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Sunday Morning Magazine with Rodney Lear
18 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
Dr. Catherine Athans_10-3-21_Segment #2
Dr. Catherine Athans, Dr. Athans holds Doctorate Degrees in both Clinical and Health Psychology and has been a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for over 25 years. Dr. Catherine Athans is author of numerous books, including The Heart Brain, which details how stress, anxiety and worry can put you at an increased risk for disease, and offers solutions for a more peaceful mind and healthy body.
27 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
Tina Blackwell_Beckett Springs_10-3-2021_Seg #1
We talk about the mental health impact of the pandemic.
18 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
Greg Lawrence & Sean Yisrael_Markell Bani Fine Wines_9-9-21_Seg #4
• Greg Markell Lawrence and Sean Bani Yisrael, Owners, Markell-Bani Fine Wines & Sparkling Beverages. Markell-Bani is the brainchild of two lifelong friends and Cincinnati natives, Greg Markell Lawrence and Sean Bani Yisrael who endeavored to create a spirits brand that would serve the interests of an under represented African-American community.
11 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
Zachary Thomas_Shock A Bully_9-19-21_Seg #3
• Zachary Thomas, Fitness Instructor, Creator and Founder of the Shock A Bully Program. Zachary is the founder of Shock A Bully. This boxing program promotes physical fitness and works to build self-esteem in youth. The program teaches youngster how to recognized bullies and bullying behavior. Zachary has over 30 years of experience as a professional boxer.
13 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
Jason Payne_Cincinnati Cyclones_9-19-21_Seg #2
Jason Payne, Head Coach, Cincinnati Cyclones.
22 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
Mbalia and Reynolds_Black Boy Joy_9-19-21_Segment #1
ABOUT THE BOOK (BLACK BOY JOY): Celebrate the joys of Black boyhood with stories from seventeen bestselling, critically acclaimed Black authors--including Jason Reynolds (the Track series), Jerry Craft (New Kid), and Kwame Mbalia (the Tristan Strong series). !
23 minutes | Aug 30, 2021
Fern Schumer Chapman_Seg #2 8-29-21
Fern Schumer Chapman, Author, Brothers, Sisters, Strangers: Sibling Estrangement and the Road to Reconciliation. Fern understands the pain of sibling estrangement firsthand. For the better part of forty years, she had nearly no relationship with her only brother, despite many attempts at reconnection. Her grief and shame were devastating and isolating.
19 minutes | Aug 30, 2021
Laura Linn Knight, Seg #1_8-29-21
Laura Linn Knight, Parenting Expert and Former Elementary School Teacher. Laura Linn Knight, specializes in helping parents, teachers and children create more calm at home and in the classroom. She is also a Certified Positive Discipline Educator, Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher and a mother of two.
18 minutes | Aug 16, 2021
Immigration Show 2_Segment #3_Sandra Mix-Status Family
• Sandra is a 24 year old DACA recipient residing in Cincinnati. She graduated from college with her Bachelors in Science (Fall 2019). She began immigration activism work during high school and continued through IJPC's Youth Educating Society (YES) program at the beginning of her college career. She focused on educating her community about current immigration policies. Sandra continues her work in various capacities bringing knowledge and a face to the issue by sharing her personal story.
18 minutes | Aug 16, 2021
Immigration Show 2_Segment #2_Lan Cao and Harlan Margaret Van Cao
• LAN CAO and HARLAN MARGARET VAN CAO, Authors, FAMILY IN SIX TONES: A Refugee Mother, an American Daughter
25 minutes | Aug 16, 2021
Immigration Show 2_Segment #1_Samantha Searls
• Samantha Searls is a program manager at the Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center (IJPC). At IJPC, Samantha's education and advocacy work focuses on breaking down the unjust systems of human trafficking and immigration.
