Journaling For Personal Development, New Interim Agriculture Secretary Priorities, Teaching About Racism In College

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We discuss some of the benefits of journaling, as well as ideas for how to get better at it. Then we talk with the state’s new interim agriculture secretary about his priorities for the coming year. And we’re joined by a college professor who teaches us — about teaching about racism.

Featured in this Show

  • A Guide to Keeping a Journal

    Keeping a journal can be one way to find clarity in your thoughts and in your life, or it could simply be a way of keeping track of the events of your life. We talk about what to think about writing down and how writing more could benefit you with a therapist.

  • Interim DATCP Secretary Shares Priorities For Farming, Trade Markets

    Last November, Senate Republicans voted not to confirm the head of the state Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection. Now, the interim secretary joins us to talk about what his priorities are for the year ahead.

  • Learning About Racism In The College Classroom

    We talk with a college professor who’s documented the challenges, solutions and significance around formal teaching about race and racism.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Natalie Guyette Producer
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • F. Diane Barth Guest
  • Randy Romanski Guest
  • Cyndi Kernahan Guest

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