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Now displaying: March, 2022
Mar 18, 2022
Generating beauty out of pain is an incisive perception of Santa Fe’s gifted and well-loved, award-winning poet Donald Levering
Reading from his sixteenth collection Breaking Down Familiar, Donald offers KSFR listeners a first, intimate glimpse into his own family with insights that will inspire both new and seasoned writers to glance deeper into their most formative relationships.  To understand what and who made them who they are.  And who they are not.  Published by Main Street Rag Publishing.  
Mar 11, 2022

Earlier in her career Adrienne Youdim, M.D. was the medical director of the Center for Weight Loss at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.  She observed that clients’ desire to lose weight very often masked a deeper desire for something more meaningful in their lives.  For the past 15 years her private practice has revealed that many of us are hungry for more, inspiring her book Hungry for More: Stories and Science to Inspire Weight Loss from The Inside Out.   In this interview Dr. Adrienne asks you what you’re really hungry for.  Your own answer may surprise you, mine did. www.dradrienneyoudim.com 

Mar 4, 2022

When pioneering labor leader Cesar Chavez put his trust in then 15-year old Antonio Salazar-Hobson by affirming, “Antonio, We Know You,” he helped to turn around Antonio’s life. The two went on to work together for 20 years.

Kidnapped at age four, heinously abused by his abductors and trafficked for sex, Antonio’s memoir, “Antonio, We Know You” is the story of the young Chicano man’s courage, the few who advocated for him, and his journey to become a fierce legal advocate for international unions, women, and Native American tribes.

Holding on to the memory of his beloved mother, 13 siblings, and his Chicano roots and culture, how does Antonio find his family of origin and the love of his life?   An interview like no other, a book filled with love and hope against all odds.  “Antonio, We Know You” by Antonio Salazar-Hobson.  

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