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IT’S SOURCE TIME!! On Friday’s Open Source RVA, heard at noon on WRIR 97.3 FM, Don Harrison talks with Thomas Burkett and Rose Szabo from VCU Adjuncts Organizing for Fair Pay (VCU AOFP) This organization of VCU adjunct instructors is lobbying for a living wage and has issued a list of demands to Michael Rao, the president of Virginia Commonwealth University. PLUS Mike Kemetic returns with another installment of the Next 400. His guest this week is activist “Foxy Brown,” from the protest collective, Blacklight RVA. The 19-year-old community leader talks about her role in this past summer’s BLM demonstrations. PLUS we have a packed episode of Curtain Call, our bi-weekly look at Richmond’s theatre scene. This time, Jerry Williams speaks with Sharalyn Garrard of The Heritage Ensemble Theatre Company  about the new world premiere, “What They Did For Us,” while Anthony Cosby Jr. talks about his virtual Prince tribute, “I Would Die 4U,” and Chamberlayne Actors Theatre’s Cynthia Mitchell details the new show, “What’s On TV.”   WE ALSO SAY  GOODBYE TO DON’S BEARD and it’s all because of YOUR kind charity dollars benefiting Feed More, Central Virginia’s food bank. A WHOLE LOTTA SOURCE! Noon on WRIR 97.3 fm Richmond Independent Radio and

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    Open Source RVA    March 5th, 2021

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