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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.

COVID-19 spread unchecked for months before there was a reasonable response from the Trump administration. Nina Burleigh’s book Virus: Vaccinations, the CDC and the Hijacking of America’s Response to the Pandemic goes over many points we’re prefer to forget but need to remember before the next election and the next pandemic. Click here to listen: […]

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!

This Wednesday, March 27 at 9am, we’ll interview two of the leaders of ROOTS, Rabbi Hanan Schlesinger and Noon A’wad. Roots is fostering a grassroots movement of understanding, nonviolence, and transformation among Israelis and Palestinians. 

WSLR’s  Governance Committee has recommended 3 Bylaw changes for the Board of Directors to vote on at their April 15th Meeting at 6 pm The Meeting is held over Zoom and can be accessed through this link WSLR Bylaws (revised and approved 6/2023).   Recommended Bylaws Changes: Article IV. Section 4. Add 7. “Board Member terms […]

In a special show for International Women’s Day I interview two women in an unlikely friendship. Miriam was born in Nazareth and lives in Israel.Haneen was born in Gaza but now lives in Portugal. They came together when Miriam wanted to learn Arabic so she could understand the people of Gaza. Haneen’s family is in […]

Donald Trump uses inflammatory rhetoric, like saying that immigrants are “poisoning the blood” of the country. It raises concerns that he is either already a fascist or is sliding towards fascism. My guest on Friday is Dr. Roger Griffin. He’s studied fascism as a professor of modern history at Oxford Brookes University in England. He’s […]

This Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 9 am we’ll talk to Dr. Caryl J. Sheffield, Chair of the Manasota Remembers Historical Marker Dedication Committee about a marker to be unveiled this Saturday in memory of the six lynching victims in Sarasota and Manatee.