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Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

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Michael Matthews, whose wife is co-producer of the movie “Justice Denied”, a movie based and inspired on his revealing the issues and impact of MST (Military Sexual Trauma) and the physical and emotional assaults that continue to violate men and women to this day. Mr Matthews will speak to his recent visit to Washington, D.C. where he met with Congressional legislators who espouse introducing legislation that they assert will give expression to the culture of 26,000 men and women last year violated by armed forces colleagues and more importantly bring notice that such conduct will not be tolerated.  Matthews unravels the issues, explains the dilemma, and reveals the best solutions during the 10 a.m. opening hour of the “featured” BlogTalk Radio show “Westchester on the Level with Narog and Aris”.

Emily Goldstein, ALIGN: The Alliance for a Greater New York spokesperson, and Tim Brown, president of the lower Hudson Valley Labor Federation join the show for the second hour, from 11 a.m. until we conclude our broadcast day at Noon. They slam the “shameful” subsidy deals for organic food distributor United Natural Foods, Inc. (UNFI) and its retail partner Whole Foods Markets. At issue is whether UNFI and Whole Foods’ reputation for valuing sustainability is warranted.

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