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WCRS-LP FM is a non-commercial, listener-supported community radio station serving Central Ohioans, providing quality programming to:
•Promote personal and civic responsibility, informed action and thoughtful living;
•Challenge cultural and intellectual assumptions;
•Celebrate local cultures;
•Air alternative points of view and facilitate understanding through dialogue;
•To provide media training and to foster community empowerment and participation.
•To provide representation for under-served and under-represented constituencies
and viewpoints, and to provide news and information not commonly found elsewhere
on the airwaves.

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The Cupcake World: Lessons in Teen Entrepreneurship


26:43 minutes (24.48 MB)

Thinking of starting a business? This week host Lina will talk with a Columbus teen entrepreneur about starting her own small business baking and selling cupcakes. What do you need to do to start your own business? Trend Watch features America's current obsession with voice synthesizers.

Simply Living Calendar - November 16 -22 2009


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The SoHud Sound - The SoHud Sound - James Daniels


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The SoHud Sound - The SoHud Sound - Jacoti Sommes


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The SoHud Sound - The SoHud Sond - Hendrix Birthday 08


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The Beat Oracle - 11/12/2009


117:30 minutes (118.62 MB)

Pamoja FM November 11th 2009


58:00 minutes (53.11 MB)

ft. Nicky Nola w/ Habiba

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Youth Philanthropy in Central Ohio


26:53 minutes (36.93 MB)

Youth advisory councils and youth philanthropy are powerful ways to make a difference. Tonight we learn more about the Columbus Medical Association Foundation Youth Advisory Council (YAC) which provides an opportunity for youth ages 13-18 to learn about philanthropy and to participate in grantmaking. Members learn to evaluate projects that are designed to improve the lives of youth through health advocacy, education, and/or prevention.

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