Podcasts from April 2015

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The Art of Diplomacy

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Winston Churchill’s great-grandson, Duncan Sandys, and National Monuments Foundation president Rodney Mims Cook, Jr. talk about the art of Winston Churchill. Their talk opened the Jepson Center exhibit “The Art of Diplomacy,” a partnership between Telfair Museums, Georgia Historical Society and Millennium Gate Museum.

Organic Farmer Keeps Family Tradition Alive

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Helen Fields of Joseph Fields Farm talks about becoming organic, getting up early and the business of family farms. She sells vegetables at the Forsyth Park Farmer’s Market. She’s part of the Southeastern Organization of African-American Farmers.

Telling Stories In Sisterly Harmonies

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Kourtney and Kyrsten Roseman talk about their band, The Rosies. They just released a new album, Efflorescence. On it, they harmonize like only sisters can. They talk about their family and personal struggles using country, Americana and pop styles.

Activist Keeps The Public In Public Meetings

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Political gadfly Ivan Cohen talks about his presence at school board, city council, county commission and library board meetings. For decades, he’s often been just one of a handful of people who bother to show up for public meetings. He talks about his early inspirations and political activities.