WYSO Weekend: December 20, 2020
Today we have another installment of The Race Project. Two Yellow Springs residents - David Turner and Cheryl Smith - talk about the legacy of slavery in the United States
West Dayton Stories is our new series highlighting the strength and resilience of Dayton’s African American community. Jocelyn Robinson from the Eichelberger Center for Community Voices brings us another episode.
ReEntry Stories is our series about formerly incarcerated citizens in Ohio. Today we hear from Savon Davis. Series producer Mary Evans introduces us. This project is also a podcast and comes from the Eichelberger Center for Community Voices. You can hear all the stories in this series and see photos of the participants at WYSO dot org.
For many mothers giving birth during the pandemic, pregnancy has not gone as planned. To learn about these experiences, a pair of researchers is collecting pandemic birth stories from across the country. Side Effects’ Darian Benson reports the stories include both challenges and joys.
COVID-19 can be especially dangerous for people living with diabetes. And medical experts are realizing that the relationship between the diseases is very complex. Side Effect’s Public Media’s Farah Yousry reports in the first of a two-part series.
A lot of people will be happy to see 2020 go, but when it does, a piece of Dayton history goes with it. After 55 years, Mendelson’s Liquidation Outlet will be closed for good. In this segment Culture Couch producer Susan Byrnes brings us voices of Dayton artists who found materials and inspiration there.
Bill Felker brings us this week's Poor Will's Almanack
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