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Kite Line: March 31, 2017- Jailhouse Law

This episode is a conversation with Steve Garrett, who during his time in Ohio’s prison system, used the legal loopholes and statutes he learned to challenge the State on its own terms. He shares stories with us about how he used the law to his advantage.

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Bring It On! – April 10, 2017

Bring It On co-anchors William Hosea and Jim Sims welcome Indiana State Senator and attorney Greg Taylor (representing District 33) to discuss the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus, an organization that strives to improve educational efforts in order to close the achievement gap that threatens to shut of opportunity to minority students at all grade levels. In addition, we also interview …

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Sarah Vaughan speaks with Doris Sims

Last Month, President Trump released a budget blue print that would cut grant funding that drives a multitude of local programs, including those administered by the City of Bloomington’s department of Housing and Neighborhood Development, or HAND. Last month we explored how those proposed funding cuts would impact seniors in our community. This month, reporter Sarah Vaughan spoke with HAND …

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Daily Local News – April 10, 2017

Indianapolis-based online review company Angie’s List is pulling their advertising from Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor”; Indiana University has announced they are restricting use of Franklin Hall in connection with to an appearance by controversial author Charles Murray; An Indiana University student group kept up their push for IU to commit to protecting undocumented students; The U.S. Census Bureau …

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Hola Bloomington – April 7, 2017

Locutora Maria Auxi Viloria entrevista a Policia Norma Rodriguez y Cadete Ulises Cortes sobre su trabajo en Indiana University Police Department- Bloomington. Speaker Maria Auxi Viloria interviews Police officer Norma Rodriguez and Cadet Ulises Cortes about their job at Indiana University Police Department-Bloomington.

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Coming Up On Interchange – It Takes A Democrat: An Interview with Thomas Frank

Next time on Interchange, “It Takes a Democrat: Selling Out Solidarity.” We’re joined by Thomas Frank, bestselling author of What’s the Matter with Kansas?, whose latest book Listen, Liberal asks the question, “Whatever Happened to the Party of the People?” With a focus on the metamorphosis of the Democratic Party from New Deal to New Democrats, centered in the presidency …

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Charles Murray Event At IU Denounced As “Highly Irresponsible”

Indiana University students, faculty and staff have signed an open letter denouncing a social scientist who is slated to speak on campus next week. The speaker, Charles Murray, is described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a white nationalist who uses “racist pseudoscience and misleading statistics to argue that social inequality is caused by the genetic inferiority of the …

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bloomingOUT – Jonathan Balash of Spencer Pride – April 6, 2017

Join bloomingOUT anchors Colin and JP as they welcome Jonathan Balash to the show! Jonathan discusses what’s new with Spencer Pride as well as plans for this year’s festival. The bloomingOUT crew also shares reasons for the community to support WFHB during out Spring Fund Drive. Tonight’s episode features your weekly LGBTQ+ news roundup from bloomingOUT News Director, Noelle Philipps; …

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Should the “red line in the sand” as drawn during the previous administration finally be enforced?

In August 2012, towards the end of his first term in office, president Obama drew a ‘red line in the sand’ indicating that, if Assad used chemical weapons, it would warrant U.S. military action. In August 2013, a year later, Syrian military attacked rebel-controlled areas of the Damascus suburbs with chemical weapons. When asked for authorization by then-president Obama, Congress …

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Daily Local News – April 6, 2017

Students, faculty and staff at Indiana University have signed an open letter denouncing a social scientist Charles Murray, who is slated to speak on campus; A group of IU students marched through campus and into the provost office to demand more social justice education on campus, along with other demands; The Indiana Senate has approved a bill allowing government agencies …

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