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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.

May 26, 2016

Elizabeth Burke Bryant, Executive Director of Rhode Island’s Kid’s Count, discusses her organizations efforts to compile information that details how local young people are faring in a number of areas. Emphasis is placed on factors that both challenge and support kids.

May 21, 2016

Dr. Raymond Mis continues his discussion concerning how he has resumed working despite significant loss of hearing and sight. This Podcast explores how he is attempting to help the community through humanitarian efforts.

May 18, 2016

Dr. Raymond Mis, a Gastroenterologist at Kent Hospital, shares how he has overcome hearing and sight impairments to continue practicing medicine. Special emphasis is placed on how his spiritual beliefs and family have supported him along the way.

May 13, 2016

Dr. Ehsun Mirza returns to Mulling It Over to discuss Abraham’s Tent and how this initiative is a start towards greater understanding. Special emphasis is placed on the commonality people have as well as a call to embrace the talents of all Americans.

May 9, 2016

Steve Branch, the East Greenwich High School Resource Officer, shares his many years of experience dealing with underage drinking and highway fatalities due to alcohol. Special emphasis is placed on helping young people and their parents to avoid situations that could lead to harm.