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Radio Literacy One broadcasts offer listeners and website visitors current news and articles on literacy. As well, barringtonservices.org offers the professional world and other listeners specific resources in order to improve literacy and online content writing. We are excited to announce a corporate decision to adopt the Owl as our mascot. The Owl was chosen because of its enhanced ability to see in darkness and for its highly developed hearing. And so its energy brings clarity and wisdom when most of us would be unable to see and hear through the interference present in our every day life. Our hope in adopting the Owl is that its energy will bring us clarity, truth, wisdom and foresight in managing the world’s challenges to further advance literacy around the planet. With this goal in mind, we reach out to you our listeners and ask you to name our mascot. We are all gifted with unique creative talents. We will look forward to your messages through Blog Talk Radio or Face Book. We thank you for your participation and as always for listening.

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What happened in Haiti? EuroNews offers three intriguing stories Can three students and a bartender make a difference after the earthquake? Join us at RadioLiteracyOne

This weeks will feature a variety of literacy issues from across the world

Today we get to visit Norway and an unusal Kindergarten class as well as learning about street kids rescued from the mean streets of Brazzaville, the Congo's largest city and then visit a debate on the questions is literacy enough.

This weeks will feature a variety of literacy issue from across the world

This is a mixed program

This is a special presentation broadcast over two days starting August 11 2012 The program will conclude with part two on a day TBA. The program will deal with a historic problem most visitors to Washington DC never encounter. Mor... more

Washington DC has had a consistent high unemployment rate localized within Ward 8, which saw a climb to 25.2 percent according to figures from the Department of Employment Services. This community located along the banks of... more

This program was adapted and produced by Sherylann Barrington of Radio Literacy One from sources such as Euro news and Aljazeera Set up in 2002 by journalists Danièle Ohayon and Philippe Spinau and supported by their... more

If everyone shared a common belief about Literacy, its purpose and meaning, the real difficulties of unequal literacy levels among differing genders may cease to exist. This show offers a glimpse into the third or developing world and the need... more

This is a two pat show exploring two different subjects with the common theme of illiteracy. Show opens with further thoughts about illiteracy in what was once America's greatest city and home to the automobile industry. The other part of... more
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