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This Wednesday, Feb. 14, at 9 am we’ll interview Rachel Bitecofer, author of the brand new book ‘Hit ‘Em Where It Hurts – How to Save Democracy by Beating Republicans at Their Own Game’. 

This Wednesday at 9am on the Peace & Justice Report we’ll learn about Ruby, the new musical written by West Coast Black Theatre’s Nate Jacobs. Then we’ll talk to Rev. Paul Raushenbush from Interfaith Alliance about the rise of Christian nationalism.

This Wednesday, Jan. 31 at 9am we’ll talk to Mason Ayres from the Resurrection House about their services for homeless Sarasotans. Then we’ll interview Andrew Hudson about Jessica’s Organic Farm and the Mennonite culture.

Manatees are an icon of Florida wildlife but over the last few years the population has seen a steep decline. Craig Pittman wrote Manatee Insanity in 2010 but it’s been re-released. His book covers the history of manatee protections and controversies that span more than 100 years. https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/podcast42124/episodes/2024-01-30T14_29_02-08_00

All families have secrets and even when we don’t know what they are, they shape us and our view of the world. My guest on Monday, Jan 1, 2024 is Karen E. Osborne. She’s written a novel based on her family’s secrets. Osborne’s grandmother, Grace, was born in the Congo, immigrated to Jamaica and was […]

Corduroy is a term surfers use to describe a perfect, continuous set of swells into a bay; the water resembles corduroy fabric. It’s also the inspiration for Sebastien Wegeng’s “Corduroy” music program, which airs every Tuesday from 7-9 a.m. on WSLR. “It started as a neo-psychedelic surf rock show and has since evolved to feature […]

A few of my shows recently have been with people who believe we can’t replace fossil fuels with renewables but my guest on Monday, Dr. John Berger, doesn’t believe that. He has authored and edited eleven books on energy and environmental issues and is a long-time supporter of alternative energy solutions to global environmental problems. […]

This Wednesday, Dec. 13, at 9 am we’ll interview City Commissioner Jen Ahearn-Koch and several other officials about the repeal of the civil cannabis citation program in Sarasota. Then we’ll talk to Dr. Haywood Brown of USF about racial inequities in health and healthcare.

This Wednesday we’ll talk to Pat LaMarche and Cheryl Brooks, two of the eight authors of American Roulette, a new novel about a mass shooting. Then we’ll talk to two of the Tampa Bay Five, USF students and members of the Tampa Bay Students for a Democratic Society arrested in March.

November 29 at 9am our guest will be WSLR’s Jono Miller, President of NCF Freedom. We’ll talk about the organization’s  lawsuit opposing Florida law SB 266 and its discrimination against protected speech. Then we’ll talk to returning guest Bruce Gagnon, Coordinator of the Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space. He’ll talk about Gaza.