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MCPL Wins Award for “Power of Words” Program

The American Library Association is awarding its Excellence in Library Programming Award to the Monroe County Public Library’s “Power of Words” program. Reporter Sarah Vaughan spoke with Library Director Marilyn Wood about the Power of Words program for today’s WFHB Community Report.

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Habitat For Humanity Helps Local Family Find Housing

One local family struggled to pay rent in Bloomington’s housing market dominated by students. Habitat for Humainty helped the family make ends meet. The story was produced by a partnership between WFHB and an Indiana University journalism class.

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Kite Line- May 5, 2017: Commissary

For prisons to function smoothly and profitably, the major tools of control – violence, surveillance, separation – must be complimented by a host of less obvious instruments and technologies. These include censorship in the mail room, the cultivation of racial tension, integration of prisoner labor into facility maintenance, cafeteria operations, and private contracting, among many others. This week on Kite …

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Hola Bloomington – May 12, 2017

Locutores Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Luis Ramon Hernandez y Carlos Bakota discuten sobre noticias, leyes y politica. Hosts Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Luis Ramon Hernandez and Carlos Bakota talk about news, laws and politics.

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Hola Bloomington – May 12, 2017

Locutores Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Luis Ramon Hernandez y Carlos Bakota discuten sobre noticias, leyes y politica. Hosts Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Luis Ramon Hernandez and Carlos Bakota talk about news, laws and politics.

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bloomingOUT – News Segment – May 11, 2017

In this brief segment, bloomingOUT producer Ryne Shadday discusses current LGBT news and events. Topics include conversion therapy, artificial insemination, and same-sex marriage. CREDITS Producer: Ryne Shadday Board Engineer: Jessie Grubb bloomingOUT News Director: Noelle Philipps Executive Producer: Joe Crawford The bloomingOUT theme is an original composition from Aaron Gage.

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Voices in the Street: “What do you like best about Bloomington?”

Now that the students have left and only longtime residents remain one wonders what it is that Bloomington’s permanent residents like best about their town. Voices has gone out into the streets and asked the question: what do you like best about Bloomington?

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Big Talk! w/ Michael Glab: Jeffrey Isaac

Jeff Isaac is an opinionated scholar. A professor of political science at Indiana University, he has written many books, is a regular contributor to respected journals, and takes to social media to share his feelings and bring political science just a bit closer to the average person. He grew up in a typical New York City neighborhood, playing stickball and …

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Coming Up On Interchange – Fela Kuti: Becoming African in America

Next time on Interchange: Becoming African in America We’ll be live from The Atlas Bar for a 90-minute special featuring the music and protest politics of Fela Kuti, the Nigerian multi-instrumentalist, musician, composer, pioneer of the Afrobeat music genre, and human rights activist. Fela Kuti died 1997 at the age of 58 but his music has seen a resurgence even …

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Daily Local News – May 11, 2017

Plans for an apartment complex are inching forward after the City Council gave its support in a straw poll; Ellettsville’s Town Marshal says town residents will see three new police vehicles on the road by the summer; Another Marsh Supermarkets location is facing possible closure after an announcement by the company; Local students have received honors recently for their work …

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