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Serving openly as a transgender member of the military is just the latest development in the fight for gay rights. Their personal stories are compiled in a new book entitled, "With Honor and Dignity: Transgender Troops in their Own Words". Host Don Rush talks with with one of the editors Bree Fram about their experience.

Then, Rush looks at the changing images of Black women in America with Tamara Winfrey Harris, author of "The Sisters are Alright: Changing the Broken Narrative of Black Women in America".

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With the nation's demographic change and the debate over racial issues white nationalism has become more visible and more acceptable in some quarters. Salisbury University Emeritus Professor Michael O'Loughlin ponders how deep that movement goes.

Implications of of New Omicron Variant

Dec 2, 2021
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The omicron variant of COVID 19 has been found in the United States. And, scientists are scrambling to see if the current vaccines will withstand the virus. Delmarva Public Media's Don Rush talked with Dr. James Trumble, vice president of clinical integration at TidalHealth Peninsual Regional in Salisbury, about what we know so far.

MD Comptroller Expects Strong Holiday Sales

Dec 1, 2021
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Expectations are high for strong retail sales this holiday season after over a year of the COVID 19 pandemic. Delmarva Public Media's Don Rush talked with Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot who says he expects the state to rebound next year.

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Today is Giving Tuesday and non-profit organizations around the country are seeking help. One of those is the American Red Cross which says it is experiencing a lower than usual infusion of blood donations. Delmarva Public Media's Don Rush talked with the organization's President and CEO Gail McGovern about the impact of the pandemic on the blood supply.

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