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Check out today's show on Women - Politics - Virginia airing on WRIR 97.3 fm Richmond Independent Radio
08/13/2020
Women and Politics with Emily Galvin-Almanza from Partners for Justice

Check out today's show on Women - Politics - Virginia airing on WRIR 97.3 fm Richmond Independent Radio

Today we have a special guest, Emily Galvin-Almanza, @glavinalmanza Co-founder of Partners for Justice. To quote their mission: “PFJ supports the broader movement to dismantle and transform t…

WRIR 97.3 fm Richmond Independent Radio
06/30/2018
WRIR 97.3 fm Richmond Independent Radio

WRIR 97.3 fm Richmond Independent Radio

As the leader of the governing board of a community radio station, I am beyond saddened by the loss of fellow journalists in the recent shooting in Annapolis. Journalists and the presence of independent news are vital to the community; a job so important and necessary to our democracy that the U.S. Bill of Rights explicitly protects it.

Journalism is not a 40 hour a week job. It’s a 24-hour-a-day job. Reporters, editors, producers work out of a sense of passion for truth in the news. They give all they have every day to inform you of what’s happening in your neighborhood, city, and country. Reporters Without Borders reported that threats faced by journalists worldwide are increasing and that last year was the most dangerous year ever for journalists.**

Who will protect community journalism?

It certainly can be you. You can help us stand up to the violence against the very voices telling the stories of your life, reporting on the issues important to you, and lifting up the voices of those most unheard.

At WRIR, we are volunteers. We work with you in the communities of the greater Richmond area. We are not only journalists; we are your friends, your family, and your neighbors. We care deeply about all of the residents we live next to, go to work with, socialize with and whose stories we tell. I feel certain that the same can be said of the staff of the Capital Gazette.

To our five colleagues who lost their lives in the service of news, truth, and democracy, we honor your work and stand in solidarity with journalists everywhere.

Carol Olson,
President of the Virginia Center for the Public Press,
Co-chair, News and Public Affairs Committee

**Source:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2018/02/01/2017-was-the-most-dangerous-year-ever-for-journalists-2018-might-be-even-worse/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.e3131644c0c0

Missed equal pay day? Check out the special Melissa Vaughn of RVA Dirt and I made with Carol Stephens from Association o...
04/13/2018
Equal Pay Day Special

Missed equal pay day? Check out the special Melissa Vaughn of RVA Dirt and I made with Carol Stephens from Association of American University Women about women and equal pay. April 10 marked Equal Pay Day — the date the average woman in America would need to work until in 2018 in order to earn what men were paid in 2017. [ 124 more words ]

http://carololsonproductions.blog/2018/04/10/equal-pay-day-special/

Missed equal pay day? Check out the special Melissa Vaughn of RVA Dirt and I made with Carol Stephens from Association of American University Women about women and equal pay. April 10 marked Equal …

I join Krysti Albus as we attended the March in Richmond to talk to participants. Then I talk with Chelsea Higgs Wise ab...
01/24/2018
The Women’s March 2018 in #RVA #PowertothePolls

I join Krysti Albus as we attended the March in Richmond to talk to participants. Then I talk with Chelsea Higgs Wise about the impact of the Women's March nationally and locally.

http://carololsonproductions.blog/2018/01/24/the-womens-march-2018-in-rva-powertothepolls/

I join Krysti Albus as we attended the March in Richmond to talk to participants. Then I talk with Chelsea Higgs Wise about the impact of the Women’s March nationally and locally.

Carol hosts WRIR Presents this week and reported from the Women's Convention. The Women’s Convention is a weekend of wor...
11/02/2017
Women’s Convention – 2017

Carol hosts WRIR Presents this week and reported from the Women's Convention. The Women’s Convention is a weekend of workshops, strategy sessions, forums and intersectional movement building. The goal is to tap into the power of women in leadership as the fundamental, grassroots force for change that evolved out of the movement making that happened during the Women's March on Washington in January of 2017.

http://carololsonproductions.blog/2017/11/01/womens-convention-2017/

Carol hosts WRIR Presents this week and reported from the Women’s Convention. The Women’s Convention is a weekend of workshops, strategy sessions, forums and intersectional movement building.…

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