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  • The Holocaust Education Resource Council and Tallahassee Community College are joining forces for this year's Holocaust Education Week observance. The event, Nov. 8-12, will include speakers, performances and the annual Remembrance Dinner, with remarks from a Holocaust survivor. To provide a preview of the occasion are: Barbara Goldstein, executive director of the Holocaust Education Resource Council; Tallahassee Community College Vice President Heather Mitchell; and TCC History Professor Monte Finkelstein.
  • The Holocaust Education Resource Council and Tallahassee Community College are joining forces for this year's Holocaust Education Week observance. The event, Nov. 8-12, will include speakers, performances and the annual Remembrance Dinner, with remarks from a Holocaust survivor. To provide a preview of the occasion are: Barbara Goldstein, executive director of the Holocaust Education Resource Council; Tallahassee Community College Vice President Heather Mitchell; and TCC History Professor Monte Finkelstein.
  • The latest medical developments may mean earlier detection and gentler, more effective treatments for breast cancer. To talk about it are: Florida Society of Clinical Oncology President Dr. Luis Raez; Megan Hall, senior director of medical Communications with GRAIL, a firm that's developed a multi-cancer blood test; Congressman Neal Dunn who is backing federal legislation to support such technologies; and metastatic breast cancer survivor Terlisa Sheppard who has also written a book about her experience.
  • The latest medical developments may mean earlier detection and gentler, more effective treatments for breast cancer. To talk about it are: Florida Society of Clinical Oncology President Dr. Luis Raez; Megan Hall, senior director of medical Communications with GRAIL, a firm that's developed a multi-cancer blood test; Congressman Neal Dunn who is backing federal legislation to support such technologies; and metastatic breast cancer survivor Terlisa Sheppard who has also written a book about her experience.
  • On tonight’s program: After failing to get their proposal on the 2020 ballot, advocates are once again collecting signatures to put before voters a move to legalize recreational marijuana use in Florida; A Florida doctor shares his experience treating COVID-19 patients; Today, misinformation seems to be everywhere. A university initiative arms students with the tools to help them spot it; The new director of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, who used to be an astronaut himself, talks of future spaceflights while recalling the U-S space program’s past glories; Scientists are learning lots more about how coral reefs protect coastal areas from storms; And environmental groups cheer a plan to cut down on Styrofoam use in Florida.
  • On tonight’s program: After failing to get their proposal on the 2020 ballot, advocates are once again collecting signatures to put before voters a move to legalize recreational marijuana use in Florida; A Florida doctor shares his experience treating COVID-19 patients; Today, misinformation seems to be everywhere. A university initiative arms students with the tools to help them spot it; The new director of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, who used to be an astronaut himself, talks of future spaceflights while recalling the U-S space program’s past glories; Scientists are learning lots more about how coral reefs protect coastal areas from storms; And environmental groups cheer a plan to cut down on Styrofoam use in Florida.
  • Noted political theorist Dr. Danielle Allen joins Florida Humanities and the Village Square in a vital conversation about what it means to be an American today, using the Declaration of Independence as a focus of that discussion.
  • Noted political theorist Dr. Danielle Allen joins Florida Humanities and the Village Square in a vital conversation about what it means to be an American today, using the Declaration of Independence as a focus of that discussion.
  • From a state legislator from Broward County to the director of Florida Emergency Management, Jared Moskowitz has deep insights into the intricacies of how state government operates; especially in this hyper-partisan era. He shared those assessments with members of the Capital Tiger Bay Club during their first in-person gathering since the start of the pandemic last year.
  • A small group of intrepid kayakers embarks on a 100-plus mile paddle trip in early October. They'll be traversing the Apalachicola River in Northwest Florida from Chattahoochee to the coastal community that bears the river's name. Some of this year's paddlers talk about it: Georgia Ackerman, Apalachicola Riverkeeper; Martha Haynes; Lee Rigby; and Rob Diaz de Villegas who is also a video producer and environmental reporter for WFSU Public Media.
  • A small group of intrepid kayakers embarks on a 100-plus mile paddle trip in early October. They'll be traversing the Apalachicola River in Northwest Florida from Chattahoochee to the coastal community that bears the river's name. Some of this year's paddlers talk about it: Georgia Ackerman, Apalachicola Riverkeeper; Martha Haynes; Lee Rigby; and Rob Diaz de Villegas who is also a video producer and environmental reporter for WFSU Public Media.
  • On tonight’s program: Florida’s new surgeon general says he’s in full agreement with those who say “follow the science” when it comes to pandemic policy; Hospitals heads say the coronavirus pandemic has stretched their workforce, now it’s stretching their bottoms lines as they attempt to fill in the gaps left by burnt out nurses; Florida lawmakers say they won’t draw the state’s election maps to intentionally benefit themselves this time. But only time will tell if this time, they really mean it; As Florida becomes an ever-more diverse state, it’s also becoming an ever-more Republican State. The state’s head Democrat will address that apparent disconnect; And Florida’s phosphate miners are eyeing new territory. And while many residents in those areas are worried, the industry insists it can do its thing safely and carefully.