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Interchange – The Troublesome Films of Charles Burnett

We’re joined by James Naremore to discuss the cinema of Charles Burnett, who’s been called the nation’s least-known great filmmaker and the country’s most important African-American director. His major works, such as Killer of Sheep, To Sleep with Anger, The Glass Shield, and Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property explore history’s effect on the structure of family. In films about working-class …

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Petition Asks to Remove KKK Mural from IU

A series of murals at Indiana University is facing increasing criticism in the renewed push to wipe out statues and commemorations of racism and slavery in the U.S. In a panel of the Thomas Benton Murals at IU’s Woodburn Hall, a series of hooded Ku Klux Klan members lift their arms around a burning cross. One of the members is …

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Everyday People: Hands on Caregiving

In this episode, Stacey and Courtney discuss 5 key ways to take better care of a loved one including how to physically assist a care recipient. Source : Family Caregiver Alliance.

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Ellettsville Town Council Approves 2018 Budget

The Ellettsville Town Council gave its final approval yesterday to the town’s 2018 budget, but not without some controversy. Council member Brian Mobley says he feels administrators have unfairly cherry-picked a select number of employees to get raises next year. Mobley was the lone “no” vote on the town budget. Mobley says he had figured out a way to give …

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Daily Local News – September 26, 2017

A fake poster replaced IU’s sexual assault awareness posters in dorms and halls across the IU Bloomington campus yesterday; The Indiana University Caving Club is under review; In a summary judgement, an Indiana Supreme Court struck down a controversial series of abortion regulations late last week; The Ellettsville Town Council gave its final approval yesterday to the town’s 2018 budget, …

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Bring It On! – September 25, 2017

Hosts Leila Randle and William Hosea speak with Mayor Greg Goodnight of Kokomo. Mayor Goodnight describes changes in Kokomo, and how he benchmarks services in his town with other Indiana towns. Listen for some fascinating details! PART ONE Hosts Leila Randle and William Hosea speak with Mayor Greg Goodnight of Kokomo. Mayor Goodnight describes changes in Kokomo, and how he …

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Att’y General Hill Criticizes Needle Exchanges & CDC

Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill has criticized the state’s needle exchange programs as well as the Centers for Disease Control. Hill’s criticisms come in the wake of a CDC report requesting the state cease collecting data on syringe exchange programs. According to the CDC, the information gathered by Indiana using inaccurate data can alter the true statistical picture. The Governor’s …

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Cartoonist Evans Discusses the Calais Jungle Refugee Camp

As part of Indiana University’s Themester program, “Diversity, Difference, Otherness,” cartoonists Kate Evans and Sarah Glidden will be discussing their new books out about their experiences witnessing refugee situations for the presentation, “Refugees, Art, and Journalism.” Kate Evans joins Interchange producer Doug Storm to discuss her new Verso Books release, Threads: From the Refugee Crisis, about the refugee camp called the …

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Indiana University Student Abandoned In Cave for 60 Hours

Indiana University is under fire after a student was left in a cave for three days and two nights. The student, Lukas Cavar, was left in a cave after fellow classmates and student instructors failed to realize that Cavar was not with them when they returned to campus from Sullivan Cave, in southern Monroe County. Cavar stated that he become …

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Daily Local News – September 25, 2017

Indiana University student Lukas Cavar was abandoned in a cave for three days and two nights; Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill criticizes needle exchange programs and the Centers for Disease Control; Dr. Kristina Box will be Indiana’s new State Health Commissioner; Owen County highway superintendent Joe Pettijohn is charged with theft, conflict of interest, and official misconduct; More than one-third …

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