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NRA Presser Protestor Medea Benjamin
December 22, 2012 02:28 PM PST
Wayne LaPierre of the National Rifle Association held a press conference on Friday and responded to the tragic shootings in Newtown, Connecticut. After suggesting all schools be armed with weapons, the press conference was interrupted by two protestors. One protestor was Medea Benjamin. Listen as Chris gets an inside account of what happened at the press conference. What was she thinking when she interrupted Wayne LaPierre? What happens to protestors after they are taken away? Was she frightened? Listen as Chris gets the answers on UnWrapped.Is the safety of our food at greater risk then ever before?
June 24, 2011 11:36 AM PDT
Genetically altered foods, pesticides, lenient regulations on food imported from other countries, and food recalls. What is actually going on with our food? Do we even really know what we are eating? Do you know what genetically altered food is? Why do scientists alter food? 75% of all Tilapia consumed in the United States comes from China. Did you know that 90% of all Vitamin C supplements and 90% of all Apple juice comes from China? Have food regulations been able to keep up with the exponential growth and exporting of good out of China? Chris UnWraps these answers and more with Patty Lovera, the Assistant Director of the Food and Water Advocacy group on UnWrapped. Listen in and hear the surprising information.Are the ultra rich paying a fair share? Find out what a millionaire thinks!
August 17, 2011 01:47 PM PDT
Warren Buffett recently said that the rich are "coddled". Do you agree? Chris talks to millionaire Dal Lamagna to get some answers. Lamagna is the Co-Managing partner of "Ice Sone" in Brooklyn, New York and shares his story of how he earned his millions and now has 'more money than he could ever spend'. What advice does he share about becoming wealthy in the present economy?Listen to UnWrapped and get the answer!Alelia Bundles Part 1
June 07, 2011 07:35 PM PDT
Chris talks to the Great Great Granddaughter of Madame CJ Walker and the namesake and Great Granddaughter of famed Harlem Renaissance figure Alelia Walker. Bundles has researched her family and discovered stories of inspiration that will inspire and encourage women all over the world. She is the author of the book "On Her Own Ground: The Life and times of Madame C.J. Walker". Bundles reveals common misconceptions about the life of Madame C.J. Walker and shares the one thing she is most proud about her Great-Great Grandmother. Listen to Chris as he has a conversation with Alelia Bundles and find out things you never knew about this historical icon.Bernestine Singley's words of wisdom
April 25, 2012 11:54 AM PDT
The Women of Wonder Series continues with Bernestine Singley. Bernestine is an attorney, author, lecturer, and a Civil Rights Warrior. She is a student of the generational great mind Derek Bell and has been on the front lines in numbers of legal and cultural battles. What has she learned throughout the years? Are there things she would do differently? What are her words of wisdom for the next generation of Civil Rights Activists? You don't want to miss what she has to share. Listen as Chris unwraps the details.Dick Gregory shares the secrets of good health
September 21, 2011 11:48 PM PDT
Chris talk to the legendary Dick Gregory about how we can all stay healthy. How does he do it? What tips does he share for us to maintain good health? Listen as Chris unwraps the details with the historical icon Dick Gregory.After theTroy Davis execution: What now? Troy's sister speaks
October 05, 2011 03:16 PM PDT
Chris talks exclusively to Martina Correia. The sister of the recently executed Troy Davis. How is the family? How is her health? What were the last hours like for Troy? What were Troy's last words to the family? What does the family want us to do now? Hear Chris as he unwraps the details with Martina Correia.She's 105 years young and still giving advice!
June 16, 2011 01:36 PM PDT
Chris talks to historical educator Dorothy Ingrahm. Ms. Inghram has written four books on education: Children Live What They Learn, Dear Meg, Improving the Services of Substitute Teachers and I Can't Sleep. She is currently writing a fifth volume. Ms. Inghram is a beloved figure for thousands of former students and others in the San Bernardino area. At age 105, she is well beyond a century of devotion to our communities and children. Dorothy talks to Chris about education and advises our generation on how to succeed. Listen as Chris UnWraps Dorothy's wisdom as she shares it with everyone.
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