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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.

Slavery in Massachusetts History

April 1, 2015

Author Robert Romer shatters many myths about this forgotten and denied part of our past.

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Race in the Pioneer Valley

March 31, 2015

Starting tomorrow, we'll spend a month talking with local residents, experts, and officials about discrimination and the fight for diversity in many aspects of our lives.

Honest Discussion 2

Recorded February 25, 2015

Local residents Kia Burton McLaughlin and Doug Finn, as well as Danielle Letourneau-Therrien of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin County, join Penny Ricketts for night two of An Honest Discussion on Poverty, Homelessness, and Race.

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Honest Discussion 1

Recorded February 24, 2015

Police Officer Lee Laster & radio host Monte Belmonte join Penny Ricketts for An Honest Discussion on Poverty, Homelessness, and Race.

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Reflections on Black History Month Community Panel

February 26, 2015

On February 26, 2015, Opeyemi Parham, MD, Greenfield Town Councilor Penny Ricketts, GCC student Kia Burton McLaughlin, writer Julia Ellingboe, and consultant/mediator Jade Barker spent an hour in our studio sharing what Black History Month means to them, how they experience life in the Valley as black women, and how they'd like to see people treat each other in the future.
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#BlackLivesMatter, Part 5

January 23, 2015

As we conclude our special series on social justice, honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy, we visit with Springfield No One Leaves, an organization turning discrimination & despair into hope.

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