Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Mayor Bill Peduto about a variety of topics, including the impacts of COVID-19 on Pittsburgh and the quality of life for Black Pittsburgh residents.

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Pittsburgh Jazz Festival Part 3Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Janis Burley Wilson of the August Wilson African American Cultural Center about the Pittsburgh Jazz Festival returning this week after being postponed last year due to COVID-19.
Pittsburgh Jazz Festival Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Janis Burley Wilson of the August Wilson African American Cultural Center about the Pittsburgh Jazz Festival returning this week after being postponed last year due to COVID-19.
Pittsburgh Jazz Festival Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Janis Burley Wilson of the August Wilson African American Cultural Center about the Pittsburgh Jazz Festival returning this week after being postponed last year due to COVID-19.
Infinite Scholars Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Melvin Steals about Infinite Scholars and an upcoming event being held this month.
Mural In Oakland Advocates For Ending Gun ViolenceLynne Hayes Freeland spoke with international artist Kyle Holbrook about how his new art in Oakland advocates against gun violence and his personal connection to the piece.
Infinite Scholars Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Melvin Steals about Infinite Scholars and an upcoming event being held this month.
COVID-19 And Vaccine Hesitancy Persists Part 3Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Dr. Rhonda Moore Johnson, an independent healthcare consultant, about the state of COVID-19 and the rate of vaccinations.
COVID-19 And Vaccine Hesitancy Persists Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Dr. Rhonda Moore Johnson, an independent healthcare consultant, about the state of COVID-19 and the rate of vaccinations.
COVID-19 And Vaccine Hesitancy Persists Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Dr. Rhonda Moore Johnson, an independent healthcare consultant, about the state of COVID-19 and the rate of vaccinations.
Black Philanthropy Month Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Mark Lewis with the Poise Foundation about Black Philanthropy Month.
Black Philanthropy Month Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Mark Lewis with the Poise Foundation about Black Philanthropy Month.
Local Group Providing Resources For Children Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Amber Sloan with #MadeIt about an upcoming community event to make sure children are set up for success this school year.
Local Group Providing Resources For Children Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Amber Sloan with #MadeIt about an upcoming community event to make sure children are set up for success this school year.
A+X Puzzles Makes It To Target Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Amanda Wilson who is now selling her product A+X Puzzles at Target.
A+X Puzzles Makes It To Target Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Amanda Wilson who is now selling her product A+X Puzzles at Target.
Celebrating Health And Wellness Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Rep. Jake Wheatley about an upcoming event, "Health and Wellness Weekend."
Celebrating Health And Wellness Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Rep. Jake Wheatley about an upcoming event, "Health and Wellness Weekend."
Discussing 'The State Of Black Learning' Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with K. Chase Patterson, the CEO of Urban Academy Charter School, about an upcoming event that will celebrate Black students, educators and more.
Homewood Community Health And Wellness Summit Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Rashad Byrdsong with the Community Empowerment Association about an upcoming health and wellness summit focusing on the health needs of the Black community.
Discussing 'The State Of Black Learning' Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with K. Chase Patterson, the CEO of Urban Academy Charter School, about an upcoming event that will celebrate Black students, educators and more.
Homewood Community Health And Wellness Summit Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Rashad Byrdsong with the Community Empowerment Association about an upcoming health and wellness summit focusing on the health needs of the Black community.
Examining Rise In Young People's Involvement In Local Violence Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Assistant Professor of Public Health Practice Richard Garland about the factors that are contributing to a rise in violence among youth in Pittsburgh.
New Study Shows Disparities In Distribution Of Life-Saving MedicationLynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Dr. Utibe Essien with the University of Pittsburgh's Medical School about how research has revealed Black patients, Hispanic patients, Native American patients and Alaskan Native patients were less likely to get newer blood-thinner medications.
Examining Rise In Young People's Involvement In Local Violence Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Assistant Professor of Public Health Practice Richard Garland about the factors that are contributing to a rise in violence among youth in Pittsburgh.

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