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Latest Episodes

Social Justice Symposium

Today we welcome Johanna Weller-Fahy and Ada Allaire, graduate students from the University of Georgia's School of Social Work, to speak about the Social Justice Symposium to be held on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Athens, Georgia. They answer what is social justice and what can participants expect at the free Symposium.

27 MIN2019 DEC 30
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Social Justice Symposium

Holiday Traditions

Rabbi Eric Linder, (Congregation of Children of Israel), Noris Diaz (Farmer's Insurance), and Rev. James Lawson (First AME Church) share with us holiday traditions from their childhoods and their religious backgrounds. We learn a bit about how our neighbors in Athens and Oconee celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas and New Year's.

27 MIN2019 DEC 23
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Holiday Traditions

Update & Keeping Safe with Athens Police Chief Spruill

On this episodewe welcome back Athens Chief of Police Cleveland Spruill to give us an update on what’s been happening at the ACCPD and give us some tips on how to be safe this holiday season.

27 MIN2019 DEC 16
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Update & Keeping Safe with Athens Police Chief Spruill

Food Insecurity and How Georgia Legal Services Can Help

On this episode we explore a somber topic regarding food scarcity and insecurity in our home town. Our guests include:Eliza Radford McCall, a native South Georgian, who has served as Chief Marketing Officer of Second Harvest of South Georgia since 2013 andVicky O.Kimbrell, the Georgia Legal Services Program Health and Family Law specialist attorney leading the program's Health and Family Law practice groups. She is the Project Director of GLSP’s Benefits Hotlines and the GLSP Domestic Violence Project.

30 MIN2019 DEC 9
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Food Insecurity and How Georgia Legal Services Can Help

What does a Defense Attorney Do? Legal Primer with Donarell Green

On this episode we invite Donarell Green, Athens defense attorney to join us for a conversation about the role defense attorneys play in our community and to outline some challenges our current criminal legal system is facing.

28 MIN2019 NOV 26
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What does a Defense Attorney Do? Legal Primer with Donarell Green

Spotlight on Oconee

Today's special episode focuses on on all things related to Oconee County – our next door, southern neighbor withMaria Caudill and Cassidy Carson Gonzalez. Maria Caudillis married to John Caudill, a professional engineer. Maria and John have made Georgia home for 34 years and raised their daughter in Oconee County.Maria Caudill has worked in the public sector for state government in Finance and Transportation. She is a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a B.A./Education – History, English & Political Science. Maria Caudill has more than twenty-five (25) years of work experience in the private sector in the planning, development and implementing of engineering support in the area of civil and environmental design and real estate due diligence. Some projects are part of nationwide community economic development programs. Cassidy Carson Gonzalezis the former owner/operator of Studio Dance Academy in Athens, GA. Currently instructing dance and Area Managing Director for Studio Go, Athens-Oconee area. She has been instructing dance for over 25yrs. Cassidy is also current owner/operator of “On Occasion” event planning and consultation. She is an advocate for Project Safe and former instructor in Dancing with the Athens Stars (DWTAS) several times over. Single mother of 12 years to Delaney June Brewer, and recently married to Israel Gonzalez Jr. She is a native of Oconee County and comes from a long line of entrepreneurs in the Athens and Oconee areas.

29 MIN2019 NOV 18
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Spotlight on Oconee

Keeping our Community Clean and Beautiful

Listen inas our guests Suki Janssen, Director of Solid Waste and Stacy Smith, Program Education Specialist, Keep Athens-Clarke County Beautiful,discuss all things litter-related in Athens. Do you know how many tons of garbage we produce every day? I almost fell off my seat when I heard the answer. But don't worry - we start with the basics like what exactly is litter, what do you mean by accidental littering, and do we really need to take those little plastic rings off the plastic water bottles?

30 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Keeping our Community Clean and Beautiful

SPLOST Update with Adam Shirley

On this episode, Adam Shirley, our resident SPLOST citizen review committee member, comes back to update us on all things related to the SPLOST proposal on the ballot this year. We will review what is a SPLOST, review the process of how we got the list of projects that are being proposed, and then take a deeper look at some of those projects including the Classic City Arena, Bethal Homes Affordable Housing, renewable energy, and more.

23 MIN2019 OCT 21
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SPLOST Update with Adam Shirley

Voting Board & Voting Machines

Vicki Krugman, from Indivisible 10, and Jonathan Wallace, former GA State Rep. for HD119, join me in a discussion about the Athens-Clarke County and Oconee County Boards of Elections, the current situation with new voting machines, and what will be on the ballot this upcoming November election.

