Inspire Indeed / Choppin’ It Up Geek presents:

Save Brown Grove members discuss their fight against environmental racism in the Brown Grove community in Hanover County – Interviewed by April A. Coleman.

 

Show website: InspireInDeed.me

    Inspire Indeed / Choppin’ It Up Geek    April 6th, 2021

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Tea Time (2nd, 4th) presents:

Is is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and also Start By Believing campaign time. For today’s show, I bring back Varsh N. to talk about her education/prevention program ROAR; stars from Orange is the New Black to talk about Start By Believing; and forensic nurses: Diana Faugno to talk about new research into evidence collection.

To find Start By Believing Campaign information and materials: https://www.startbybelieving.org/

You can follow Recovery Is on twitter at @recoveryradiova and listen to past shows on www.recoveryis.life 

 

NOTE: We are moving to Friday’s at 11:30 on the second and third weeks. Follow us there!

    Tea Time (2nd, 4th)    April 5th, 2021

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Women & Politics presents:

Today Veena Lothe, Executive Director of Emerge Va joins us to talk about the increasing diversity of women candidates for office and how Emerge VA is training women to run.

Ms. Lothe is a proud first-generation Indian-American. Her parents moved to rural West Virginia in the early 1960’s, where her father served as a physician. He dedicated his life serving the impoverished population of the Appalachian coalfields, which taught her the value of service. These lessons of service stayed with Veena throughout her life.

After graduating from Cornell Law School, Veena followed in a career of service by working as a civil rights, union-side labor, and immigration attorney.  Veena has been in the Greater Richmond area since 1999, raising her two kids and putting them through public schools. Veena is active in the community as a school volunteer, serves as a board member at the Shady Grove Y, Re-Establish Richmond and volunteers as a grassroots activist and immigration advocate. She is active in the local democratic committee, having served as a magisterial chair and campaign volunteer.

Veena ran for the Virginia State Senate in 2019, gaining over 40% of the primary vote as a first-time candidate of color. Her campaign brought together diverse groups from across the Richmond area, including many first-time voters from immigrant families.

You can follow Veena on Twitter at @VeenaforVA

Follow our host and producer at @sherishannon27 and @carololson

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    Women & Politics    April 1st, 2021

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Tea Time (2nd, 4th) presents:

In case you missed it last week – Welcome to our inaugural show of Tea Time. A show wherein three people of color interrupt the white, heteronormative media landscapte. Each week will bring you stories relevant t our community and will dissect them through the lens of our intersectional identities. We will also spotlight mutual aid groups here in Richmond that are decolonizing systems of oppression. Join us the second and fourth Mondays of the month at noon.

Hosts are: Shauntelle Hammonds, Jaime Osorio, Justice Smith

Producer: Jenn Gallienne

    Tea Time (2nd, 4th)    March 29th, 2021

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Women & Politics presents:

Todays’ show is part two with guest Atima Omara, President & Chief Strategist of Omara Strategy Group which provides strategic consulting to candidates and organizations centering women and people of color in their work. She works on ensuring clients create winning political campaigns and build stronger advocacy organizations

Atima Omara is working towards a more reflective and representative democracy through progressive political strategy, leadership, and grassroots advocacy. Named to Ebony Magazine’s “Power 100” and Jet Magazine’s “40 Under 40” lists. An engaging speaker, Atima has provided political commentary on CNN, MSNBC, PBS, and regularly presents at conferences.  She’s written for the American Prospect, Politico, EbonyThe Lily, and has been quoted in The Washington Post, The Atlantic, TIME, among others.

Since 2003, Atima has worked for a Virginia Governor, multiple Democratic candidates, labor, progressive organizations, and trained activists and candidates across the country. She is an expert in electoral campaigns, especially turning out hard to reach voters, issue advocacy and fundraising.

Atima earned her BA from the University of Virginia and her MPA from George Mason University. She lives in Northern Virginia.

You can follow Atima on Twitter at @atima_omara

Follow our host and producer at @sherishannon27 and @carololson

Follow our show on our social media on twitter, facebook, and our blog – look for  womenpoliticsva

    Women & Politics    March 25th, 2021

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Tea Time (2nd/4th weeks) presents:

Welcome to our inaugural show of Tea Time. A show wherein three people of color interrupt the white, heteronormative media landscapte. Each week will bring you stories relevant t our community and will dissect them through the lens of our intersectional identities. We will also spotlight mutual aid groups here in Richmond that are decolonizing systems of oppression. Join us the second and fourth Mondays of the month at noon.

Hosts are: Shauntelle Hammonds, Jaime Osorio, Justice Smith

Producer: Jenn Gallienne

    Tea Time (2nd/4th weeks)    March 22nd, 2021

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The Morning Rush With Jagar presents:

“THE MORNING RUSH WITH JAGAR & WINKSAYS” Bringing you the best in Hip Hop,R&B and Gospel Music……3/14/2021 7am-9am

    The Morning Rush With Jagar    March 14th, 2021

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Women & Politics presents:

Todays’ show we have guest Atima Omara, President & Chief Strategist of Omara Strategy Group which provides strategic consulting to candidates and organizations centering women and people of color in their work. She works on ensuring clients create winning political campaigns and build stronger advocacy organizations

Atima Omara is working towards a more reflective and representative democracy through progressive political strategy, leadership, and grassroots advocacy. Named to Ebony Magazine’s “Power 100” and Jet Magazine’s “40 Under 40” lists. An engaging speaker, Atima has provided political commentary on CNN, MSNBC, PBS, and regularly presents at conferences.  She’s written for the American Prospect, Politico, EbonyThe Lily, and has been quoted in The Washington Post, The Atlantic, TIME, among others.

Since 2003, Atima has worked for a Virginia Governor, multiple Democratic candidates, labor, progressive organizations, and trained activists and candidates across the country. She is an expert in electoral campaigns, especially turning out hard to reach voters, issue advocacy and fundraising.

Atima earned her BA from the University of Virginia and her MPA from George Mason University. She lives in Northern Virginia.

You can follow Atima on Twitter at @atima_omara

Follow our host and producer at @sherishannon27 and @carololson

Follow our show on our social media on twitter, facebook, and our blog – look for  womenpoliticsva

    Women & Politics    March 11th, 2021

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The Morning Rush With Jagar presents:

“THE MORNING RUSH WITH JAGAR & WINKSAYS” Bringing you the best in Hip Hop, R&B and Gospel Music……3/7/2021 7am-9am

    The Morning Rush With Jagar    March 7th, 2021

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Women & Politics presents:

We are back with Sheba Williams, Founder and Executive Director of NOLEF TURNS for part two of our discussion with her on changing the justice system.

You can get more info on their webpage at www.nolefturns.org follow her on twitter at @nolefturninc 

Follow our host and producer at @sherishannon27 and @carololson

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    Women & Politics    March 4th, 2021

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