Panel Discussion: “Sex Discrimination in Maine: Why We Need an Equal Rights Amendment”

Recorded in Bangor on 10/10/18

Sex Discrimination in Maine: Why We Need an Equal Rights Amendment

Panel Discussion moderated by Nancy Murdock, Equal Rights Maine

Panelists:
Rebecca Webber, attorney with Skelton, Taintor and Abbott, specializing in Employment and Civil Rights Litigation
Kathleen Caldwell, retired 35 year Pine Tree legal assistance attorney, specializing in poverty law

Equal Rights Maine
Advocating for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and to the Constitution of the State of Maine FMI: www.equalrightsmaine.org

Pet Sounds 10/14/18

Producer/Host: Dr. John Hunt

The Nature of Phenology 10/13/18

Producers/Hosts: Hazel Stark and Joe Horn

Birch Boletes

Photos, a full transcript, references, contact information, and more available at thenatureofphenology.wordpress.com.

I once heard someone say, “my favorite color is October.” Here in New England, that attitude is quite understandable this time of year. The color palette of October can be a sight to see, but concealed under all that color is the thick, brown, spongy, and delicious flesh of an often-missed mushroom: the birch bolete.

Nature’s Remedies 10/13/18

Producer/Host: Tim Hagney

Glandular supplements

Earthwise 10/13/18

Producer/Host: Anu Dudley
Production Assistant: John Welles

Grapes

Talk of the Towns 10/12/18

Producer/Host: Ron Beard, University of Maine Cooperative Extension
Engineer: Amy Browne

The History Trust: Making the Past Accessible

Key Discussion Points:
Overview of the mission and collections of each historical society/museum, touching on how they manage those collections/archival materials, how they share them with the public.
How mission for each organization translates into a meaningful connection between a community member and some element of local history that you have “protected” or brought to light.
What are the challenges that you face as you think about keeping those materials accessible in the long-term?
Background and rationale for Friends of Island History and the concept of a “history trust”
What are the key components of the proposed History Trust? What would each participant gain through participating? What are challenges you are wrestling with?

Guests:
Bill Horner, Mount Desert Island Historical Society, Friends of Island History
Raney Bench, Seal Cove Auto Museum
Muriel Davison, Tremont Historical Society
Anne Grulich, Great Cranberry Island Historical Society

Awanadjo Almanack 10/12/18

Producer/Host: Rob McCall
Production Assistance: Rebecca McCall

“October Senses”

The Sketchbook 10/11/18

Producer/Host: Jim Bahoosh

Cold Paint