May 21: Aerobics; Empowerment Note; Commissioner William Fennoy (1:30)

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What is aerobics really about and does it help us? We’ll end the start of the week on a note of empowerment. Commissioner William Fennoy joins me to discuss reasons the Calhoun Bridge should be renamed. He’ll also walk us through the pros and cons of the various re-location options for the James Brown Arena.

May 22: Guns

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Would life be better if there were far fewer guns?

May 23: American belief in God

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Sunday’s look at an apparent disconnect

May 24: What can DNA really tell us?

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Is DNA evidence fool-proof in solving crimes? What about DNA  accuracy when telling us about our family tree?

May 25: Black Empowerment

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Power Friday focuses on the empowerment of black people.

May 26: What should you ask your parents before they die?Suzy Hopkins and Hallie Bateman (1pm); Obesity; Royal Black Women

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What should you ask your parents before they die? In their book, What to Do When I’m Gone, mother and daughter, Suzy Hopkins and Hallie Bateman, dive right in and tackle this,. Later we’ll focus on tackling obesity and celebrate the world’s royal black women and their royal husbands.

May 27: Spiritual Perspectives; In Pursuit of Shalom

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This discussion of Americans and Belief in God will look more closely at the  statement and the apparent disconnect with realization of it by many. Shalom is a Jewish word for peace. It encompasses wholeness on various levels. We’ll begin to explore the desire by some, the need by all to experience peace.

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