Delmarva Today 02-14-2020
We look at historically black colleges and universities as they sue the State of Maryland for financial compensation for alleged discrimination. In the seconf half, Maryland lawmakers get schooled on suicide prevention.
Delmarva Today 02-07-2020
Local reaction to President Trump's 2020 State of the Union Address, his acquittal in the Senate, and the results of the Iowa Cacuses. Guests: Guests: Jeremy Venook with the Center for American Progress Dr. John Bartkovitch Michael O'Loughlin, Professors of Politcal Science at Salisbury University Barrie Tilghman, former Mayor of Salisbury
Delmarva Today: Writer's Edition #77
We are truly in the midst of a great global cultural revolution that has an impact on everyone. It is called variously “the digital revolution” or “the information age.” What is the impact of today’s digital technology that offers us such great benefits and on the other hand, such dire threats? Wilson’s guests on Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition are Don Rush, Adam Wood, and Randall Cone. Don Rush is Associate Program Director- Sr. Producer News and Public Affairs; at Delmarva Public Radio; Adam
Delmarva Today 01-10-2020
A look at the confrontation between the United States and the death of Iranian Leader Soleimani with Muqtedar Khan, author and professor for Political Science and International Relations at the University of Delaware and Jacques Koko , Associate Professor with Conflict Analysis and Dispute Resolution Department at Salisbury Univeristy.
Delmarva Today 01-17-2020
Following Salisbury University's Women and Money Conference , we take a look at the wage gap and the challenges women face regarding money. Guests: Jessica Eisenmann, financial advisor at Edward Jones Annette Johnson, women’s leadership coach and author with Salisbury University’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion Mary Angela Baker, director of Salisbury University’s Center for Extended and Lifelong Learning
Delmarva Today 01-02-2020
In the first half, we take a look at the new murals recently painted around Salisbury. In the second half, we look at the possible ending to the Afghanistan war. Guests: Salisbury Mayor Jake Day Artists Brandon Bell and Desirea Martin Anthony Cordesman, with the Center for Strategic and International Studies