29 MIN2019 OCT 14
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Voting Board & Voting Machines

Women's Heart Health with Murem Sharpe

Murem Sharpeis a Savannah, Georgia-based technology business founder and former corporate executive who serves in leadership position with local, state and national organizations in the fields of healthcare innovation, political change, technology entrepreneurship, and academic advancement. As Principal with the StrategyRx consultancy, the firm enables innovators in medicine and healthcare to bring breakthrough products and services to market. For WomenHeart, the national coalition of women heart patients advocating for women with or at risk for heart disease, Murem became a WomenHeart Championthrough training at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Heart disease is the #1 killer of women, as well as men. Through WomenHeart Savannah, which she founded in 2016, she and her sister volunteers bring patient support, community advocacy, and heart health education throughout Savannah and South Georgia and advocate on Capitol Hill for affordable, available healthcare for all. As a Cornell alumna, Murem was elected a Lifetime Member of the Cornell University Council, having previously served as founding Vice Chair of the President’s Council of Cornell Women and the Chair of the Advisory Council for Entrepreneurship@Cornell program. She holds a B.A. from Cornell University and an M.B.A. from the Yale School of Management. Resources (provided by Murem): Georgia Health rankings and statistics: https://www.americashealthrankings.org/learn/reports/2018-health-of-women-and-children-report/state-summaries-georgia https://oasis.state.ga.us/ Georgia Department of Public Health Statistics https://gbpi.org/policy-areas/health/ Georgia Budget and Policy Institute About WomenHeart: https://www.womenheart.org/ The leading voice for the 48 million American women living with or at risk of heart disease.Trained more than 900 women heart disease survivors as community educators via the WomenHeart Science & Leadership Symposium in collaboration with Mayo Clinic. Now in its 20th year, WomenHeart’s many accomplishments are a credit to the work of its committed Board of Directors, Scientific Advisory Council, volunteers, staff and corporate partners who spend countless hours advancing awareness of women’s heart health. From WomenHeart: Know Your Rights: Breaking Through Barriers to Care: https://www.womenheart.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Know-Your-Rights-Fact-Sheet.pdf Black Mamas Matter: https://blackmamasmatter.org/about/ Murem Sharpe’s TED Talk: “Let’s Do Mammograms for the Heart” - TEDx Savannah 2016. A view of the colossal impact of a heart attack and how many people are at risk. An overview of the simple, yet informative process of a "heart mammogram" or calcium scan and how informative the results can be. https://youtu.be/EFMwJd_d-30

29 MIN2019 OCT 7
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Women's Heart Health with Murem Sharpe

Latest Episodes

Social Justice Symposium

Today we welcome Johanna Weller-Fahy and Ada Allaire, graduate students from the University of Georgia's School of Social Work, to speak about the Social Justice Symposium to be held on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Athens, Georgia. They answer what is social justice and what can participants expect at the free Symposium.

27 MIN2019 DEC 30
Comments
Social Justice Symposium

Holiday Traditions

Rabbi Eric Linder, (Congregation of Children of Israel), Noris Diaz (Farmer's Insurance), and Rev. James Lawson (First AME Church) share with us holiday traditions from their childhoods and their religious backgrounds. We learn a bit about how our neighbors in Athens and Oconee celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas and New Year's.

27 MIN2019 DEC 23
Comments
Holiday Traditions

Update & Keeping Safe with Athens Police Chief Spruill

On this episodewe welcome back Athens Chief of Police Cleveland Spruill to give us an update on what’s been happening at the ACCPD and give us some tips on how to be safe this holiday season.

27 MIN2019 DEC 16
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Update & Keeping Safe with Athens Police Chief Spruill

Food Insecurity and How Georgia Legal Services Can Help

On this episode we explore a somber topic regarding food scarcity and insecurity in our home town. Our guests include:Eliza Radford McCall, a native South Georgian, who has served as Chief Marketing Officer of Second Harvest of South Georgia since 2013 andVicky O.Kimbrell, the Georgia Legal Services Program Health and Family Law specialist attorney leading the program's Health and Family Law practice groups. She is the Project Director of GLSP’s Benefits Hotlines and the GLSP Domestic Violence Project.

30 MIN2019 DEC 9
Comments
Food Insecurity and How Georgia Legal Services Can Help

What does a Defense Attorney Do? Legal Primer with Donarell Green

On this episode we invite Donarell Green, Athens defense attorney to join us for a conversation about the role defense attorneys play in our community and to outline some challenges our current criminal legal system is facing.

