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Student Organizations Stage Demonstration to Protest Recent Violence

Students Against State Violence and the Black Student Union at Indiana University are holding a demonstration at the Sample Gates this evening beginning at 6:30pm. The event will include speakers from student organizations and Indy10 Black Lives Matter, and is intended as a protest against racialized police violence and institutional racism. The demonstrators will be marching from the Sample Gates …

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Hola Bloomington – October 7, 2016

En nuestro programa de hoy locutores Minerva Sosa y Norma Reeves platican con Oscar Arreaza, que es Venezolano y Exsenet Esler, que es Salvadoreña, sobre la cultura hispana y latina. Hablan sobre que significa la Herencia Hispana para ellos. Comparten tradiciones familiares y nos dicen porque es importante celebrar nuestros raíces. También nos cuentan sobre los eventos que la Ciudad …

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Kite Line – October 7, 2016: The YIMBY Episode

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Welcome to the YIMBY episode: Yes In My Backyard. We focus on some positive projects in our area that affect those experiencing incarceration, addiction, and poverty. We have updates on the National Prison Strike, read a letter from an inmate in the Monroe County Jail, and hear letters from prisoners requesting friends in the form of penpals. We speak with …

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Big Talk: “Resilience: Indiana’s Untold Story”

People of color have a long and fascinating history in the state of Indiana. Admitted to the Union as a free state 200 years ago, the state still was home to slaves, with slaveholders employing a variety of tricks to skirt the law and keep people in virtual bandage to them. Playwrights Dr. Gladys DeVane and Liz Watford-Mitchell as well …

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Daily Local News – October 6, 2016

Developers of a proposed high-density student housing complex planned for Dunn Hill are facing tough criticism from area residents; A Baptist congregation saw its efforts to build a new church stalled again by Monroe County Board of Zoning Appeals; The United Way of Monroe County has announced this start of its 2016-2017 Fund Drive; The Indiana Institute for Working Families …

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EcoFeature – Sher Schwartz of Oregon Discusses Training Mini Donkeys

In today’s EcoReport feature, correspondent Bob Kissel interviews Sher Schwartz from Oregon, who owns two mini donkeys. Bob and Sher discuss training mini donkeys in agility and obedience.

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EcoReport – October 6, 2016

EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster open discussion of human relationships with nature and the Earth and to encourage you to take personal responsibility for the world in which we live. Each program features timely eco-related …

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Daily Local News – October 5, 2016

A demonstration is planned tonight at 7pm to draw attention to issues at Bloomington’s Peoples Park; An event titled “Our Black Lives Matter: In Remembrance of Joseph Smedley” begins at 6:30 p.m. tonight at the Neal Marshall Black Culture Center on the IU campus; I-69 construction is reportedly back on track with a new completion schedule from contractor Isolux Corsan; …

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Monroe County Commission Candidates on Public Safety Income Tax

Longtime Monroe County Commissioner Iris (EAR-iss) Kiesling is serving her final term on the Board this year, and two candidates are competing to replace her. The Democratic candidate, Amanda Barge, and the Republican candidate, Paul White, Sr., met at the WFHB studios for a conversation about County issues. Both candidates will be on the ballot this November. In this next …

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Better Beware – The Latest

The massive Yahoo hack, a “Blessing Scam” in New York, and a new way to steal Gift Cards are all in the news right now, and here’s the lowdown.

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