Author: Tom Walker

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This week our guest will be Myrieme Churchill, Executive Director of Parents For Peace. Parents For Peace supports families, friends, and communities concerned about someone becoming involved with extremism. They provide guidance and early intervention; raise public awareness; and advocate for effective policy solutions.

Our guest this Wednesday will be Sofia Ali-Khan, a writer and a public interest attorney. A second-generation Pakistani American born and raised in the United States, she’s a graduate of New College and has just written her first book A Good Country: My Life in Twelve Towns and the Devastating Battle for a White America. […]

This Wednesday, October 19 at 9am, WSLR BEGINS ITS FALL MEMBERSHIP DRIVE! Bob and I will talk about some of our past shows and try to persuade you to call in (941) 894-6469‬ or go online and renew your membership. We’ll hear some quick state news from Jim Saunders of the News Service of Florida. […]

Missed the show? It’s on the archives. Just go to This Wednesday, October 12 at 9am, we talked to Alia Garrett, Sustainability Outreach Coordinator for Sarasota County UF/IFAS Extension and Sustainability. She talked about the 17th Annual Sustainable Communities Workshop coming on Tuesday, Nov. 01, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m at the New College of Florida […]

October 5th at 9am we’ll first talk to author Ella Colic who wrote the book Trees Without Roots. Ella will discuss her family’s harrowing escape from Bosnia during the war, as well as the far-reaching effects of the current war in Ukraine. Her book is a true story about the heroic and painful journey of her father […]

This Wednesday, Sept 28 at 9am, we’ll talk to Ella Colic. Ella is the American author of the book “Trees Without Roots.” It’s a true story about the heroic and painful journey of her father and his sister, who dodged mortars and experienced death all around them when they were children trying to escape the Bosnian […]

This Wednesday, Sept. 21, is the International Day of Peace. To honor that, at 9am, Bob has arranged to talk to a spokesperson from Preemptive Love, an organization which works to create a world without violence. Then, since it’s the third Wednesday of the month, at 9:30 we’ll host Justice Matters, brought to us each […]

This Wednesday we’ll talk to Din Blankenship, co-director of the film REFUGE. The film will be shown next Tuesday, September 20, at 7pm at Fogartyville. “REFUGE” tells a story about fear and love in the American South. A leader in a white nationalist hate group finds healing from the people he once hated – a Muslim heart […]

This Wednesday we’ll talk to Dan Boxser of the Boxser Diversity Initiative and Everett Oceola, Cultural Ambassador of the Seminole tribe and founder of Native Reel Cinema. We’ll preview some of the films coming up at the Sarasota Native American Film Festival September 9-15. Come to the live events or watch all the films online […]

This Wednesday we’ll have all three authors of a brand new book Our Veterans – Winners, Losers, Friends and Enemies on the New Terrain of Veterans Affairs – Suzanne Gordon, Steve Early and Jasper Craven. In Our Veterans, Suzanne Gordon, Steve Early, and Jasper Craven explore the physical, emotional, social, economic, and psychological impact of […]

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