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A Kind Voice

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Positive conversations and great music from kind voices. A Kind Voice Radio features programs on Good News, Innovation, Books, Sports, Movies, Creativity and “Your Kind Voice” a program where we interview people on how they use their kind voice to make a positive impact. As our Good News show only talks about the good stuff happening in the world, all our radio programs talk about positive aspects of their topics.

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Interview with Elizabeth Gallardo, Founder of the The Cat's Meow Café, a unique experience that ties in coffee with rescued cats. The Cat's Meow Café provides education towards cat advocacy and believes that... more

Interview with Chautauqua orator Dick Usher in character as Pee Wee Reese, the Brooklyn Dodger shortstop from 1940 to 1957, a 10 time All Star and contributor to 7 National League championships. After his playing days he was a... more

Hosts David Levins and Jessica Grinspan have a conversation about mobile sanctuaries, the practice of turning one's kind voice inward to build fortresses of the mind, to enhance our ability to to reach outward and make the world... more

Interview with chautauqua orator Greg Waltermire in character as Abraham Lincoln. When you talk about kind voices in history, Abraham Lincoln comes to the top of the list, so this will be a treat hearing Greg portraying... more

Interview with Shane Rhinewald the Director of Public Relations for the Strong Museum - National Museum of Play located in Rochester New York. The Museum is not just a place to look at toys -- It is big, colorful "Play Wonderland" full of... more

Interview with Trisha Swanson, who founded the non-profit organization Reason to Run to encourage and support women in correctional facilities. Reason to Run exists to create a culture of hope, connection, and community through a... more

Interview with Ken Browne about his documentary, Why Doctors Write: Finding Humanity in Medicine. A film that explores why doctors are turning to writing and the arts to increase empathy, improve communication, and prevent... more

Today's episode features a conversation with Genevieve Frederick, Founder and President of Feeding Pets of the Homeless, the only national organization focused on feeding and providing emergency veterinary care to pets of... more

Join us tonight for a radio version of the Funnovative board game, led by game master Martha George. To get your own copy of Funnovative go to the Funnovative Kickstarter project.
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