goldstein-2016-teeDo you love WRFI?

Take your relationship with community radio to the next level!

Come and meet some WRFI volunteer programmers and find out how you can get involved.

2-4pm Sunday, October 2 upstairs at Autumn Leaves Books, 115 the Commons, Ithaca

There are so many ways you can help:

Join the WRFI News Team;
Help us with our upcoming fund drive (October 14-23);
Intern with an existing current affairs program;
Learn to be a fill-in or substitute host; or
Work toward your own show!

Come lend your voice and support at WRFI

WRFI Annual Fall Fundraiser is October 14-23.

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As of last night, WRFI archiving its live and local shows at Radio Free America! Use the Radio Free America banner on the right or to search all our archives by date. To comply with copyright law, we can only archive shows for two weeks.

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Digging into Farm Life in Tioga County

September 27, 2016

Cornell students Dan Chamberlain and Michaela Barry discussed their work with the Our Farms, Our Stories project, sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension in Tioga County. This interview aired on September 19, 2016.

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Professor Jonathan Boyarin about Technologies of Memory-September 27th 2016

September 27, 2016

Professor Jonathan Boyarin of Cornell Jewish Studies talks about the fall lecture and arts series, “Technologies of Memory”.  He describes how the series is meant to help the public understand the ways that humans process and preserve memories.  Listeners are also introduced to the USC Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive. For more information, go to: […]

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Judy’s Day at Cornell Plantations

September 22, 2016

Esther Racoosin speaks with Diane Miske, Visitor Services Coordinator at Cornell Plantations, about the upcoming festival, Judy’s Day.  This year the festival theme is “Food Plants of the Americas”.  Miske speaks about the various foods, games, stories and events that will be featured.  For more information, go to: http://www.cornellplantations.org/learning/youth-programs/judys-day This interview aired on the September […]

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Speaking About “Storm Country,” a Headphone Play

September 13, 2016

Samuel Buggeln, artistic director for the Cherry Arts Artspace, talks with Lori Sonken about the Ithaca production, Storm Country, running September 9-11 and September 16-18, 2016. This interview aired on September 13, 2016.

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Nancy Malina on Nutritious Foods for Students-September 6th, 2016

September 6, 2016

Esther Racoosin talks with Certified Nutrition Specialist Nancy Malina about how caregivers can provide healthy meals for busy students getting ready to return to school this week.  She also talks about nutrition workshops offered at the Cornell Cooperative Extension.  For more information, listeners can visit this link to workshops: http://ccetompkins.org/food

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Celebrating Labor Day with Awards from the Tompkins County Workers Center

September 6, 2016

Pete Myers discusses the Verizon Strike, Cornell Graduate Students United’s efforts to organize, raising the minimum wage in Central New York and other labor issues affecting Tompkins County workers. This interview with WRFI’s Lori Sonken aired on Labor Day, September 5, 2016.

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Jennifer Tavares about Pledge4Ithaca-August 30th, 2016

August 30, 2016

Esther Racoosin speaks with Jennifer Tavares, spokesperson for the Pledge4Ithaca project, which is dedicated to protect children from sexual assault.  They talk about how the project was set up, the mission of the organization and how the community can get involved. This interview originally aired on the August 30th, 2016 edition of WRFI community radio […]

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