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WEMU's Wendy Wright spoke with jazz vocalist and songwriter, Joan Belgrave about the importance WEMU plays in the music community: Non-commercial, fact based reporting is made possible by your financial support. Make your donation to WEMU today to keep your community NPR station thriving.Wendy Wright
 
WEMU's Michael Jewett speaks with host of NPR's Alt.Latino, Felix Contreras about the importance of inclusion of Latin Alternative music and Latino culture freely accesibly for everyone on public radio: Non-commercial, fact based reporting is made possible by your financial support. Make your donation to WEMU today to keep your community NPR statio…
 
WEMU's Jeremy Baldwin speaks with Mountain Stage host Larry Groce about the importance of music on the radio: Non-commercial, fact based reporting is made possible by your financial support. Make your donation to WEMU today to keep your community NPR station thriving.Editor
 
The owner of Ann Arbor's Blue LLama Jazz Club , Don Hicks, agress the mutual support between his club and WEMU helps keep jazz music alive. He describes WEMU as a "key partner" for the club that brings world class jazz artists to Ann Arbor where he says they serve world class food. WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with Don Hicks about the importance of our …
 
Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns went to high school in Ann Arbor and worked at a local record store to earn money to pay for college. Music has always been a big part of his life and many of his documentaries, including one about jazz. He talks with WEMU's Lisa Barry about the impact of music in art and on our lives and the importance of supporting…
 
It's Public Radio Music Day, and WEMU is celebrating with a one-day fundraiser. One of many musicians who has benefited from WEMU's jazz and blues programming is boogie-woogie piano player Mark "Mr. B" Braun. He joined WEMU's David Fair to talk about what public radio has meant to him, his career, and why having access to live and local music progr…
 
Longtime Congressman John Dingell was one of the architects of the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967. His widow is the current 12th District Representative from Michigan. Debbie Dingell continues his mission to keep public broadcasting alive in this country. She joined WEMU's David Fair and Molly Motherwell to discuss John Dingell's legacy and why WE…
 
Today, we mark Public Radio Music Day by celebrating the hosts that bring you 43 hours of live and local music programming every week on WEMU. Every host and every program is paid for out of funds contributed by WEMU listeners. You can support the jazz , blues and more with a donation during this one-day fundraiser. Throughout the day, you will hea…
 
Dr. Ethan Kross is a professor of psychology and management/organizations at the University of Michigan and has written a new book called "Chatter." He talks with WEMU's Lisa Barry about how listening to and working with our inner dialogue can help enhance our own sense of well being.Lisa Barry
 
The trial of white Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is nearing an end. He's charged in the killing of George Floyd, a Black man. Not far from the trial, another Black man, Daunte Wright, was killed last Sunday by another white police officer. Survivors Speak founder and executive director Trische' Duckworth joined WEMU's David Fair to discu…
 
In this week's "On The Ground Ypsi," Lisa Barry and project manager Sarah Rigg talk to Scott Heister, Southeast Regional Director for Mi STEM and a co-founder of the American Center for Innovation. He talks about the proposed program to work with kids and encourage them to pursue real jobs in STEM fields and providing "cradle-to-career opportunitie…
 
As an elected official and a cardiovascular ICU nurse at Michigan Medicine, Katie Scott, who represents District 9 as a Washtenaw County commissioner, has experienced quite a bit over this past year in a pandemic. She talks with WEMU's Lisa Barry about that and her decision to write a public letter addressing recent comments shared by an Ann Arbor …
 
The number of confirmed cases continues to rise in Michigan, and vaccine efforts will be hampered by news the CDC and FDA have recommended pausing use of the Johnson and Johnson one-dose vaccine. WEMU's David Fair discussed these recent COVID-related developments with Washtenaw County Health Department spokesperson Susan Ringler-Cerniglia.…
 
Yen Azzaro: graphic recorder, illustrator, serial creative entrepreneur, and arts activist. She founded The Paper Pusher and applies her talent for the common good and understanding. She tells Creative Washtenaw's Deb Polich and WEMU's David Fair how she now needs her community to rise up for her and other Asian Americans experiencing racism and ac…
 
Over a hundred years since the pandemic of 1918, our current public health crisis is happening in a very similar manner to what happened then... killing hundreds of thousands of people. Lisa Barry talks with the Assistant Director of the Center for the History of Medicine at the University of Michigan , Dr. Alex Navarro, about how what's happening …
 
Washtenaw County residents aged 50 and over may not get out and about as easily as younger folks. It can be even harder for those with less financial means. A new pilot program called "AARP Ride@50+" was developed to make public transit more accesible, and its community development manager, Alison Petersen, joined WEMU's David Fair to discuss the p…
 
President Joe Biden is preparing an extensive bill to improve infrastructure and create jobs. 12th District Representative Debbie Dingell advocates passage of the plan. The Dearborn Democrat joined WEMU's David Fair and also discussed proposed gun control measures and the alarming surge in the number of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations.…
 
This month marks the 20th anniversary of National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Education and efforts continue in Washtenaw County, including this weekend's "Everesting Challenge." SafeHouse Center executive director Barbara Niess-May, and two of the center's board members, will take on the challenge to to raise awareness of the ongoing challenge…
 
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