“Jail Bond Bills” are illegal In Missouri postponed
The Help KC – There Is Hope For Life In And Out Of Prison… postponed
It is very unusual when both of our guests are unable to be present for our broadcast. It is even more unsual if we don’t find out until it is time to go on air. We will try to get them both on a future broadcast. That is why we were forced to quickly find something in our archive to fill the hour. Below you have descriptions of the two archive interviews we did broadcast. First we play an interview Arlin Buyert did with Professor Brian Daldorf about his work teaching prisoners poetry and then Teresa Wilke talks with Romona Harris of A Broken Rose Organization about their work with Women and Children who are moving out of domestic violence.
Brian Daldorph, Mentoring Prison Poets
We replay an interview from June of 2018
Brian Daldorph has been involved with prison poetry programs at the Lawrence Jail and the Kansas Penitentiary at Lansing, KS. He is the Editor/Poetry Editor of Coal City Review, an Independent Literary Review published annually by the Coal City Review Press. The 2018 edition of the Coal City Review features the Poets of Lansing Prison.
Guest Host Arlin Buyert returns to talk to Brian Daldorph about his background, how he got interested in poetry, doing poetry at the jail, why he keeps doing it and what he gets out of it. He will read some poems out of the latest issue of Coal City Review too.
Website for Coal City Review – https://coalcity.org/
University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS 66045
A Broken Rose Organization for Battered Women and Children
We replay an interview from May of 2018
A Broken Rose Organization will provide a variety of resources for the women and children to help them lead a more positive and a more fulfilling life without having to deal with the many forms of abuse that comes with the act of domestic violence.
Our ultimate goal is for the women to learn, grow, and raise their children in a more positive environment until the time comes for them to establish being on their own, without needing assistance from their abusers. A Broken Rose Organization is going to work with a variety of housing organizations to assist our women and their children to be in their own home, such as HUD, Habitat for Community and so forth.
Host Teresa Wilke talks with Romona Harris of A Broken Rose Organization about their work with Women and Children who are moving out of domestic violence and what they need from our listeners to help them in their mission.
Website – http://abrokenrose.org/
Phone – 816-217-8805
Email – email@example.com