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COMMUNITY FORUM ON GLOBALIZATION AND JOBS-Andrew Stelzer

04/27/04

Last night, over 100 people gathered at the University of South Florida’s St Petersburg campus to learn about globalization and discuss how to deal with some of its negative effects. After watching a video that touched on the loss of American jobs in the last 15 years, both in manufacturing and customer service, a panel of 6 people spoke to the crowd about their perspectives. The panel included and economist, a journalist, and Michael Kell and union organizer for operating engineers ...

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IRAQ INSIDERS HAVE DOUBTS ABOUT WAR

04/27/04

A new report by journalist Jason Vest suggests that some of the strongest criticism of the post-war situation is coming from inside the Coalition Provisional Authority. Vest got his hands on an internal memo and he joined WMNF to give us an insider's view of the Coalition's Iraq crisis. Jason Vest is a senior correspondent for the American Prospect. His book on the current Bush administration and national security will be published in 2005.

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BUCKHORN UNDECIDED - Mitch Perry

04/26/04

Last week Hillsborough County Democratic Commissioner Pat Frank confirmed that she WILL step down from her Seat on the Commission - half way thru her term- to run for the Clerk of the Circuit Court....

Since that announcement, 3 Republicans have filed papers to run Frank's seat, but so far, NO democrats have.

The Republican with perhaps the best name recognition is Mark Sharpe, currently a Tampa school teacher, who unsuccessfully ran for Congress 3 times during the 1990's......

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WEST TAMPA OVERLAY DISTRICT-Andrew Stelzer

04/26/04

One common complaint about Tampa, and many of Florida’s cities, is the poor planning of neighborhoods, resulting in strip malls set back from the road by enormous parking lots, nowhere for people to walk, and characterless chain stores. Many of these are aspects of newer neighborhoods, which were created quickly in order to accommodate an influx of new residents. But Tampa has some older areas, which have potential to become thriving centers of business and community life. In an eff...

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EARTH DAY 2004 - Lisa Marzilli

04/26/04

In the waning months of the 1960s, environmental problems in the US were proliferating at an exponential rate. Rampant air pollution and large-scale use of pesticides, often near densely populated communities was causing widespread concern among citizens. On April 22, 1970, 20 million Americans took to the streets, parks, and auditoriums to demonstrate for a healthy, sustainable environment in massive coast-to-coast rallies. The Tampa Bay area celebrated Earth Day at Lowry Park this past Sa...

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ALTERNATIVE HEALTH PRESENTS CITIZENS FOR SAFE WATER

04/26/04

Peter Glickman, President of Citizens for Safe Water and author Susan Stockton appeared on this edition of Radioactivity with Rob Lorei & Carol Roberts to discuss what they describe as the dangers of fluoridated water.

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WOMEN'S SHOW - COKIE ROBERTS

04/24/04

During her more than thirty years in broadcasting, Roberts has won numerous awards, including two Emmys and the highest honor in public radio, the Edward R. Murrow Award. She was also the first broadcast journalist to win the highly prestigious Everett McKinley Dirksen Award for coverage of Congress. She has been inducted into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame, and was cited by the American Women in Radio and Television as one of the fifty greatest women in the history of broadcasting. ...

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WOMEN'S SHOW - JOAN ANDERSON,

04/24/04

Mary talks with Joan Anderson, "A Walk on the Beach: Tales of Wisdom from an Unconventional Woman."

Shortly after arriving on Cape Cod to spend a year by herself, Joan Anderson's chance encounter with a wise, playful, and astonishing woman helped her usher in the transformations and self-discoveries that led to her ongoing renewal. First glimpsed as a slender figure on a fogged-in beach, Joan Erikson was not only a friend and confidante when one was most needed, but also a guide as Anderso...

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WOMEN'S SHOW - KATE MICHELMAN, March for Choice

04/24/04

The March for Women's Lives will take place in Washington, DC tomorrow, Sunday, April 25 at noon.

For more than 18 years, Kate Michelman has served as President of NARAL Pro-Choice America, catapulting the organization to prominence as the nation's premier reproductive rights group. Under Kate's leadership, NARAL Pro-Choice America has transformed the political debate and positioned a woman's freedom to choose as a fundamental American liberty. Kate herself coined the question that now def...

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WOMEN'S SHOW - MARCH FOR CHOICE

04/24/04

Talked with Doris Rosen and other women from PASCO NOW who are in DC for the march and related events.

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