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7:45am

Thu May 21, 2015
Commentary

What Was I Thinking for May 21, 2015

Brian O'Nuanain

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain contemplates voter motivations and whether someone status as a grandparent could or should affect someone vote.

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6:00pm

Sun March 15, 2015
America Abroad

America Abroad: America and Cuba - After The Thaw

Tobacco Plantation, Cuba

Airs Sunday, March 15, at 6 p.m.  President Obama's announcement to begin normalizing relations with Cuba marks the most significant change in US policy toward the island nation in a half century. But as America looks to make it easier to travel to the country and establish more economic ties, what does that mean for the average Cuban or Cuban American? In this special edition America Abroad teams up Latino USA to take an in depth look at how this new thaw affects everyone from families living in both countries, to businessmen hoping to cash in, to baseball players who for decades have been caught in the middle. We'll hear stories from on the ground in Havana, Miami, and elsewhere for a wide range of perspectives and personal narratives.    

8:00pm

Tue February 17, 2015
Cultural, Community, Information

17th Annual Homelessness Marathon

Airs Tuesday, February 17, at 8 p.m America's only national broadcast focusing on homelessness and poverty will broadcast live on from Sarasota, Florida over the Red River Radio Network on Tuesday, February 17 starting at 8p.m., CST, until 4 a.m., CST, on Wednesday, February 18.

Call in numbers for the broadcast will be 877-662-6398 If you're housed or homeless and 866-533-8688 If you're homeless, formerly homeless, or afraid you're about to be homeless

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7:45am

Thu February 12, 2015
Commentary

What Was I Thinking for February 12, 2015

Brian O'Nuanain

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain is tired of those who rally for secession, but his remedy may not be acceptable to all.

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7:00pm

Thu February 5, 2015
American RadioWorks

American RadioWorks: An Imperfect Revolution: Voices from the Desegregation Era

Airs Thursday, February 5 at 7 p.m.  The 1970's saw a tidal change in American race relations: for the first time, large numbers of white, black and other children of color began attending school together. It was an experience that shaped them for life. Using first-person accounts of the era of "forced busing," An Imperfect Revolution explores the ways school desegregation changed the nation.

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