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The Scoop: WMNF’s daily digest of news headlines for Friday, June 16th, 2023

The Scoop: WMNF’s daily digest of news headlines for Friday, June 16th, 2023

Surly Voices: Male Fragility, Family Labels, Gillum’s Indictment

This week on Surly Voices, the Surly fems discuss the concept of male fragility, family labels, and Andrew Gillum’s indictment. Listen to the full episode here:https://sound.wmnf.org/sound/wmnf_220623_100600_surly1_460.MP3 Male Fragility Around Juneteenth As Juneteenth and Father’s Day...
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Juneteenth Sustainable Education and Cooking on Sustainable Living

On the Juneteenth WMNF Sustainable Living Program we talked about food, cooking and helping others.  Our guests were Hal and Liza Bailstein, co-founders of the non-profit Illumi-Nation Project. Liza also teaches healthy cooking to inner-city...
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People’s Budget Review of St. Pete budget open house

St. Petersburg’s Mayor Rick Kriseman’s budget can be reviewed and questioned at an open house Monday evening; on MidPoint we hear about the proposed budget in St. Petersburg, how it affects low-income communities and how residents...

Juneteenth Jubilee Celebration at WMNF

Juneteenth Jubilee at WMNF  * June 19, 2017   6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Please join us at the WMNF studios for an open house, party, movie screening, pot luck meal, and more. WMNF once again invites our community to...

Juneteenth Jubilee and Fathers Day Celebration at WMNF

Please join us at the WMNF studios for an open house, party, movie screenings, poetry open mic, pot luck meal, and more. WMNF once again invites our community to come celebrate Juneteenth, marking the end...

Radioactivity airs speech by Princeton professor Keeanga Yamahtta Taylor on racism in post-civil rights era

Radioactivity airs speech by Princeton professor Keeanga Yamahtta Taylor on racism in post-civil rights era

The history behind Juneteenth and documentary, Freedom Summer details 10 important weeks of civil rights in 1964

The history of Juneteenth and documentary, Freedom Summer details 10 important weeks of civil rights in 1964

Tampa Bay’s Juneteenth celebration and Michelle Alexander’s new book THE NEW JIM CROW examines high incarceration rates for people of color

Rob Lorei shares an interview with Michelle Alexander where she discusses her new book THE NEW JIM CROW about the high rates of incarceration for people of color. The show also highlights a local...

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