Latest Features and Interviews
Aryeal Jackson speaks with Kim Munson-Burke about her personal experiences of discussing race with her children and other members of the Ithaca community. This interview originally aired on the January 6th, 2015 edition of WRFI Community Radio News.
Samuel Whitehead speaks with Tim Noon, Natural Resources Specialist with the U.S. Forest Service working in the Finger Lakes National Forest, about the spread of the hemlock woolly adelgid and what the U.S. Forest Service is doing to stop it. This interview originally aired on the January 5th, 2015 edition of WRFI Community Radio News.
Last summer, a piece of unsanctioned public art appeared outside of Ithaca’s Beverly J Martin Elementary School–a pink fairy spraypainted on the sidewalk. The artists were eventually caught and the case made its way through the city courts. But even though the perpetrators admitted to their acts, the case was recently dropped. To get more…
Lori Sonken talks with Toxics Targeting’s Walter Hang about his company’s work to fight fracking in New York State and about what they’ll be working on now that fracking has been banned. This interview originally aired on the December 30th, 2014 edition of WRFI Community Radio News.
When Patrick Timothy Walsh completed part of his spiritual training, he was given a new name: Ravindra. Patrick went by Ravi (which is short for Ravindra) for years without legally changing his name, but, recently, he decided to go through with the legal name change. Just days after it took place, Ravi reflected on how…
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