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Maya Angelou’s Caged Bird Songs – This week on Insight Daily

Posted on Jun 29, 2015 in Featured, News, Radio News | 0 comments

Maya Angelou’s Caged Bird Songs – This week on Insight Daily

Before her death Dr. Maya Angelou had signed off on a unique music project she had been actively involved with over the last seven years. Producer Shawn Rivera talks about the pairing of the legendary poet’s illuminating commentary about life and social issues with the contemporary fusion of hip-hop, blues, and jazz. For more information about Insight Daily, click HERE.

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America The Beautiful on “With Good Reason”

Posted on Jun 29, 2015 in Featured, News, Radio News | 0 comments

America The Beautiful on “With Good Reason”

From Marian Anderson’s 1939 concert at the Lincoln Memorial to Marvin Gaye’s singing of the National Anthem at the NBA Finals, the theme of patriotism can be heard throughout African American music. Benjamin Ross offers selections from this rich musical heritage. Also: Published in 1946, The Street by Ann Petry was the first million-selling novel by an African American author. Keith Clark (George Mason University) says Petry deserves to be in the pantheon of other great American writers like James Baldwin and Toni Morrison. Later in the show: In 1862, Poet Walt Whitman went to...

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Carbon – This week on “The Thomas Jefferson Hour”

Posted on Jun 29, 2015 in Featured, News, Radio News | 0 comments

Carbon – This week on “The Thomas Jefferson Hour”

This week Clay Jenkinson discusses our carbon based . As he wrotes in his weekly column of June 14, 2015: “Life in the modern industrialized world is utterly dependent on instant access to affordable power. It is so readily available to us, woven so deep into our lifestyles, that we literally take it for granted. Our carbon addiction is total. We know all this, but there are times when we snap (or are snapped) out of our complacency and realize how synonymous modern life and access to carbon-based power really are.” For more information about The Thomas Jefferson Hour, click...

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The Human Body – This week on Insight Daily

Posted on Jun 22, 2015 in News, Radio News | 0 comments

The Human Body – This week on Insight Daily

Ever curious about what makes your heart tick? Or how you’re able to read these words on your screen? “The Human Body” answers any and all questions our inner workings. It’s the ‘ultimate all-in-one guide perfect for families and students alike. Written by Steve Parker, author of over 30 DK Publishing titles, The Human Body has detailed descriptions and illustrations of the body’s physical structure and chemical workings. New content includes a section on aging in the human body, as well as the latest medical breakthroughs. There is also an accompanying DVD that allows you an animated peek...

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What Would You Do? on “With Good Reason”

Posted on Jun 22, 2015 in News, Radio News | 0 comments

What Would You Do? on “With Good Reason”

If you swipe a stranger’s car and nobody sees, what do you do? Do you leave a note? Do you track the owner down? Bill Hawk and Erica Lewis (James Madison University) give coping strategies for deciding what to do when faced with an ethical dilemma. Plus: Zooplankton are microscopic animals in the ocean that are critical to both the food chain and the recycling of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Deborah Steinberg (William and Mary Virginia Institute of Marine Science) says that due to climate change there’s been a change in the distribution and variation of zooplankton. Later in the show:...

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