January 27, 2018

Victor Smith

WOOC interns Arianna Young and Aaron Pinder are helping to host as well. Today we have H. Bosh Jr. and the Triple Es Education, Empowerment, Entrepreneurship segment. This week he interviews Victor Smith about his anti-bullying app, “Stop Bullying 518.”
Then, WOOC correspondent Dave Publow collected interviews between gardeners at Capital Roots and local students. We hear a dialogue between local youth and gardeners.
Afterwards, we have a visit to the studio from local poet James Duncan. James talks about his life as a writer and reading from his latest book of poetry, We Are All Terminal But This Exit Is Mine.
And later on, we have a dialogue with all of our youth interns about their continued reading of Assata by Assata Shakur. We also have our community calendar update from WOOC youth intern Traevon Vautrin.

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