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Each week I interview guests who delve into a myriad of substance abuse, mental health and social justice concerns. Hear some provocative discussions that will hopefully provide an impetus for change and better understanding.

Jul 21, 2016

Henri Arts continues his discussion concerning living in Amsterdam during Nazi occupation. Special emphasis is placed on events leading to the war’s end as well as creating a new life.


Jul 13, 2016

Henri Arts, ‘Opa’, as he eventually came to be known, discusses his childhood in Amsterdam and how the world changed when the Nazi’s occupied the city.


Mar 12, 2016

Jennifer Wall, Network Coordinator of Tobacco Free Rhode Island, discusses the latest trends in tobacco use and what is being done to curtail them.


Feb 1, 2016

Roger Williams, an early advocate for the separation of church and state, continues to explain how Rhode Island became a refuge for those seeking religious freedom. Williams also discusses his attempts to engage the Indigenous Peoples. Thanks again for the support of John J. McNiff from the National Park Service.


Jan 26, 2016

Roger Williams travels nearly 400 years from the past to explain how, and why , he helped to create a new colony based on religious freedom. Special thanks to John J. McNiff representing the National Park Service from the US Department of the Interior.