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Today, producer Brea Hampton takes us back to a COVID-19 vaccine drive that happened in Tabor City, Columbus County in March. She speaks with Ashlei McFadden, who’s been aiding vaccination efforts – like the drive in Tabor City. McFadden says that vaccines intended for...
Black Leaders in Columbus County Work Toward Equity in COVID-19 Vaccinations
Greenville, North Carolina based acrylic, gouache, and digital artist Rakîa Jackson (Black Peace Art) speaks with host Brittani Smith about the challenges of being an artist and how she incorporates self-healing into her practice. Broadcast from the Shoresides studio, Somewhere & Elsewhere uncovers stories...
Black Peace Art
Coastal Youth Media reporter and resident animal-lover Nyaira Danley, from Jacksonville, NC speaks to conversationists and forest rangers about how climate change is affecting small wildlife in a big way in her hometown. Climate Stories | Youth Report is a podcast by Coastal Youth...
Climate Stories | Youth Report: Small Animal Conservation in Coastal NC
Coastal Youth Media reporter Isabella Avila, from Hampstead, NC explores how climate change is bringing humans and sharks into more frequent contact. Climate Stories | Youth Report is a podcast by Coastal Youth Media & NC Health News exploring how climate change is shaping...
Climate Stories | Youth Report: Humans & Sharks, Closer Together
Most of 17-year-old Brianna Leduc's neighbors are farmers. Brianna lives in Whiteville, North Carolina. In this episode, she set out to discover – how will the climate crisis change the way the way her community farms? Climate Stories | Youth Report is a podcast...
Climate Stories | Youth Report: How Will the Climate Crisis Change Farming?
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