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Forward Radio is listener-sponsored, volunteer-powered, grassroots community radio WFMP-LP Louisville, Kentucky. We have been broadcasting at 106.5fm and live-streaming at forwardradio.org since April 9, 2017. Enjoy this selection of our archived local programs, and if you like what you hear, please donate to keep us on-air at forwardradio.org. It costs $20/day to keep this programming coming your way.
 
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Our guests this week are members of the same family. Jeremy and Hermione Tankard are a father-daughter duo behind the graphic novel series Yorick and Bones. Yorick, as any Shakespeare lover knows, is the skull that Hamlet speaks to in the play of the same name. In this graphic novel, Yorick is unearthed by a friendly dog, and they begin a series of…
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog knocks on the door of Mellone Long, the new Executive Director at the Center for Neighborhoods (http://centerforneighborhoods.org). Get to know Mellone and the amazing work and legacy of the Center which is organizing right now to put on their annual Neighborhood Summit on Saturday, November 6…
 
K.A. Owens interviews Mack Shaw, retired librarian, veteran of the U.S. Army and the U.S. Air Force, about the legacy of the late Gen. Colin Powell, first Black Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, first Black Secretary of State of the United States.Recorded Friday October 22, 2021By FORward Radio
 
Solutions to Violence features the second interview with David Cochran. David's Ph.D. is from the University of Maryland. Dave has taught in the Politics Program at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, since 1996, offering a range of courses primarily in the areas of political thought and American politics. His primary teaching and research areas are re…
 
We are halfway through spooky October and maybe you are looking for a good scary book to read. Our guest today, Johann Trotter, can give you some tips. Johann lives in Northern Ireland and works as a scientific researcher. But her hobby gone wild is horror in all its forms. She is a self-professed horror junkie. She is a bit obsessed with Stephen K…
 
This week we are joined by returning guest Mandy Olivam. Mandy shares what she has learned about herself since the last time she was on the show, including tendencies towards codependency. We also talk about dealing with disappointments, integrating emotions instead of bypassing them, appreciating our brains, making time for ourselves, and living i…
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog enjoys a porch-sit with Rachael Hood, an organizer with Youth for Appalachian Climate Justice. Rachael is a Geography Master’s Student at West Virginia University and is one of several young people who recently started Youth for Appalachian Climate Justice to address climate change across Appa…
 
This takes on nihilism: the philosophical view that asserts there IS no meaning in life. Suck it up, buttercup! We check out Wendy Syfret's new book in which she argues that adopting a nihilistic point of view can be freeing rather than depressing. She argues that meaning in life is now for sale in the marketplace in our culture when we buy, buy, b…
 
This week’s episode is for true crime enthusiasts. Every city has had murders that make the news, and Louisville is no different. Our guest this week, David Domine', adopted Louisville as his hometown and has a following here as an author, tour guide, and storyteller in the city. He has written a new book called A DARK ROOM IN GLITTER BALL CITY abo…
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog dives deep into the ecological future of Beargrass Creek with Laura Mattingly. Laura is a Planner and Project Manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the Louisville District where she leads cross functional teams on water resources projects focused on flood risk management, ecosystem r…
 
This episode of Single Payer Radio is an excerpt from a webinar co-sponsored by Physicians for a National Health Program discussing a movement by private investment groups called Direct Contracting Entities (DCEs)that threaten our highly successful beloved Medicare program. Moderator Dr. Susan Rogers, president of PNHP leads the panel that includes…
 
Get Back To The Tap with us on this week's Truth to Power Happy Hour! Forward Radio volunteers, Ruth Newman and Justin Mog (host of Sustainability Now!) are joined by Kelley Dearing Smith, VP of Communications & Marketing for the Louisville Water Company. Join us for a wide-ranging conversation about the history and current status of water treatmen…
 
We have a fondness for Appalachia and have had several guests on the Perks who hail from that area, including Alix Harrow, Ashley Blooms, and Annette Sanuooke Clapsaddle. But Appalachia is much larger than just the small slice that Amy and I often think of. Appalachia is really a huge area that encompasses a vast and diverse array of people. Today …
 
This week we are discussing different aspects of climate change: the causes, the implications, and its impact on coal-mining communities. Scott Miller (astronomer at Maysville Community and Technical College) presents a primer on the topic of climate change, followed by Colleen McDonald and Kristina Dahl of the Union of Concerned Scientists. Their …
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog is thrilled to be in conversation with Davarian L. Baldwin, urbanist, historian, cultural critic and the Paul E. Raether Distinguished Professor of American Studies at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. His books include Chicago’s New Negroes: Modernity, the Great Migration, and Black U…
 
In this show we explore the wonderful world and values of those who identify as Humanists. The American Humanist Association has a tagline that reads "Good without God" and advocates for equality for humanists, atheists and freethinkers. We delve into the ten commitments/value statements of Humanists--including their take on critical thinking--and …
 
Society doesn’t really know what to do with older women. People give a lot of lip-service to the value of older women’s wisdom and experience but older women are often forgotten. As if they don’t have anything worth contributing once they hit a certain age.Our guest this week, Grace Sammon, has written a novel that tackles this modern dilemma for o…
 
