Karl Blake

February 25, 2017

Sports Focus, presented by WCHL and the UNC School of Media and Journalism, is dedicated to in-depth examinations of issues of overarching importance in the sports world. Each week we’ll discuss problems and look for solutions to problems in professional, collegiate and amateur sports. “On this weeks edition of Sports Focus… Andy Zimbalist.

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February 25,2017

Nonprofit Showcase with Fred Black features the amazing organizations that help people in so many ways and are doing so much to make our community a better place to live and work. Our goal is to help everyone become more aware of the work they are doing and how we can all help them to continue to help us. Guest: The Community Empowerment Fund offers savings opportunities, financial education, and assertive support to individuals who are seeking employment, housing, and financial freedom. The opportunities for employment and greater housing that CEF advances motivate participants to build personal assets, gain higher income, engage in a healthy community, and sustain transitions out of poverty. This weeks guest: A Helping Hand

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February 25, 2017

This weekend on YOUR HEALTH® Adam & Cristy talk with Amy Edmunds, stroke survivor, founder, and chief executive of YoungStoke, and Lester Leung, MD, neurologist and director of the Stroke and Young Adults Program at Tufts Medical Center, about the alarming rate of young stroke victims.

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February 25, 2017

Learn about what industrial hemp is and its thousands of uses in food and manufacturing from Jeff Cartonia, Executive Director of the North Carolina Industrial Hemp Association.

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February 25, 2017

D.G.Martin is smart. He is a retired lawyer, Green Beret, athlete,and democratic politician. He can talk about anything and everything, and does he ever. Above all, D.G. is curious. Curious about his guest and curious to learn from them.

Bryan Giemza, Director of the Southern Historical Collection, talks about the Collection, his work there, and how people in Chapel Hill can take advantage of this great resource of letters and millions of other records that preserve the history of our region.
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