In this episode of Getting To The Root, Julia sat down with Hadas Hayun who works for Hofstra University’s Hillel and Sydney Korman who works for Open Hillel. She discusses the importance of Jewish activism in various organizations. She also talks about the role activism plays in Jewish Identity and what the term “Anti-Semitism” means.
Hofstra Audio Magazine, or H.A.M. , is your destination to find out the goings-on around Hofstra University. In this first episode Required Radio’s own Julia Berk sits down with Last Great Kings frontman and Hofstra student Tommy O’Connor to talk about his band, Pat Viala, a 5-time Grammy Award winning producer, speaks to H.A.M. about teaching music production classes at Hofstra, and Gina Santillo discusses the realities of relying on music licensing for radio shows. For more, keep it locked into Required Radio at requiredradio.com and listen to us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify.
On this episode of Getting To The Root Nailah Andre investigates New York City Mayor Bill deBlasio’s plan to close the third biggest jail in America Rikers Island.
Originally aired on 12/11/18
Musicians featured in this episode:
Ryan Little “West Coast” – https://soundcloud.com/iamryanlittle/west-coast
Broke For Free “As Colorful As Ever” – http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/Layers/As_Colorful_As_Ever
Safir Nou “Land-escape” – http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Safir_Nu/Groundless/Safir_Nou_-_Groundless_-_05_Land-escape
This week, the producers sit down for an exclusive interview with controversial Puerto Rican independence activist Oscar López Rivera. During the discussion, Rivera talks about his commutation under President Obama, Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s infrastructure, and more. For every other episode of Getting to the Root, check out their show page here.
Originally aired on WRHU-FM on 11/13/2018.
Series episode #18.
Music featured in this piece:
Ryan Little: “West Coast” – https://soundcloud.com/iamryanlittle
In our post-Thanksgiving episode of 2017, Ben Abrams interviews Eli Cane, co-creator and producer of the film “On A Knife Edge”, the coming-of-age tale of a young Native American activist.
Reporter Tommy O’Connor then explores local farming and food insecurity on Long Island.
Originally aired on 11/28/17 on WRHU-FM.
In our sophomore episode, Nailah Andre explores a Long Island writing program tailored for formerly incarcerated women, and faculty contributor Mario A. Murillo explores the effects of the recent Colombian peace deal on the country’s coca growers.
Originally aired on 11/21/17 on WRHU-FM.
On the inaugural episode of Getting To The Root, Ben Abrams speaks with community journalists and explores a quirky new idea for space exploration. Nailah Andre sits down with Raquel Willis to talk about issues facing the transgender community under the shadow of the Trump administration. For more keep it locked in to Required Radio at requiredradio.com. Also if you have any content submissions, please use the Content Submissions tab.
Originally aired on 11/14/17 on WRHU-FM.
Welcome to the first episode of Ben Abrams’ new show: This Show is Full of Hot Air! This show is your one-stop-shop for all things weird in the world of space exploration!
In this episode, Ben discusses an interesting new project being theorized by NASA: 3D printing a moon colony.
Jasmine Jones is here with the second episode of Political Youth; your one-stop destination for the millennial view on American Politics. This episode is about women and how society along with politicians view women as a whole. For more keep it locked into Required Radio at requiredradio.com.
Jasmine Jones is here with Political Youth. The goal of this show is to talk about political issues as well as how the younger demographic thinks about them. This episode is targeting the 2016 Presidential Election and how it has crossed the boundaries from being a serious political race to reality television. For more keep it locked into Required Radio at requiredradio.com.