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Bring It On! – April 18, 2016

Clarence Boone and Leila Randle discuss the African-American Choral Ensemble resident at Indiana University with ensemble director Dr. Raymond Wise. The ensemble features a broad repertoire of spirituals, folk forms, and gospel music. The current director, Dr. Raymond Wise talks about the inter-relationship of the various choral forms, as well as the upcoming concert by the ensemble. The ensemble is …

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Bring It On – April 11, 2016

Bring It On’s William Hosea and Liz Mitchell welcome special guests IU Professor, Dr. Tyron Cooper, and the City of Bloomington’s Dan Niederman and Hannah Lehman from the Department of Housing and Neighborhood Development (HAND). Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 56:49 — 52.0MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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Bring It On – April 4, 2016

Clarence Boone and Cornelius Wright welcome special guest Dr. Iris Rosa, who is a professor in Indiana University Bloomington’s Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies, and the Director of the African American Dance Company for over four decades. Rosa joins Bring It On to discuss the history of the African American Dance Company and their upcoming Spring Concert, …

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Bring It On! – March 21, 2016

William Hosea and Leila Randle hear about the Indiana University Thomas I. Atkins Living Learning Center and The Twenty-First Century Scholar Program. Vincent Isom, director of both programs is tonight’s guest along with Jermaine Williams, a member of the program. PART ONE William Hosea and Leila Randle hear about the Indiana University Thomas I. Atkins Living Learning Center from Vincent …

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Bring It On! – February 29, 2016

William Hosea and Cornelius Wright host a round table on the legacy of President Barack Obama. PART ONE On the last day of Black History Month, William Hosea and Cornelius Wright host a round table on the legacy of President Barack Obama. Joining in the discussion is Liz Mitchell and Jacinda Townsend. This broadcast concludes Black History Month – Bloomington …

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BRING IT ON! – February 22, 2016

Clarence Boone and Floyd Hobson welcome Liz Mitchell as part of Black History Month. PART ONE Clarence Boone and Floyd Hobson welcome Liz Mitchell as part of Black History Month – Bloomington Style: Reclaiming the next 100 years. Liz is the award winning producer for “Dark Past, Bright Future”, a historical feature not heard on main stream media. Her features …

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Bring It On! – February 8, 2016

Clarence Boone and Liz Mitchell welcome Dr. Charlie Nelms as part of Black History Month. PART ONE Clarence Boone and Liz Mitchell welcome Dr. Charlie Nelms as part of Black History Month – Bloomington Style: Reclaiming the next 100 years. Dr. Nelms shares his extensive and remarkable insight on the state of racial affairs in the community and the nation. …

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Bring It On! – February 1, 2016

William Hosea and Cornelius Wright discuss Black History Month – Bloomington Style: Reclaiming the next 100 years. Joining the discussion is Rafi Hassan of the Bloomington Community & Family Resources Department. PART ONE William Hosea and Cornelius Wright discuss Black History Month – Bloomington Style: Reclaiming the next 100 years. Joining the discussion is Rafi Hassan of the Bloomington Community …

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Bring It On! – January 4, 2016

Clarence Boone and William Hosea welcome retiring four-term City of Bloomington Clerk, Regina Moore. PART ONE Clarence Boone and William Hosea welcome retiring four-term City of Bloomington Clerk, Regina Moore. Ms. Moore discusses her tenure as clerk and her recruitment initiatives aimed at filling City boards and commissions with a diverse group of citizens. In her own words, she shared …

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Bring It On! – December 21, 2015

Clarence Boone and William Hosea welcome Jacinda Townsend, Bring It On contributor, IU faculty member, and mother. PART ONE Clarence Boone and William Hosea welcome Jacinda Townsend to discuss tonight’s topic “The New Face of Families”. Biracial children have been a part of America reportedly since 1620. Despite the long history biracial children have in the U.S., myths still abound. …

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