Many of us, at times, have felt our freedom curtailed by circumstances. When this occurs, we make a choice between remaining trapped or lifting ourselves--and others--out of imprisonment. This week we discuss freedom with State Representative and former Sheriff for Cumberland County, Mark Dion; author Monica Wood; and John Williams & Kate Beever of the 317 Main Street Community Music Center program at the Long Creek Youth Development Center.
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October has become known as "pink ribbon month," in honor of breast cancer awareness. The field of breast health is changing rapidly, and we know that our listeners will want to "stay abreast" of the situation. Learn about new screening recommendations, research and treatment during this week's conversations with Meredith Burgess, State Representative & Breast Cancer Survivor, Ingrid LeVasseur of Inner Image Clinical Thermography, and Intermed Obstetrician/Gynecologist Dr. Caroline Hodsdon .
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What happens when we lose our voice? When we no longer feel able to share our opinions and be heard? Learn how a diverse group of Mainers are helping individuals find their voices, from soldiers returning from overseas combat, to women and girls who may be at risk for abuse and exploitation. Discover how you can find your own voice and help others do the same.
Guests this week include
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