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ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY SHOW w/ Julie Novak, Beetle and FreedomWalker
It's all about the LOVE.
Robert Fuchs, Luisito Yumbla
Immigration lawyer Robert Fuchs spoke to us about his Freedom Act project that aims to bring about, the long expected, Immigration Reform. Community leader, Luisito Yumbla, spoke of the injustices committed against Venezuelan refugees in Ecuador, his country of origin.
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I LOVE MUSIC 🎶🎵🎶...........
Black History Month Discussion: Frank Waters, Jessieca McNabb, and Tyrone Wilson
Black History Month is almost here, Kevin Godbey and guest co-host Jessieca McNabb are talking about what's happening and who's involved with guests Frank Waters (My Kingston Kids) and Tyrone Wilson (Harambee Coalition)
HPV Discussion with Dr. Maggie Carpenter of Go Doc Go
This week on the O+ Radio Hour: Dr. Maggie Carpenter of Go Doc Go, Inc. will discuss HPV (human papillomavirus), its link to cervical cancer, and the latest recommendations regarding the HPV vaccine. We'll also talk about The Box, Go Doc Go's collaboration with artist Ryan Cronin. The interactive public art installation emphasizes the importance of HPV screening and allows women to self-test themselves and take charge of their own health.
Baseball Hall of Fame Announcements & The NFL Championship Weekend
Sal, Steve, Frank, and Joe are breaking down the announcement of the 2019 Major League Baseball Hall of Fame Class, as well as their thoughts on this past weekends' NFC and AFC Championship Games
January 22 Credits:
It's YOUR BLACK META! Diving deeper into our HOPES AND DREAMS-theme, we'll keep our feet on the ground with YOUR META's USUAL SUSPECTS, while our heads and hearts soar in the clouds! We're talking "tinners," sunscreen, "Perfect Coffee" (sans green tea), and why the things we own don't necessarily have to own us. PLUS, our INTERVIEW is with Ted Griese, Administrative Coordinator of The Kingston Land Trust! And, as always, we're rounding out the show with good tunes and good talk, The Truth That's Out There and a veritable Museum of Mindfulness! Lend us your ear, Gentles, and you'll not regret it!
J.J. Mulligan Sepúlveda, Iván Lajara and Yesenia Ruiz
Author Mulligan Sepúlveda spoke about his book, No Human is Ilegal. Daily Freeman editor, Iván Lajara, spoke about Ulster County politics, and a warming center. Doctoral candidate, Yesenia Ruiz, informed us about the Mexican Elite in the the 3-state area, Mi Casa es Puebla and Huachicoleo.
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