28 MIN2019 NOV 26
Comments
What does a Defense Attorney Do? Legal Primer with Donarell Green

Spotlight on Oconee

Today's special episode focuses on on all things related to Oconee County – our next door, southern neighbor withMaria Caudill and Cassidy Carson Gonzalez. Maria Caudillis married to John Caudill, a professional engineer. Maria and John have made Georgia home for 34 years and raised their daughter in Oconee County.Maria Caudill has worked in the public sector for state government in Finance and Transportation. She is a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a B.A./Education – History, English & Political Science. Maria Caudill has more than twenty-five (25) years of work experience in the private sector in the planning, development and implementing of engineering support in the area of civil and environmental design and real estate due diligence. Some projects are part of nationwide community economic development programs. Cassidy Carson Gonzalezis the former owner/operator of Studio Dance Academy in Athens, GA. Currently instructing dance and Area Managing Director for Studio Go, Athens-Oconee area. She has been instructing dance for over 25yrs. Cassidy is also current owner/operator of “On Occasion” event planning and consultation. She is an advocate for Project Safe and former instructor in Dancing with the Athens Stars (DWTAS) several times over. Single mother of 12 years to Delaney June Brewer, and recently married to Israel Gonzalez Jr. She is a native of Oconee County and comes from a long line of entrepreneurs in the Athens and Oconee areas.

29 MIN2019 NOV 18
Comments
Spotlight on Oconee

Keeping our Community Clean and Beautiful

Listen inas our guests Suki Janssen, Director of Solid Waste and Stacy Smith, Program Education Specialist, Keep Athens-Clarke County Beautiful,discuss all things litter-related in Athens. Do you know how many tons of garbage we produce every day? I almost fell off my seat when I heard the answer. But don't worry - we start with the basics like what exactly is litter, what do you mean by accidental littering, and do we really need to take those little plastic rings off the plastic water bottles?

30 MIN2019 NOV 4
Comments
Keeping our Community Clean and Beautiful

SPLOST Update with Adam Shirley

On this episode, Adam Shirley, our resident SPLOST citizen review committee member, comes back to update us on all things related to the SPLOST proposal on the ballot this year. We will review what is a SPLOST, review the process of how we got the list of projects that are being proposed, and then take a deeper look at some of those projects including the Classic City Arena, Bethal Homes Affordable Housing, renewable energy, and more.

23 MIN2019 OCT 21
Comments
SPLOST Update with Adam Shirley

Voting Board & Voting Machines

Vicki Krugman, from Indivisible 10, and Jonathan Wallace, former GA State Rep. for HD119, join me in a discussion about the Athens-Clarke County and Oconee County Boards of Elections, the current situation with new voting machines, and what will be on the ballot this upcoming November election.

29 MIN2019 OCT 14
Comments
Voting Board & Voting Machines

Women's Heart Health with Murem Sharpe

Murem Sharpeis a Savannah, Georgia-based technology business founder and former corporate executive who serves in leadership position with local, state and national organizations in the fields of healthcare innovation, political change, technology entrepreneurship, and academic advancement. As Principal with the StrategyRx consultancy, the firm enables innovators in medicine and healthcare to bring breakthrough products and services to market. For WomenHeart, the national coalition of women heart patients advocating for women with or at risk for heart disease, Murem became a WomenHeart Championthrough training at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Heart disease is the #1 killer of women, as well as men. Through WomenHeart Savannah, which she founded in 2016, she and her sister volunteers bring patient support, community advocacy, and heart health education throughout Savannah and South Georgia and advocate on Capitol Hill for affordable, available healthcare for all. As a Cornell alumna, Murem was elected a Lifetime Member of the Cornell University Council, having previously served as founding Vice Chair of the President’s Council of Cornell Women and the Chair of the Advisory Council for Entrepreneurship@Cornell program. She holds a B.A. from Cornell University and an M.B.A. from the Yale School of Management. Resources (provided by Murem): Georgia Health rankings and statistics: https://www.americashealthrankings.org/learn/reports/2018-health-of-women-and-children-report/state-summaries-georgia https://oasis.state.ga.us/ Georgia Department of Public Health Statistics https://gbpi.org/policy-areas/health/ Georgia Budget and Policy Institute About WomenHeart: https://www.womenheart.org/ The leading voice for the 48 million American women living with or at risk of heart disease.Trained more than 900 women heart disease survivors as community educators via the WomenHeart Science & Leadership Symposium in collaboration with Mayo Clinic. Now in its 20th year, WomenHeart’s many accomplishments are a credit to the work of its committed Board of Directors, Scientific Advisory Council, volunteers, staff and corporate partners who spend countless hours advancing awareness of women’s heart health. From WomenHeart: Know Your Rights: Breaking Through Barriers to Care: https://www.womenheart.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Know-Your-Rights-Fact-Sheet.pdf Black Mamas Matter: https://blackmamasmatter.org/about/ Murem Sharpe’s TED Talk: “Let’s Do Mammograms for the Heart” - TEDx Savannah 2016. A view of the colossal impact of a heart attack and how many people are at risk. An overview of the simple, yet informative process of a "heart mammogram" or calcium scan and how informative the results can be. https://youtu.be/EFMwJd_d-30

29 MIN2019 OCT 7
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Women's Heart Health with Murem Sharpe
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