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Our first guest on the Peace & Justice Report this Wednesday, Sept. 8 at 9am will be Taylor Majher. Taylor is the Peace Corps regional recruiter for universities and community organizations in the greater Miami, South Florida area. She served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the agricultural sector in Guatemala from 2018—2020. While in […]

This Wednesday, Sept. 1 at 9am our first guest will be activist Al Fox, Jr., founder of the The lliance for Responsible Cuba Policy Foundation. We’ll talk about the United States embargo against Cuba. Al is also considering a run against Marco Rubio for the U.S. Senate. Watch a Tampa interview here. Our second guest will […]

This Wednesday, August 25 at 9am, our first guest will be Erik Crown, Director of the new film PHOSFATE. See below for a description of the film. On the second half of our show our guest will be Dr. Lisa Merritt of the Multicultural Health Institute. Dr. Merritt will share the results of a new Data […]

Our first guest this Wednesday, August 18 at 9am, will be Max Gaston, an attorney with ACLU Florida. Max will update us on the lawsuit against H.B.1, the new Anti-Protest law in Florida. Among other things, H.B.1 risks criminalizing peaceful protest, discourages people from protesting, and otherwise infringes on First Amendment rights. The second half of […]

This Wednesday, August 11 at 9am, after a brief news report from the News Service of Florida, we’ll talk to Judge Charles E. Williams, a Circuit Court Judge in the 12th Judicial Circuit (Sarasota, Manatee and Desoto Counties). We’ll talk about the new Sarasota African American Museum being developed and the Sarasota African American Cultural Coalition […]

This Wednesday, August 4 at 9am, we’ll play part of the film RACIALLY CHARGED: America’s Misdemeanor Problem, created by Brave New Films. Then we’ll talk to one of the film’s producers, Casey Johnson. Casey also produced the film Suppressed 2020: The Fight to Vote. RACIALLY CHARGED: America’s Misdemeanor Problem exposes how our country’s history of […]

This Wednesday our guest will be Robert Shetterly, the artist behind American Who Tell the Truth. Robert creates portraits of citizens who courageously address issues of social, environmental, and economic fairness. “By combining art and other media, AWTT offers resources to inspire a new generation of engaged Americans who will act for the common good, our […]

This Wednesday, July 21 at 9am, our first guest will be John Severini of Rank My Vote Florida. John will explain Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) and talk about how it performed in the recent New York City elections. Our second guest will be Jonathan Evans, Executive Director of the Healthy Teens Coalition of Manatee County, […]

This Wednesday, July 14 at 9am, we’ll talk to Johannes Werner about the newly formed Suncoast Clean Jobs Alliance and to Mehak Sandhu of Sarasota Students for Climate. Read their new white paper The Green Transition HERE. Johannes may also talk about recent events in Cuba since he’s the Managing Editor of Cuba Standard.  The Suncoast […]

This Wednesday, July 7 at 9am, we’ll interview Tom Areton of the San Rafael Museum of International Propaganda. Tom and his wife have been collecting examples of propaganda for many years. Bob visited his museum in San Rafael, CA on Monday and Tom agreed to be a guest on our show. The mission of the […]

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