11:28am Feb 21, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Scott Jones, the chair of Tiny Houses Greensboro, discusses how Tiny Houses supports people experiencing homelessness with Radio Camper Sabrina Campbell.
11:19am Feb 21, 2017Education Education
Radio Camper Roshan Sundaram speaks with Angel Guerrero about child empowerment and male involvement in public schools.
11:08am Feb 21, 2017Politics & Government Politics & Government
Lori Khamala is the Director of the North Carolina Immigrant Rights Program for the American Friends Service Committee in Greensboro.
10:56am Feb 21, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication at North Carolina A&T University, Dr.
11:30am Feb 16, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Linda Kinney works in the education division of the North Carolina Zoo and sits down with Radio Camper, Jude Grayer, about her job and the outdoors.
11:22am Feb 16, 2017Science Science
Shalynn Slozer talks to Radio Camper, Jessi Denny, about empowering young women to enter the field of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
2:35pm Feb 10, 2017Arts Arts
Jeff Beck, owner of Greensboro's Urban Grinders Art and Coffeehouse and the co-founder of No Blank Walls, discusses his love for murals with Radio Camper Adesuwa Igbinigie
2:23pm Feb 10, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Radio Camper Daniel Kaplan talks to James Brown, a beekeeper who serves as the President of the Guilford County Beekeepers about the value of the honeybee.
2:00pm Feb 10, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Radio Camper Charlie Jennings sits down with Jodi Wiley Neely, the Animal Management Supervisor at the North Carolina Zoo.
1:51pm Feb 10, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Toni Etheridge discusses her work leading the American Friends Service Committee's Peace and Economic Justice program with Radio Camper Andy Ritchie.
1:45pm Feb 10, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
John Jones talks to Radio Camper, Ananya Ramesh, about the Renaissance Community Co-op, the grocery store created for the community.
11:29am Feb 09, 2017Environment Environment
Will Scott works to protect and improve the Yadkin River and explains his duties to Radio Camper Alex Martin.
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