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Our first guest this Wednesday will be Doug Staley, the Executive Director of the Child Protection Center. The CPC’s mission is the Prevention, Intervention, & Treatment of Child Abuse. Read more about their programs HERE. On the second half our our show, since it’s the third Wednesday, we’ll hear Justice Matters, brought to you by the […]

First we’ll talk to Leslie Glass, co-founder of Reach Out Recovery. Reach Out Recovery is focused on addiction education, prevention, and family wellness and crafts meaningful content for millions of people impacted by addiction and mental illness. We’ll also talk to two students who have benefitted from Reach Out Recovery. On the second half of the […]

Our first guest this Wednesday will be Andrei Malaev-Babel, Director of the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training, a three-year graduate program culminating in a Master of Fine Arts degree. Only twelve students are chosen each year from the thousands who audition nationwide to work in a program that combines rigorous classroom training with guest artist workshops […]

Tomorrow, March 29th, we’ll talk to Dr. Larry Thompson. Larry became President of the Ringling College of Art and Design in July of 1999. He’ll talk about how the college has grown and what is planned for the future. Then we’ll talk to Andrew K. Franklin, a former Senior Producer at NBC News. Andy was with […]

This Wednesday at 9am we’ll talk to Paul Ratner about the Sarasota Film Festival which starts this Friday, March 24. Paul is Managing Director of the festival. We’ll be joined by two filmmakers: Chucha Barber is the Producer of Unfiltered: The Truth About Oysters. It’s a documentary film that “explores the oyster’s role both in our […]

This Wednesday at 9am our guest will be Daresha Kyi, director of the film Mama Bears. Mama Bears is a feature-length documentary that explores the many ways in which the lives of conservative, Christian mothers are impacted and utterly transformed when they decide to affirm and advocate on behalf of their LGBTQ children. As members of a […]

This Wednesday at 9am our first guest on Peace & Justice will be Scott Osborne, President of Through Women’s Eyes. We’ll talk about the TWE Film Festival starting this Thursday and running through next Monday. There will be a screening of Four Short Films and an awards ceremony at Fogartyville, Saturday, March 11, from 1-4 p.m. On […]

This Wednesday we’ll talk to Anders Croy, the head of DeSantis Watch, a new web initiative from Florida Watch and  Progress Florida. DeSantis Watch is “dedicated to shining a spotlight on the Governor’s failures of leadership that make all of us less free. Together, we are building a grassroots movement to hold Governor DeSantis accountable and ensure […]

This Wednesday our first guest will be Norin Dollard of the Florida Policy Institute talking about her new analysis of HB 1, and the senate version SB 202, proposed Florida laws which could greatly expand the Florida private education voucher program. She writes: The Florida House and Senate have both introduced bills that would create a […]

This Wednesday our guest will be John Noltner, creator of A Peace of My MInd,  a multimedia arts project that uses portraits and personal stories to bridge divides and encourage dialogue around important issues. “Through exhibits, workshops, lectures, on-site studios, and distance learning, A Peace of My Mind leads transformative experiences that help a polarized world […]