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Eco Report Feature – Indiana Forest Alliance Director Jeff Stant on Crown Hill Cemetery Project

In today’s Eco Report feature, correspondent Norm Holy brings us a report about the fight to save an old growth forest in Indianapolis.

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Hola Bloomington – January 20, 2017

Locutor Carlos Bakota entrevista dos estudiantes de Indiana University Enrique Lopez y William Palomo y una consejera de la Kelly School of Business Carol Maldonado. Ellos nos platican sobre su experiencia en la universidad, como conocieron la comunidad latina y las iniciativas latinos que han creado para apoyar a estudiantes. También hablan sobre la importancia de educar estudiantes sobre la …

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Daily Local News – January 17, 2017

After a decades-long career at IU Bloomington, the university’s provost and executive vice president Lauren Robel is now a finalist for the position of chancellor at the University of Hawaii at Manoa; Bloomington’s Interfaith Winter Shelter is attempting to crowdfund 50,000 dollars in order to fund its emergency homeless shelter this year; The final piece of a planned unit development at Patterson …

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Public Safety Tax Won’t Be Magic Bullet in Ellettsville

Local officials are finding the public safety tax may not fund as many public safety needs as they anticipated. Reporter Sarah Vaughan has more from the Town of Ellettsville.

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Syringe Exchange Program Expands Service Area

The Indiana Recovery Alliance, which started its needle exchange program in February of this year, is expanding its services into Lawrence County starting tomorrow. The Alliance was also recently re-approved by the state to continue the needle exchange program in Monroe County for another year. Needle exchange programs provide drug users with clean needles and prevent the spread of Hepatitis …

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Kite Line: December 2, 2016- Dignity in Detention, from Standing Rock to the Spanish State

Our focus this week is on Red Fawn Fallis, currently detained in North Dakota after her arrest on October 27, at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. We speak to a member of the International Indigenous Youth Council- and longtime friend of hers, Mia Stevens, about Red Fawn’s situation. We hear updates on the ongoing repression against striking prisoners, and read …

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WFHB at Standing Rock

WFHB reporter Leah Carter brings us a story of surveillance and police militarization, from Standing Rock, North Dakota.

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WFHB Election Night Excerpt Featuring Joe Varga, William Morris and Ann Boehm

Last night, as the nation waited to hear the outcome of the election, WFHB aired several hours of election coverage, reporting on local as well as statewide and federal races. In this next segment, we hear a portion of that coverage, including Indiana University labor studies professor Joe Varga and local attorney William Morris speaking about issues of racism and poverty. After that …

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Kite Line: October 28, 2016 – Hunger and Work Strikes

We learn about the Chicago Community Bond Fund, a group that bails people out of Chicago’s Cook County Jail and strives to end pretrial detention. James Kilgore speaks with Alfred Woodfox and Robert King of the Angola 3. Rounding out this week’s episode, we have part of Kilgore’s interview with Sekou Kambui, a longtime New Afrikan political prisoner, who reflects …

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Kite Line: October 28, 2016 – Hunger and Work Strikes

We learn about the Chicago Community Bond Fund, a group that bails people out of Chicago’s Cook County Jail and strives to end pretrial detention. James Kilgore speaks with Alfred Woodfox and Robert King of the Angola 3. Rounding out this week’s episode, we have part of Kilgore’s interview with Sekou Kambui, a longtime New Afrikan political prisoner, who reflects …

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