“Black Panther”– Positive Pixels for Black Youth – 2.17.18

Ellen DanielsAOS, Art, Charlottesville, RACE, WPVC

We discussed the blockbuster “Black Panther” with Valerie Adams-Bass, Ph.D., whose research examines the media influences on Black children and adolescents.

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Valerie Adams-Bass is Assistant Professor of Education at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education, and a faculty affiliate with Youth-Nex, The Center to Promote Effective Youth Development.… Read More

‘Whistle Words’ is Extraordinary; Plus ‘A Stand Up’ Gal — 1.27.18

Ellen DanielsAOS, Charlottesville, Talk, WPVC

Our guests were Charlotte Matthews and Betsy Cox — accomplished women, who ventured beyond the scope of their careers to create something extraordinary. Matthews is an author of exquisite poetry and Cox is an Emmy-winning filmmaker — together they’ve created a multimedia project, Whistle Words, using poetry, film, & the internet, to help women impacted by cancer.Read More

Empowering Refugee Entrepreneurs; An Affable Writer’s Tale — 12.23.17

adminAOS, Charlottesville, Talk, WPVC

Ellen Daniels and Nancy Laurence cap the end of 2017 with a live re-broadcast of their show with Christine Mahoney PhD, Prof. of Public Policy and Politics & Founder of the Alight Fund, on investing in refugees to affect positive change; and Phil Jason, a grad student in UVA’s Creative Writing Program and winner of the prestigious Henfield Prize, whose unique personal story empowered him to publish not perish.Read More