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Interchange – Policing Race in America: Ferguson, Missouri

On tonight’s program, Policing Race in America, we discuss the way racial minorities are denigrated and devalued through institutional violence using the August 9 police murder of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri as an example that is all too common in the U.S. Darren Wilson, the officer who killed Brown, is a resident of Crestwood, MO which is 94% White …

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Interchange – Poor Bees, Poor Birds, Poor Men: Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring

Tonight we  share with you a discussion of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring I had with two scholars of Carson’s work, Lisa Sideris, Associate Professor in the Department of Religious Studies and the Director of the Consortium for the Study of Religion, Ethics and Society, and Christoph Irmscher, provost professor of English and the Director of the Wells Scholars program. Silent …

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Interchange – Choctaw Academy: Educating the Vanquished

Original Air Date: September 3, 2013: Choctaw Academy  Host Doug Storm speaks with Christina Snyder, an associate professor in the Departments of American Studies and History at Indiana University. Snyder’s scholarship focuses on Native North America and on the histories of colonialism and slavery.  She is the author of Slavery in Indian Country: The Changing Face of Captivity in Early …

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Interchange – The Best of Andy Mahler: Mick Harrison and Bloomington’s Toxic Waste Problem

This is the final show of our News Summit Special four-episode series “The Best of Andy Mahler.” For tonight’s episode Mahler talks with Bloomington resident Mick Harrison, one of the nation’s foremost environmental and public interest attorneys representing whistleblowers, environmental advocates, and others who resist corporate and government malfeasance. The two pay special attention to how Westinghouse turned Bloomington into …

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Interchange – The Best of Andy Mahler: A Poet Protecting Mountaintops

This episode features award-winning poet and author Maurice Manning, a native of Danville, Kentucky. Manning’s work has appeared in The Green Mountains Review, The Spoon River Poetry Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, The Sonora Review, and The New Yorker. His collection entitled “Lawrence Booth’s Book of Visions” was the 2001 winner of the Yale Series of Younger Poets competition. In the …

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Interchange – The Best of Andy Mahler: Dwight Worker

Tonight Interchange presents the second episode in our “Best of Andy Mahler” series. Mahler’s guest in this program is Dwight Worker, long-time Bloomington resident, author, adventurer, and activist. Worker talks about his early years as an anti-war and civil rights activist at IU in the 60s, his escape from a Mexican prison in the 70s, his career in information systems …

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Interchange – The Best of Andy Mahler: Annemarie Mahler

During the month of  July our News Department programming will consist of a “Best Of ” series as we direct and attend our first ever WFHB News Summit.  Our “Best of Interchange” highlights programs by host Andy Mahler, the recipient of the 2009 WFHB Legacy Award. In the first of these programs Andy interviews his mother, the artist Annemarie Mahler. …

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Interchange – The 2014 WFHB News Summit: A Discussion with Alycin Bektesh

Host Doug Storm asks WFHB News Director, Alycin Bektesh, questions about the upcoming WFHB News Summit. Anyone with an interest in the current status of the News Department, the future of particular shows, or a desire to learn more radio skills is invited. You do not have to be a current volunteer in the News Department to attend any of …

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Interchange – Subverting Democracy Through Education Reform

Host Doug Storm is joined by prominent blogger and Purdue PhD candidate Freddie DeBoer. DeBoer’s blog, Interfaces of the Word, is often linked to and excerpted by such national bloggers and columnists like Andrew Sullivan at The Daily Dish and Ta-Nehisi Coates at The Atlantic Monthly. His essays have appeared in New Inquiry, Salon, and Jacobin. DeBoer is currently writing …

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Interchange – Courting the 1%: The Roberts Court and Money

Host Doug Storm talks with Steve Sanders an associate professor in the Maurer School of Law at Indiana University. Sanders teaches in the areas of constitutional and public law while his current scholarship focuses on issues affecting same-sex couples and their families at the intersection of constitutional law, conflict of laws, federalism, and family law. We spend the hour talking …

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