We hear about a Wisconsin pharmacist charged with trying to ruin COVID-19 vaccines as the case heads to sentencing. Then, we learn about the challenges and successes of Florence Price, a classical composer known for numerous musical firsts as a Black woman.
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Pharmacist Awaits Sentencing After Spoiling Vaccine
A former pharmacist awaits sentencing after attempting to ruin some Moderna COVID-19 vaccines at Aurora Hospital in Grafton. We receive updates on the case from a Milwaukee Business Journal reporter.
A Highly-Noted Composer: Florence Price
A musical prodigy, Florence Price graduated from college at 19 to become a classical music composer and pianist. She won a national award in 1932 and became the first Black woman to have a composition played by a major orchestra in 1933. We discuss her life and groundbreaking accomplishments.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- L. Malik Anderson Producer
- Steven Potter Producer
- Lee Rayburn Technical Director
- Rich Kirchen Guest
- Stephanie E Elkins Guest
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