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On the next Another View on Health, diabetes management expert Hope S. Warshaw, author of "Eat Out, Eat Well", helps us learn to eat healthy when we're eating at a restaurant.  She will share with us the pitfalls of restaurant eating, skills and strategies for healthier restaurant eating, and gives us nutrition snapshots of the best and worst menu options for each restaurant type. Although the book was published by the American Diabetes Association specifically for those with diabetes, the lessons can be applied to all of us as we all strive for a healthier diet.  Join us for Another View on Health with co-host, cardiologist Dr. Keith Newby, Friday, May 22 at Noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us live on this blog!

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We need you!  Graca Machel, our scheduled guest for today from South Africa, is unable to be with us - so we are inviting YOU - OUR AUDIENCE - to be our guests on Another View!  We will talk about mending race relations - we want you to call in with your ideas on what individuals can do to close the racial gap in this country. Also joining us is Dr. Eric Claville, political science and history professor from Hampton University. Call 440-2665 or 1-800-940-2240 and tell us your thoughts.  Join us TODAY (May 15) at NOON on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us live at anotherviewradio.org

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Graca Simbine Machel is the widow of the first President of the Republic of South Africa, Nelson Mandela and we at Another View are honored to have her as our guest!  Ms. Machel is a powerhouse in her own right, having served as former Minister of Education and Culture of Mozambique, and in that position reduced the nation's illiteracy rate by 72%.  She is the President of the Foundation for Community Development, a non-profit organization that she founded, which gives grants to civil society organizations to strengthen communities, facilitate social and economic justice and assist in the reconstruction and development of post war Mozambique. Ms. Machel is a keynote speaker for the first ever Mandela Summer Institute held at Norfolk State University.  Join us for a fascinating conversation with Graca Machel on the next Another View, Friday, May 15 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live on this blog!

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What started as peaceful protest for justice in the death of Freddie Gray while in police custody in Baltimore, boiled over into civil unrest and forced not only Baltimoreans, but the entire nation to pay attention to the issues of our inner city neighborhoods.  Sadly the issues are nothing new - high unemployment, low education, broken family structures, food deserts, racism - pick a large urban area and you will find these problems and more.  But out of the conflict has arisen a sense of community where people have come together to affect change.  On the next Another View we will examine what happened in Baltimore and explore ways to keep the positive momentum going.  Roger Chesley, Carol Pretlow, Bill Thomas and Wil LaVeist bring real talk about Baltimore on the next Another View, Friday, May 8 at NOON on 89.5 WHRV-FM or stream us live on this blog!

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Described as the "New Negro Movement" and the "flowering of Negro literature", the Harlem Renaissance was the name of the cultural, social and artistic explosion that took place in Harlem between 1917 and 1935.  Black writers, scholars, artists, musicians, photographers and poets flocked to Harlem where they could freely express themselves.  But it was more than a literary movement...it was also a time of racial pride.  On the next Another View poets and authors Tim Seibles, Remica Bingham and Shonda Buchanan give us a history lesson on the Harlem Renaissance and share the similarities between African American artists then and today.  Join us for the next Another View, Friday, May 1 at NOON on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us live on this blog!

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