987 from New York University School of Law, where he served as Managing Editor of The
We discuss Patty's new library article and share some thinking about the importance of libraries and librarians.
Our guest this week, Jeremy Hance, writes about 3 topics in his most recent book that we are always drawn to; mental health, travel, and animals. Baggage: Confessions of a Globe-trotting Hypochondriac is a memoir that uses humor to help readers
Andrew J. Bacevich is Professor Emeritus of International Relations and History at Boston University. A graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, he received his PhD in American Diplomatic History from Princeton University. Before joining the facu
The excitement is in the air....a lunar eclipse is on the way! Professor Scott Miller fills us in. Then, Dr. Leslie Moise discusses a recent paper showing a correlation between homophobia and low IQ. EarthDate.org fills us on how trees adapt
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog sits down for an expansive conversation with Laura Obenauf about moving towards healthy ecology - the imperative to make space for quality relationships and consciousness as practiced by t
On this week's show, K.A. Owens brings you updates on: 1. An upcoming event to honor the civil rights work of Mattie Jones; 2. A November 10th LSURJ op-ed in the Courier-Journal "KKK Members in the Sherriff's Department Demonstrates Who is Ins
K.A. Owens announces the Mattie Jones Event on Sunday November 14, 2021. K.A. shares an Op Ed written by Carla Wallace regarding members of the Ku Klux Klan being on the Jefferson County Sheriffs Department and an update on the Sheriffs from th
Brian and Patty dig into the ancient greek roots of Stoic philosophy and the ways in which a very contemporary Ryan Holiday is leveraging these concepts as a modern self help guru. We consider the central values of Stoicism: Courage; Temperanc
Lisa Willner is Kentucky State Legislator Lisa Willner. Lisa Willner has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, a Ky Psychological Associate, the Executive Director of Unitarian Universalist, a two term member of the Jefferson County Public School Sy
In this week’s episode, we talk to our favorite bookseller, Sam Miller from Carmichael’s Books, about the holiday gift giving season. You’ve probably heard the warning to “shop early’ this holiday season because of shortages. So we are giving
The Louisville League of Women Voters and Louisville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. presented a Community Forum on FAIR MAPS - 2021 Redistricting: Gerrymandering vs. Fair Maps at the League of Women Voters on October 18, 20
The Louisville League of Women Voters and Louisville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. presented a Community Forum on FAIR MAPS - 2021 Redistricting: Gerrymandering vs. Fair Maps at the League of Women Voters on October 18, 2
Erica Shields, Police Chief of the Louisville Metro Police Dept. answers questions from moderator Dr. Wayne Tuckson and from the audience. This event was sponsored by the Louisville League of Women Voters and took place o August 25, 2021.
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