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Wed, 20 Jun 2012 11:38:42 -0400

Women’s Week continues with a discussion of Sexism/ Gender Discrimination in The Bahamas.
Assistant Professor in the School of Education at the College of the Bahamas talks about gender discrimination against women in schools and the workplace. And how this is also having a major impact on men.

Also, we talk with Civil & Structural Engineer Nick Dean about sustainable construction developments, and the use of alternative energy sources.

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Tue, 19 Jun 2012 15:44:45 -0400

The Things That Matter host, Kirk Johnson speaks with Cheesecake Heaven’s CEO, Jameel Lightbourne on Talk Your Business Tuesday live on Guardian Radio 96.9FM. Joining the conversation by telephone were Arnold Forbes, BAIC Chairman and Member of Parliament for Mount Moriah; Crestwell Farah, an adventurous Bahamian living in Cairo, Egypt and the CEO of The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce Winston Rolle.
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Tue, 19 Jun 2012 13:49:45 -0400

We talk about Monday’s BEC and BTC meltdown, which virtually paralyzed the entire country.

And we continue Women’s Week, examining issues affecting women in today’s Bahamas.

We talk about the Women’s Suffrage Movement in The Bahamas with Dr. Chris Curry – head of the History, Religion & Philosophy Department at College of The Bahamas. The movement is celebrating its 50th anniversary in this country this year.

But did it achieve all that it set out to? And has any real progress been made in the last half-century?

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Mon, 18 Jun 2012 13:47:51 -0400

We discuss the untapped potential of the “Creative Economy” in The Bahamas. Organizer of the new entity “Bahamian Soul”, Alesha Hart – a regular co-host on Morning Blend – and entertainer/ cultural historian Fred Munnings Jr. talk about enhancing public understanding of how the arts contribute to the vitality of communities.
Also, we get all the details about the Dance Theatre of Harlem’s week of special performances and workshops in The Bahamas. It’s part of the group’s Caribbean Tour beginning Monday, June 18.

Be sure to follow us on twitter @MorningBlend969 and check out out Guardian Radio 96.9 FM Facebook page. Also contact us via email at morningblend@nasguard.com