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Changing Lives

April 13, 2015

By addressing underlying issues, the Northwestern District Attorney hopes to prevent crimes before he has to prosecute them and he spoke to us about how this relates to the disproportionate number of incarcerated minorities.

Race in the Pioneer Valley Full Interview --- Strong Oak

March 26, 2015

This is the unedited interview we did with Strong Oak for our Race in the Pioneer Valley series.  In it, she makes connections between the historic, and ongoing, opression of American Indians and many problems in today's society.

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Diversity in Higher Education

April 10, 2015

Greenfield Community College administrators are working hard to ensure an inclusive faculty and student body.

Caring for Everyone, Part 2

April 9, 2015

Representatives from Baystate Franklin Medical Center & the Community Health Center of Franklin County continue talking about the problems of, and potential fixes for, institutional racism in healthcare.

Caring for Everyone

April 8, 2015

Disparities persist in health care quality among racial and ethnic minority groups.  We talked to representatives from Baystate Franklin Medical Center and the Community Health Center of Franklin County about the steps they take to insure everyone receives the same care.

Behind Bars

April 7, 2015

In Massachusetts, prisons are disproportionately populated by minorities.  We talked to Sheriff Chris Donelan to get his thoughts about the factors that contribute to  incarceration in Franklin County and the local effort to prevent recidivism.

One Big Human Family

April 6, 2015

Prior to the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, Florence was home to a community of people who believed that every adult should have the right to vote, including African Americans and women.

We're Still Here

April 3, 2015

For American Indians, racism has existed since before the beginning of our country and it continues to this day.

The Slave Economy

April 2, 2015

Barbara Mathews from Historic Deerfield and Lynne Manring from the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association Discuss with us the roll that slave labor played in the economy of early Deerfield.