In this week's solo episode, we talk about our fears, from the ridiculous to the significant. We also talk about finding the right therapist, moving your body in ways that feel good, quitting benzos, slowing down when you're exhausted, and taking naps.Featured:Original theme music by Neil LucasBy FORward Radio
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog learns to embrace imperfection and our inner climate hypocrite with North Carolina-based environmental journalist Sami Grover. Sami’s brand new book, just out this week from New Society Publishers is We’re All Climate Hypocrites Now: How Embracing Our Limitations Can Unlock the Power of a Move…
 
This show we cozy up to the ideas of Bernard de Spinoza, an 18th century philosopher in the rationalist tradition. Spinoza offers up some principles for living that we consider all these hundreds of years later to see how they 'fit" for us. We talk about Spinoza's ideas about how emotions lead us astray and how we can tap into our higher selves and…
 
Kelly Kirby is the first Rector at St. Matthew’s Episcopal church here in Louisville and a member of Empower West. The topic of her presentation is "Philanthropic Redlining." Rev. Kirby explains how a racist capitalistic system has economically oppressed the African American Community. Kelly Kirby presentation was originally part of the Louisville …
 
** We have a replay this week. We want our listeners to have a second chance to listen to our talk with author Farrah Alexander about her book, 'Raising The Resistance' about how to work social justice into our everyday lives. With some court cases on the horizon and strikes against women's rights in Texas, this seemed like a good episode to revisi…
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, we bring you a very special conversation hosted by former guest LeTicia Marshall, as a live video on her BearFruit Gardening YouTube channel. LeTicia assembled fellow members of the Urban Agriculture Coalition (a proud Forward Radio community partner) for a conversation about What is so sexy about sustainability? Y…
 
Forward Radio volunteers Ruth Newman, Tory Strange, and Justin Mog took to the airwaves live to thank everyone who helped us reach our goal of raising $4000 during Give For Good Louisville!! We are so grateful to the more than 40 fans and supporters who backed us throughout the day. You can still chip-in to help sustain us through midnight at https…
 
Forward Radio volunteers and programmers, K.A. Owens (On The Edge), Ruth Newman, Tory Strange, and Justin Mog (Sustainability Now!) were LIVE in studio for a special broadcast about the history and importance of WFMP to encourage you to donate to Forward Radio TODAY before midnight 9/17/21 at https://www.giveforgoodlouisville.org/organizations/wfmp…
 
Your usual hosts, Patty Payette & Brian Barnes are joined LIVE in studio by Justin Mog from Sustainability Now! for a special broadcast to encourage you to donate to Forward Radio TODAY before midnight 9/17/21 at https://www.giveforgoodlouisville.org/organizations/wfmp-low-power-radio-inc“Critical Thinking for Everyone" airs on FORward Radio, 106.5…
 
Today’s guest is a beekeeper with a very unique beekeeping journey. Her hands have touched bees from Hawaii to New Zealand offering hive inspection services and breeding queens. She works for Comvita, one of the world’s leading producers of manuka honey and she’s here to give us the scoop on all things manuka honey, wellness, queen breeding, and ho…
 
K.A. Owens interviews Norman Carter, a retired Philadelphia police officer. Mr. Carter is the author of "The Long Blue Walk, My Journey as a Philly Cop." Mr. Carter shares his experiences as a police officer and comments on how to improve policing in the United States.Recorded on Thursday September 16, 2021. Air date Friday September 17, 2021…
 
Hey critical thinkers! What a week this is! Brian and I recorded a video this week of our show as we did the audio. This week's show is on how to use Edward deBono's Six Thinking Hats as an approach to thinking through a problem or issue. We bring in colorful hats as we "try on" this technique.“Critical Thinking for Everyone" airs on FORward Radio,…
 
Kumar Rashad has been a Jefferson County public school teacher for the last 17 years. He has a Master of Arts, in Teacher Education and Professional Development from the University of Louisville and a Bachelor of Science in Pure Mathematics from Kentucky State University. He is currently a Math Resource Teacher at Breckenridge Metropolitan High Sch…
 
Most weeks we talk about books and being a booklover in terms of exciting new releases or the ways in which writers create their imagined worlds and the characters who inhabit them. But today we are talking about how books can literally change lives because books are a business and can generate income.In this week’s episode, we speak to Elizabeth S…
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, your host, Justin Mog, talks co-working with Lodgic CEO, Cheryl Farr and Equity in Arts Director, Marlesha Woods. Lodgic (http://lodgic.org) is a new kind of community environment created to address the hurdles many working professionals face. Lodgic exists to support work-life integration and the flexibility that …
 
Hey critical thinkers! This week's show unpacks a recent essay by Farhad Manjoo in which he does some serious introspection inspired by his new kittens. What do they know? How do they think about the world around them...and him? What do we really know about human consciousness and the inner life of animals? Do they think, therefore they are, like D…
 
K.A. Owens interviews Kevin Dunlap of the National Association for The Advancement of Colored People about voting rights immediately after a visibility event sponsored by the NAACP outside the Brown Hotel in Louisville, KY. U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell was speaking inside the hotel.The goal of the event was to urge Sen. McConnell to support Voting Rig…
 
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