Jan. 30: Newsorite™; Our Teens Up Close

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Time for more fast-paced world highlights. Then we’ll examine more of our teens’ involvement with the world around them.

Jan. 31:Our President’s Promises; Africans: Where They Stand

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Let’s revisit promises President Trump made to us all during his inaugural address. Will you/we be encouraged? Then let’s explore the state of affairs in Africa from the perspective of her citizens.

Feb. 1: Dr. Joseph Hobbs (1pm); Reconciling; Making Up

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Dr. Joseph Hobbs, Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Primary Care at Augusta University, joins me to discuss the Medical College of Georgia’s commemoration of the 50th anniversary of desegregation at the school. Later I’ll walk us through reconciliatory steps to take after the recent presidential election and then include music and lyrics (by a […]

Feb. 2: Joan Myers Brown (1pm); Into the Future

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Ms. Joan Myers Brown is an energetic lady founded the renowned Philadanco, Philadelphia Dance Club. She’ll speak with me about that great organization and her amazing career.  Later we’ll peer into the future as we, again, look at intriguing proposals for treatment of addictions and other disorders.

Feb. 3: Taifa Butler (1pm)

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Taifa Butler is Executive Director of the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute. I’ll speak with her about the importance of stabilizing Georgia’s health system and the economic impact on Georgia if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.

Feb. 4: Weight! Education or Prisons?

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We’ll cover these topics this time.

Feb. 5: Spiritual Perspectives; Love & Politics

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We’re going to get the matter of whether Christians can be bewitched. Then we’ll move back to love and politics. Is there a connection?

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