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  • The Americans With Disabilities Act took effect on July 26, 1990. Much has been accomplished since then to make all of society more accessible and participatory> But much more still needs to bring the full promise of the legislation to fruition. To talk about it are: Florida State University's J.R. Harding, long-time advocate; Dr. Max Lee of environmental consulting firm Koogler Associates; and Michael Elliott, CEO of Soar Technology, which provides services for the visually-impaired.
  • The Americans With Disabilities Act took effect on July 26, 1990. Much has been accomplished since then to make all of society more accessible and participatory> But much more still needs to bring the full promise of the legislation to fruition. To talk about it are: Florida State University's J.R. Harding, long-time advocate; Dr. Max Lee of environmental consulting firm Koogler Associates; and Michael Elliott, CEO of Soar Technology, which provides services for the visually-impaired.
  • Circuit Judge Angela Dempsey has served on the bench for 14 years. Now she faces a challenge from Tallahassee Attorney Kevin Alvarez. The candidates discuss their judicial qualifications, temperament and legal philosophy.
  • Incumbent School Board Member Dee Dee Rasmussen and Challenger Alex Stemle discuss their differing approaches to guiding the school district through the challenge of COVID-19 and other educational issues.
  • Incumbent School Board Member Dee Dee Rasmussen and Challenger Alex Stemle discuss their differing approaches to guiding the school district through the challenge of COVID-19 and other educational issues.
  • On tonight’s program: A group of college professors says there’s no way to reopening classes safely this fall. Especially since many of the schools’ reopening plans were made before coronavirus cases really began to climb in Florida; As if a pandemic isn’t enough, a hurricane threatens Florida’s eastern seaboard; A flood of vote-by-mail ballots is coming to Florida’s county elections offices. We’ll find out if they’re ready for the tsunami; Some Florida election supervisors are extending their early voting periods; Most of those being held in Florida’s county jails aren’t felons. That means they still have the right to vote although exercising that right may be another matter all together; A Central Florida State Representative says a recent Supreme Court appointment made by the governor doesn’t follow the rules and wants the appointment reversed. The appointed justice, meanwhile, thinks the rules say otherwise; Whether it’s the local Shakespeare troupe or touring rock band, the performing arts shutdown imposed by the coronavirus is taking a heavy toll across Florida.
  • On tonight’s program: A group of college professors says there’s no way to reopening classes safely this fall. Especially since many of the schools’ reopening plans were made before coronavirus cases really began to climb in Florida; As if a pandemic isn’t enough, a hurricane threatens Florida’s eastern seaboard; A flood of vote-by-mail ballots is coming to Florida’s county elections offices. We’ll find out if they’re ready for the tsunami; Some Florida election supervisors are extending their early voting periods; Most of those being held in Florida’s county jails aren’t felons. That means they still have the right to vote although exercising that right may be another matter all together; A Central Florida State Representative says a recent Supreme Court appointment made by the governor doesn’t follow the rules and wants the appointment reversed. The appointed justice, meanwhile, thinks the rules say otherwise; Whether it’s the local Shakespeare troupe or touring rock band, the performing arts shutdown imposed by the coronavirus is taking a heavy toll across Florida.
  • Three of the four candidates for the seat being vacated by retiring Judge Charles Dodson talk about their judicial philosophies, legal background and qualifications. Vying for the seat are: Tiffany Baker; Nina Moody; and Amanda Wall who appear on the program. A fourth candidate, Pete Williams, was invited but did not respond.
  • Three of the four candidates for the seat being vacated by retiring Judge Charles Dodson talk about their judicial philosophies, legal background and qualifications. Vying for the seat are: Tiffany Baker; Nina Moody; and Amanda Wall who appear on the program. A fourth candidate, Pete Williams, was invited but did not respond.
  • Lequita Sharrock is the CEO of Sharrock Media Group, and Rory Sharrock is president and COO of Sharrock Media Group. They believe that embracing diversity and celebrating our differences is important, because everyone can learn from one another. Love should be the foundation of everything you do, and if it's not then you have the wrong agenda.
  • Tallahassee native and Senior VP of Government Affairs for the Florida Bankers Association, Kenneth Pratt, has seen a shift of no voices representing his home neighborhoods on the south side of Tallahassee, to now where there are more voices talking about the issues affecting all different regions of the community. He sees people working together, which he believes benefits the Tallahassee community as a whole. Kenneth shares the importance of the support system that his parents surrounded him with - people who had his best intentions in mind.
  • Principal of R. Frank Nims Middle School, Dr. Benny L. Bolden, Jr., shares his inspiration for managing the school in Tallahassee, FL. He wants his students and the community to know that his school is run in the vein of care, hope, and love. He tells his students that if they would have known him in his youth, they would be shocked that he was their principal today. He sees himself in his students and makes it his assignment to give them his care, hope, and love.