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  • Producer/Host: Anu Dudley

    “The Owl Baby”

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  • Producer/Host: Amy Browne
    Engineer: John Greenman

    Special presentation of “The 1927 Project”, a presentation about an early 20th-century lynching in Little Rock, Arkansas. In 2013, the project’s creator, writer/historian Stephanie Harp traveled to Arkansas to join descendants and relatives of those connected to the lynching to present historical and personal perspectives on what happened. “The 1927 Project” recreates that community discussion. “The public discussion in Little Rock was the first to include family members of so many major figures in the 1927 events,” Harp said. “The wounds from this lynching are still very raw in Little Rock. We all gain a better understanding of today’s news by looking at its roots in the past.” Harp holds a master’s degree in U.S. history from the University of Maine where the lynching was her research topic, and a bachelor’s degree in English from Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Virginia. She has published journalism, creative nonfiction and book reviews, and has presented her research and writing in Maine, North Carolina and Arkansas.

    Stephanie Harp and Orono High School students Emily Noyes, Tom Boss, Erin Luthin, Elsa Jolliffe Saunders, and Jessie Walker join us in the studio for the presentation and discussion.

    FMI: www.stephanieharp.com/inheritance/

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  • Producer/Host: Amy Browne
    Production assistance from Andy Buckley

    Selected stories from “Salted Tales: Stories from the Sea”, sponsored by the Colonial Theatre, Belfast, Maine colonialtheater.com/ & the Penobscot Marine Museum, Searsport, Maine penobscotmarinemuseum.org/. Part 1 of 2. (Part 2 will air on 5/15/15 at 10am)

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Bahoosh

    Expectations

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  • Producer/Host: Rob McCall
    Studio Engineer: Denis Howard

    “Going Nuclear”

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  • Producer/Host: Meredith DeFrancesco

    Issue: Environmental and Social Justice

    Program Topic: Generation Climate Rising Rally in Augusta

    Key Discussion Points:
    a) This past Saturday, April 11th, Maine Students for Climate Justice held a rally and march in Augusta, calling it Generation Climate Rising. Students from colleges, universities and high schools from across state, and supporters, called on Governor LePage to put a freeze on all new fossil fuel infrastructure and to support measures to bring more solar and conservation to the state.
    b) Speakers and participants spoke on climate justice, the need for Maine’s government to take climate change seriously, the already changing environment and the need for immediate action.
    c) This year’s Maine Youth Activism Gathering will be held Saturday April 18th -Monday April 20th, three days of workshops and community building.

    maineyag.wordpress.com/

    www.facebook.com/pages/Maine-Youth-Activism-Gathering/199809673382110

    Guests:
    A) Organizers with Maine Students for Climate Justice : Meaghan LaSala (USM), Maddie Lamal-Brown (Bowdoin), Matthew Miles Goodrich (Bowdoin), Iris SanGiovanni (USM), Catherine Fletcher (UMO), Michelle Fournier (350 Maine)

    mainestudentjustice.wix.com/mainestudents#!about_us/c14e3

    www.facebook.com/MaineClimateJustice

    www.centralmaine.com/2015/04/09/generation-climate-rising-demonstration-in-augusta/

    B) student participants from universities, colleges and high schools across the state
    C) Christine, Pine Tree Youth Organizing, ptyo.org/

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    These days we often think that the titans of tech have some sort of unfailing insight into the future. We won’t be able to tell if that is true of today’s tech heroes for years, or maybe even decades, into the future, but a look at some of the past tech prognosticators suggest that maybe they put their pants on one leg at a time like the rest of us. Here are a few examples.

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  • Producer/Host: Tim Hagney

    Tobacco

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