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Changing Through Exchange: Sharing Great Ideas
The Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council & State Department’s International Visitor Leader
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Helping Hands: Spreading the Love
Representatives of local agencies that provide assistance to those in need.
American Creed: A Local Perspective
Community conversations -- designed to help Americans find common ideals
Pensacola’s Real Estate Renaissance
Pensacola is experiencing a rebirth.
Innovation and Technology: On the Gulf Coast
Technological disruption is causing the world to change at lightning speed.
Back to Life: The Imogene Theatre
After a disastrous fire several years ago the historic Imogene Theatre is back in business
Two Pensacola Olympians, weightlifter Frank Spellman and sprinter Justin Gatlin
Women have unique health issues.
Millions of immigrants have followed legal procedures to come to the U.S.
The Opioid Crisis and Our Community
Opioid addiction is a crisis in our community and it affects many individuals and families
State and National History Day
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WSRE: Celebrating 50 Years
WSRE is celebrating 50 years of educational television, from its early days broadcasting.
PACE Center for Girls
One of the most effective programs for keeping girls from entering the juvenile justice
Concussions and Sports Medicine
There is a growing awareness of the consequences of concussions in athletics.
Anti-Semitism and Holocaust Remembrance
Anti-Semitism is any belief or behavior hostile toward Jews, and may take any form.
Discovering Pensacola's Past
The discovery of the site of the 1559 Tristan de Luna Settlement and it's implications.
The Impact of Addiction on Society
Addiction has widespread effects not only on abusers but their families and more.
Special | 58m 45s
There are almost always multiple causes that may not have been recognized or dealt with.
Vet educational opportunities and counseling services are discussed, as well as stories.
Law Enforcement & Technology
What are the day-to-day challenges of protecting our cities and communities?
Building an Early Learning City
An initiative is underway to establish Pensacola as “America’s First Early Learning City.”
Earth Day was established in 1970 to heighten awareness of the planet’s problems.
Lean In: Women and Achievement
Women around the world are forming peer groups called “Lean In” Circles.
Addiction: Pathways for Hope
Both locally and nationally, addiction is a problem that affects people and families.