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Kite Line- July 21, 2017: Communication and Resistance

Maintaining contact with long-term prisoners is key to both their survival and to ongoing struggles across the prison walls. In this episode, we hear a statement from Cindy Crabb, supporter of long-term anarchist prisoner Marius Mason, who will soon enter his 9th year of incarceration. Cindy stresses the need for us on the outside to show continued care and support, …

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bloomingOUT – JJ Gufreda – July 20, 2017

Join our anchors Jeff and Erica as they chat with JJ Gufreda about transgender politics and activism. JJ will be performing her show “Left Hander in London: The Earthquake” at the Indy Fringe Festival, which is taking place August 17-27. Musical selections include “Drama” by Torraine Futurum featuring Rubby, “If You’re Hearing This” by Hook N Sling, Parson James, & …

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Voices in the Street: “If you could change one thing in the State of Indiana what would it be?”

Summer is here, the weather is beautiful and yet: there is always something one wishes for. This week’s Voices in the Street asked your friends and neighbors a simple question: “If you could change one thing in the State of Indiana what would it be?”

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Big Talk! w/ Michael Glab: One Year Anniversary

WFHB News Director Joe Crawford took a chance on Big Talk three years ago. The idea for a weekly regular feature on the Daily Local News spotlighting compelling people from in and around Bloomington might have been intriguing but carrying it out would be a challenge. After some fits and starts, Big Talk became a Thursday fixture on the DLN …

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Daily Local News – July 20, 2017

White-tailed deer at the Griffy Lake Nature Preserve are close to destroying the preserve to the point it may never recover; With ISTEP officially on its way out, the state is in market for a new standardized testing system. FEATURE WFHB News Director Joe Crawford took a chance on Big Talk three years ago. The idea for a weekly regular …

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Eco Report- July 20, 2017

Eco Report 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 …

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Activate! – Wildcare Inc.: Lindsay Schroeder

Original air date: 07/24/2017 Each family celebrates the holidays a little differently; we could all learn from Lindsay Schroeder’s commitment to service as a hallmark of her holiday season. For many years, Lindsay has designed and created hand-sewn ornaments to raise money for WildCare. Lindsay works at College Mall Veterinary Hospital, and is able to sell her ornaments there throughout …

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Standing Room Only: Can we derive a secular spirituality from the seasons?

On July 7, Bart Everson spoke about eco-spiritual practices at The Venue in Bloomington. A longtime atheist, Everson emphasized the celebration of living on Earth and the process of becoming better citizens of the planet. Much of Everson’s talk revolved around ideas also found in his book Spinning in Place: A Secular Humanist Embraces the Neo-Pagan Wheel of the Year.

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Daily Local News – July 19, 2017

This week, Carrier Corp will lay off 300 of its Indianapolis furnace factory employees.    Members of the activist organization Hoosier Action were in Washington D.C. and marched on Republican lawmakers offices, where they staged protests against the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, also called ‘Obamacare.’    Monroe County Sheriff Brad Swain appeared before County Commissioners this morning, explaining …

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Bart Everson, From Local TV Slacker-Provocateur to Atheist Religion Author

This month marks the 25th anniversary of the first episode of Rox, also known as J and B on the Rox, arguably the most controversial show ever to air on public access TV in Bloomington. The program generated outrage and calls for its removal during its hay day in the early and mid 1990s. It has also been one of …

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