Author: Tom Walker

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This Wednesday July 10 at 9am I’ll play an interview I did recently with Desmond Meade, CEO of Florida Rights Restoration Coalition. We’ll talk about the new restrictions on voting placed on returning citizens by the Florida Legislature regarding payment of their fines, fees and restitutions – and how he’s helping. On the second half […]

This Wednesday, June 26 at 9am we’ll be talking in the studio to Herald-Tribune columnist Carrie Seidman and Andrea Blanch of the Center for Religious Tolerance. They’ll talk about what they learned while attending the Trauma-Informed Community Development Institute at Duquesne University recently. In the second half of the show we’ll learn from Tracy Spalsbury […]

This week on the Peace & Justice Report we’ll talk in the studio to Gene Jones and Mike Burns from the Florida Veterans for Common Sense. Mike and Gene will discuss the AUMF (Authorization to Use Military Force), their report on climate change, assault weapons, escalating foreign wars, the military budget, veteran health, the defense […]

Our first guest this Wednesday will be Greg Cruz from Streets of Paradise who is hosting the fourth annual Stop the Violence cookout this Sunday, June 9 at 11am at Payne Park, 2050 Adams Lane in Sarasota. Streets of Paradise fills a hole in the homeless crisis response network by providing those individuals being re-homed with […]

This Wednesday, Bob will first talk to Tracy Pratt, Chair of Project 180. About Project 180: Over 30,000 Florida prisoners are released annually and reenter our communities. Many wish to become law-abiding citizens and have the best intention of living a conventional life yet have few job skills, lack a formal education, and experience discrimination […]

This coming Wednesday morning at 9am Jim Eachus will talk about the basics of climate science through stories from the lives of scientists, from Benjamin Franklin to Jennifer Francis. Who was the first radical leftist to contribute to climate science?  How did the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand lead to an important climate discovery? How did […]

On Wednesday, April 17, our guest was Captain Demetri Konstantopoulos of the Sarasota Police Department. He was recently featured in the films Trafficked in Paradise and Trafficking Solution at the Sarasota Film Festival. We also had as our guest Sarah Pretorius, Executive Assistant to the CEO, and an Advocacy and Awareness Coordinator for Selah Freedom. […]

[kc_row use_container=”yes” force=”no” column_align=”middle” video_mute=”no” _id=”340983″][kc_column width=”12/12″ video_mute=”no” _id=”807159″][kc_column_text] This Wednesday, April 10 at 9am, our first guest will be Dr. Mohsen Milani. Dr. Milani is the Executive Director of the Center for Strategic & Diplomatic Studies and Professor of Politics at the University of South Florida. He served as a department chair from 1998 […]

This Wednesday, April 3 at 9 a.m. we’ll have in the studio representatives of the two film festivals starting soon in Sarasota! Through Women’s Eyes (TWE), starts Saturday, April 6 at the Regal Hollywood 11 and is celebrating its 20th year of offering films directed by or produced by women. TWE is sponsored by the […]

Our first guest this Wednesday, March 27, at 9am, will be Mark Paul,¬†an Assistant Professor of Economics at¬†New College of Florida¬†and a Fellow at the¬†Roosevelt Institute. He is a political economist working in the areas of inequality, environmental economics, and applied microeconomics. His research is focused on understanding the causes and consequences of inequality and […]

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