14 minutes | Aug 10, 2021
Immigration Show 1_Segment #3 Anila Sajja, Bravo’s, Married to Medicine
Owning Your Immigrant Identity Guest: Anila Sajja, Bravo’s, Married to Medicine. Born and raised in Savannah, GA with a proud Indian-American heritage, Anila is a renaissance woman in every sense of the word. She graduated from Mercer University with a degree in Computer Information Systems, and took the corporate world by storm in the cosmetic and fashion industry with a global executive position. As she advanced in her career, Anila decided to go after her true passion for fashion, and with her creative eye she blossomed it into a successful career as a fashion blogger and social media influencer. She collaborates with fashion and beauty brands, while lending her expertise to develop innovative content. Anila met her husband Dr. Kiran Sajja who is a successful oculofacial plastic surgeon. She and her husband have been married for 8 years and share two energetic and rambunctious children together, five-year-old Aryana and three-year-old Avir. Anila lives a fabulous life working hard and playing harder. During her spare time, Anila enjoys time with her family and friends, Bollywood dancing, traveling, working out and, of course, shopping.
33 minutes | Aug 10, 2021
Immigration Show 1_Segment #2_1st & 2nd Generation Immigrants__Summi & Arturo
Immigrations (Part One of our Two Part Series). Guest #1--Arturo, First Generation Immigrant. Arturo was born and raised in Venezuela. He immigrated to American with his family nearly 20 years ago for an employment opportunity. Guest #2--• Summi, Second Generation of an Immigrant Family. Summi was born in the United States to immigrant parents. She recurrently resides in Ohio.
29 minutes | Aug 10, 2021
Immigration Show 1_Segment #1 History of Immigration_Curnutte & Suess
Immigrations (Part One of our Two Part Series). Guest # 1--• Mark Curnutte is a visiting instructor of Social Justice Studies and Journalism at Miami University, Oxford, his alma mater. He reported for the Cincinnati Enquirer for 25 years, earning Top Reporter Ohio awards three times and working as part of the newspaper's Pulitzer Prize-winning "Seven Days of Heroin" project in 2017. Guest #2--• Jeff Suess, History Reporter, Cincinnati Enquirer. Jeff Suess is the author of Lost Cincinnati, Hidden History of Cincinnati, and Cincinnati Then and Now. He is the librarian of the Cincinnati Enquirer, where he keeps the newspaper archive and writes about Cincinnati history.
10 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
Laura Rhodes-Levin_Travel Anxiety (7/25/21)
Laura Rhodes-Levin, Founder of The Missing Peace Center for Anxiety. It’s time to dust off our suitcases as travel starts becoming available again this summer. Statistics show that more than two-thirds of Americans plan to take a vacation this summer. While many people may not have experienced travel anxiety in the past, traveling post-pandemic is making anxiety a bigger issue than ever before.
51 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
Youth and the Impact of the Pandemic (7/25/2021)
Coping with the pandemic has not been easy for any of us—most especially for our children. This morning we discuss the social and emotional impact of the pandemic on our youth with our expert panel including: Cymbria Hess, Licensed Family and Marriage Therapist; Eric is from Butler Behavioral Health’s MRSS program; Barbara works at Talbert House Prevention Services
9 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
Robin Ha_Recommended Summer Reading List_Almost American Girl_7-18-21
Robin Ha grew up drawing comics and dreamed of a career as an artist. Today, her work has appeared on the pages of Marvel Comics. She speaks with us on-air to talk about her debut Young Adult graphic novel, Almost American Girl.
10 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
Varian Johnson_Recommended Summer Reading List_TWINS_7-18-21
Coretta Scott King honor-winning author, Varian Johnson discusses his charming graphic novel, Twin. He also spoke about his much anticipated middle school novel, playing the Cards You’re Dealt.
17 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
Meg Medina_Recoommened Summer Reading List_7-18-21
Meg Medina winner of the 2019 Newbery Medal for Merci Suárez Changes Gears. Medina talks about diversity in books and her much anticipated follow-up novel in the Merci series, Merci Suárez Can’t Dance.
14 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
Frank Murphy and Barbara Dan_A Teacher Like You_Recommended Summer Reading List 7-18-21
Authors Frank Murphy and Barbara Dan, who are both educators, join Sunday Morning Magazine to discuss their new book, A Teacher Like You. Their picture book celebrates teachers, who in the wake of this global pandemic, have faced unbelievable challenges to educate their students.
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