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Author: Tom Walker

This Wednesday, June 12 at 9am on the Peace & Justice Report, we’ll talk to Martin Johnson, author of The Atheist’s Survival Guide – 35 Ways to Combat Religious Intolerance. Then we’ll talk to Joe Simonetta, author of the new book Be Healthy. Be Kind. Respect the Environment.

This Wednesday, June 5, at 9am, we’ll talk to Larry Tye, author of “The Jazzmen – How Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong and Count Basie Transformed America”. Then we’ll hear from Sandra Tapfumaneyi, Sarasota County’s emergency management chief, about hurricane preparedness.

This Wednesday at 9am we’ll talk to David Swanson, author of the new book with Code Pink’s Medea Benjamin Nato: What You Need to Know.

This Wednesday, May 22 at 9am, we’ll talk to local author Ruth Brandwein and then WSLR co-founder Dave Beaton about his plans for Michigan!

This Wednesday, May 15 at 9am, we’ll talk to Brad Wolf, editor of the new book A Ministry of Risk: Writings on Peace and Nonviolence by Philip Berrigan, peace activist and Catholic priest. Then Jon Thaxton talks about affordable housing.

This Wednesday, May 8 at 9am, we’ll talk to Ken Grossinger, author of Art Works – How Organizers and Artists Are Creating a Better World Together.

On Wednesday, May 1 at 9am, we’ll talk to Liz Barker, candidate for the Sarasota School Board, District Two. The election is August 20.

This Wednesday, April 24 at 9am, E. Scott Osborne will interview Florida nature photographer and author Fran Palmeri. Then we’ll talk to Adrienne Scott about the repatriation campaigns of the Pocasset Pokanoket Land Trust in the Northeast United States.

This Wednesday, April 17, we’ll talk to a person who was homeless until a few days ago, and we’ll hear from Gail Chatfield of Freedom Gathering about the meals and other services they provide in Bradenton.

On our show Wednewday, we talked to Jarrod Kozee from On the Spot Aid. They provide street medicine and care for the area homeless. Then we talked to Johannes Werner, head of our amazing WSLR news team!