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Bring It On! – August 19, 2013

Bev Smith and Liz Mitchell welcome Terry James, the great-great grandson of Ervin James, the founder of Jamestown, South Carolina. PART ONE The African American community of Jamestown, South Carolina has its origins in a 105-acre tract bought in 1870 by former slave Ervin James (1815-1872). James, who was determined to own his own farm instead of being dependent on …

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Bring It On! – August 12, 2013

Bev Smith and Cornelius Wright welcome Amina Pierson, Economic Development Department Manager at Fifth Third Bank in Indianapolis. PART ONE Amina Pierson, Economic Development Department Manager at 5th/3rd Bank in Indianapolis,  joins Bev and Cornelius on the show to talk about upcoming eBus visit in Bloomington at the Broadview Learning Center on Tuesday, August 20, and at the Bloomington Housing …

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My Health Matters – Worksite Wellness Alliance: Fredna Holmgren

Fredna talks about a newly formed Alliance addressing Health and Wellness Programs in the community, collaborations, and networking opportunities for Wellness Professionals.

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EcoReport – August 15, 2013

In today’s EcoReport feature, Jeff Stant from the Indiana Forest Alliance explains how over the last decade the state government has ramped up destructive industrial logging practices in your public forests. EcoReport 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 …

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bloomingOUT – August 15, 2013

Singer/Songwriter/Producer Carrie Pietz performs live in studio, chats about her musical career and community event activities with Metro Rising, Rock and Bowl and Girls Rock Camp Indy. Musical selections are “Stars” and “Summer Lovin” from her latest “Stars” CD and “I Said Please,” “True Love” and “Trouble With Me” from her “Wreckless Decisions” CD.  President of Black Equity Indy Sinceray …

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Standing Room Only – The Cycle of Violence: The Protective Order Process in Monroe County

Last Thursday, August 8th, County Commissioner Julie Thomas moderated a panel discussion focusing on domestic violence and access to protective orders in Monroe county. The discussion meant to bring awareness to the issue of domestic violence in our community. Speakers included, Linda Robbins, Monroe County Clerk Toby Strout, Executor Director of Middle Way House Robert Miller, Chief Deputy, Prosecutor’s Office …

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Hola Bloomington – August 9, 2013

Hostess Luz Maria Lopez and Jenny Gibson interviewed Keyla Guevara. Keyla works for the 5/3 bank and explains the benefits of the eBus that will be in Bloomington on August 20 and 21. Also Luis vs Luis and Heydi Encarnacion with her health segment. Desde los pasillos and the events of the week.

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