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bloomingOUT – Steve Sanders – February 23, 2017

Join bloomingOUT anchors Grace and JP as they welcome Steve Sanders to the show! Steve is an associate professor at the IU Maurer School of Law who has spoken with us previously about legal issues often faced by the LGBTQ+ community. Tonight, Steve will discuss the potential legal battles facing members of the transgender community after the decision by President …

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Eco Report – February 23, 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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Eco Report Feature – Myke Luurtsema On All-Age Forests

In today’s Eco Report feature, correspondent Aaron Comforty speaks with Mike Luurtsema from the Heartwood Council about the group’s efforts to save old growth forests in Indiana.

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Standing Room Only: Dr. Janet Poppendieck and the History of Food Security

On Friday, February 10th, Dr. Janet Poppendieck gave a lecture of food security at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IU. Dr. Poppendieck is a sociologist and food policy author, and has written three books, entitled Sweet Charity, Breadlines Knee Deep in Wheat, and Free For All: Fixing School Food in America. Dr. Poppendieck talked about the history …

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Arts Interchange – Such Stuff: Henry Woronicz on The Tempest

If we are such stuff as dreams are made on…is anything real outside the mind? Henry Woronicz, the Director of IU Theatre’s production of The Tempest, attempts an answer. This weekend IU Theatre will open the production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest which will feature acrobatic aerial silk work and a female actor playing the “Salvage” Islander Caliban*. For this “Arts …

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Interchange – The Tragic Birth of Black Populism

Born out of necessity, out of self-protection and preservation, Black Populism’s story is equal parts inspiring and heartbreaking. Last week Thea Riofrancos joined us to try to distinguish Populism in terms of its political character–on the Left and on the Right. Today, we’ll take a look at the development and destruction of Black Populism in the post-bellum South, discovering the …

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Bring It On! – February 20, 2017

William Hosea and Clarence Boone host Dr. David Ragland, head of the Truth Telling Project.  There is nothing new about state violence against African Americans.  From slave patrols up through today’s shoot-first practices, racial oppression in the US has always been maintained by violence. Hear about Truth Telling first!  And later in the broadcast Bring It On’s always unique ending …

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Hola Bloomington – February 17, 2017

Carlos Bakota entrevista a Dayanna Archavala, Nitza Duran and Stephanie Huezo sobre su investigación sobre los estudios latinos. Nos cuentan como los estudiantes siempre han sido el centro del movimiento. También nos habla sobre la diversidad de los latinos y el día sin inmigrantes. Carlos Bakota interviews Dayanna Archavala, Nitza Duran and Stephanie Huezo about their research in Latino Studies.They …

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bloomingOUT – JJ Gufreda – February 16, 2017

Join bloomingOUT anchors Colin, Grace, and JP as they welcome JJ Gufreda to the show! JJ is an author, artist, and playwright. She is the former president of the Indy Rainbow Chamber, and has recently written an article for The Advocate. JJ joins us tonight to talk about her most recent projects and what inspired her to write about the …

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IN Nature – Cerulean Warbler

The Cerulean Warbler is a small songbird with a severely declining population. They can be found in Indiana. Find out more about these birds in this episode of IN Nature, produced by Eco-Report’s Julianna Dailey.

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