Conversations with Tea Party activists protesting against the healthcare reform bill outside the office of US Rep Mary Jo Kilroy


58:14 minutes (53.32 MB)

To get more involved with this issue, look for a link to this program on the message board of columbusunderground.com

SoHud Sound - Frank Nappo II


55:01 minutes (50.37 MB)

The Beat Oracle - 03/18/2010


115:57 minutes (112.78 MB)

Pamoja FM March 17, 2010


57:01 minutes (65.26 MB)

ft. Dr Claude - Igikara

Larry Kensington - Nightmix 03-19-10 Part One


57:53 minutes (52.99 MB)

Sacred and secular Americana predominate in this week's first hour. The a cappella group Anonymous 4 lends its pure sound and exquisite musicianship to religious songs from the 18th and 19th centuries; Texas jazz pianist Charles Brown lends his soft, swinging touch to the blues; and Bela Fleck, George Winston, and Miles Davis add their distinctive contributions.

Larry Kensington - Nightmix 03-19-10 Part Two


58:18 minutes (53.38 MB)

For more than 25 years, new age multi-instrumentalist/composer David Arkenstone has been crafting music for movies and TV, and more recently, even for computer games. This hour features three pieces from one of his most recent recordings.

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57:08 minutes (104.62 MB)

Are Asians the Model Minority?


26:59 minutes (24.72 MB)

Have you ever assumed that all Asians are good at math or are doctors? If so, tune in to learn more about the unique issues that numerous Asian and Asian Americans face in Central Ohio. Asian American Community Services (AACS) is a local non-profit that works to empower the local Asian community and to eliminate the gap between Asians and American society. AACS provides a range of services including a health clinic, ESL classes, traffic safety, domestic violence services, parenting classes, support groups, career development, and youth mentoring and tutoring. They provide translation services 24 hours a day, seven days a week! They also conduct cultural competency trainings for local hospitals, law officials, and community agencies to inform professionals on local resources to help them work with Asians in a positive, respectful and understanding manner. "Green Chucks" talks with Jason Shum, Pyowook Han, and Tina Ocampo about the type of services that AACS offers, why AACS is necessary, and the unique issues that Asians face in Central Ohio.

 *Important: The introductory interviews (except the interview excerpt about Asian students at the Ohio State University) in this show are property of, taken and produced by Asia Society, an international non-profit organization that educates Americans about Asia and fosters understanding between Americans and individuals of Asia and of Asian descent. . The interviews were taken from Asia Society's youtube video: "Asians Rock" - What's Your Story?; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWey0hhi3Dw


 

For-Profit Company Doing Non-Profit Work!


27:10 minutes (24.88 MB)

Worthington school officials feel the heat: some community members oppose the teaching of global warming science


3:43 minutes (3.41 MB)

“Over the past few months, a group of community members and parents have been writing letters, appearing at school board meetings, urging the school board to stop the teaching of global warming and climate change, because they say it’s all a hoax, it’s all just a myth…I’ve been told that this has been going on throughout the country.

“At the very low level--the grass roots level-- parents and community members are taking this on.  I’ve talked to a couple of these people after board meetings,  and they’ve said they’ve learned this from Rush Limbaugh and Glen Beck and that Sarah Palin agrees that it’s all a myth.  (They say) a bunch of forged telegrams and emails out of England have proved that it’s all a myth and a hoax.” --- Charlie Wilson,  Worthington City Schools board member

 

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