Speaking From Experience: Win Smith 01/23/2014

Win Smith, former Chairman of Merrill Lynch International and author of the newly published book Catching Lightning in a Bottle – How Merrill Lynch Revolutionized the Financial World. Win shares his unique insights about the rise of the world’s once largest brokerage firm and the decline of this legendary institution. His book is an intriguing story about visionary entrepreneurs, extraordinary achievements, and misguided priorities that persist on Wall Street today

This event is co-sponsored by BYOBiz, EMC and the MFA program. Part of Champlain Colleger's Speaking From Experience Lecture Series.

UVM MLK Celebration - Julian Bond, Activist, Civil Rights Leader 01/23/2014

University of Vermont Celebration of Martin Luther King welcomes keynote speaker Julian Bond, activist and leader in the Civil Rights Movement.  Mr. Bond also is the former Chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and founder of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.  Sponsored by President Sullivan, Department of Student Life and the Office of the Vice-President for Human Resources, Diversity and Multicultural Affairs.

Preservation Burlington: Saint Albans House Redevelopment Update 01/23/2014

Guest Host Jacob Mushlin speaks with Jim Cameron of Green Dolphin LLC and a developer who is successfully using the State and Federal Historic Tax Credits to redevelop the Saint Albans House historic hotel. Jim shared the start of the project last year and shares an update in this show. Monthly call in show hosted by Preservation BurlingtonMonthly call in show hosted by Preservation Burlington

Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebrations: Sharon Robinson 01/19/2014

The Greater Burlington Multicultural Resource Center hosts Sharon Robinson, daughter of sports and civil rights legend Jackie Robinson as keynote for the annual MLK celebration, including a special tribute to Nelson Mandela.

Sharon Robinson is the educational consultant for Major League Baseball. She manages Breaking Barriers: In Sports, In Life
a baseball-themed national character education curriculum that helps empower students to face obstacles in their lives. The program includes a national essay contest for students in grades 4-9 and throughout MLB's RBI program. Each year, thousands of students write an essay about how they used the values demonstrated by Jackie Robinson to overcome their challenges. Essay winners are celebrated in their schools and in Major League ballparks. Since 1997, the program has reached over 22 million students and 2.9 million educators.

Speaking From Experience: Michael Claudon 01/16/2014

Michael Claudon is the founder of Snake Mountain Boatworks.

This event is co-sponsored by BYOBiz, EMC and the MFA program. Part of Champlain Colleger's Speaking From Experience Lecture Series.

Feminist Media Review: Host Peggy Luhrs 01/13/2014

Host Peggy Luhrs speaks to issues of the day.

Near & Far Video, Introduced by Richard Kemp: The Road to Recovery 2013: A Showcase of Events 01/08/2014

Ivette Torres, Associate Director for Consumer Affairs, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

Building on the 2013 National Recovery Month (Recovery Month) theme—“Join the Voices for Recovery: Together on Pathways to Wellness”—this episode will feature footage, photos, and interviews of participants from events held throughout the country as individuals, families, and entire communities unite in celebration of Recovery Month. In addition, the show will highlight the positive and affirming message realized by millions of Americans: Behavioral health is essential to health, prevention works, treatment is effective, and people recover!

If you have questions or comments about this program, please contact Richard Kemp at

Burlington Free University: Is America Exceptional? 11/21/2013

Community members, Peter Garritano, Sandy Baird, Charles Simpson, Mannie Lionni and Marc Estrin continue their roundtable conversation, this show dealing with America's autoritarian personality and the notion of exceptionalism?

Senator Bernie Sanders: Dying Young: Why Your Social and Economic Status may be a Death Sentence in America 11/20/2013

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), chairman of the Senate subcommittee on aging, holds a hearing to discuss the extraordinary disparities in life expectancy that exist between regions of the United States and even neighborhoods within cities.

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