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Now Hear This is a conversation with leaders in Indianapolis that are working to improve the lives of Hoosiers. Our goal is to empower you to join in their work and make a difference while informing you about the unseen aspects of life in Indiana. Now Hear This airs weekends on Q95, Fox Sports 1260AM, Alt 103.3, Real 98.3 and iHeart Radio stations in Indianapolis as an effort to share the work of local nonprofits with listeners. Contact us: nowhearthisindy@iheartmedia.com
Now Hear This is composed of 1-2 interviews and is a 30-minute show with the following air times:

Fox Sports 1260 AM – Saturday @ 7am

Q95 – Sunday @ 7am

ALT 103.3 – Sunday @ 7am

Real 98.3 – Sunday @ 7am

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Now Hear This is a conversation with leaders in Indianapolis that are working to improve the lives of Hoosiers. Our goal is to empower you to join in their work and make a difference while informing you about the unseen aspects of life in Indiana. Now Hear This airs weekends on Q95, Fox Sports 1260AM, Alt 103.3, Real 98.3 and iHeart Radio stations in Indianapolis as an effort to share the work of local nonprofits with listeners. Contact us: nowhearthisindy@iheartmedia.com
Now Hear This is composed of 1-2 interviews and is a 30-minute show with the following air times:

Fox Sports 1260 AM – Saturday @ 7am

Q95 – Sunday @ 7am

ALT 103.3 – Sunday @ 7am

Real 98.3 – Sunday @ 7am

    Tajuana Ryder of Versiti on A Seat at the Table

    Tajuana Ryder of Versiti on A Seat at the Table

    Dr. Tajuana Ryder of Versiti Blood Centers joins us to discuss their program "A Seat at the Table," a program dedicated to bringing awareness to sickle cell disease, organ donation, and healthcare disparities facing African Americans. Learn more at Versiti.org.

    • 29 min
    Denise Soltis, Executive Director of the Umoja Partnership

    Denise Soltis, Executive Director of the Umoja Partnership

    Umoja Partnership is a partnership of many faiths, from different cultures, on two continents, united in our service to change lives by keeping children in school. In Chulaimbo, Kenya, at least 20% of the school-aged children have lost one or both parents to HIV/AIDS and other diseases. The Umoja Project has developed a compassionate and comprehensive network of care to respond to the needs of these children, ensuring that they stay in school and perform to the best of their ability. Congregations, schools and families from Indiana and the Chulaimbo region of western Kenya are responding to the needs of Chulaimbo’s vulnerable children. Through our shared efforts, a new generation of community leaders is emerging. Visit their website here http://theumojapartnership.org/.

    • 15 min
    Serving Our Troops with Mike Hanlon of the USO

    Serving Our Troops with Mike Hanlon of the USO

    Mike Hanlon is the Executive Director of the USO Indiana. USO Indiana strengthens America’s military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation. Visit their website at https://indiana.uso.org/.

    • 15 min
    Barb Mohr of the Assistance League of Indianapolis

    Barb Mohr of the Assistance League of Indianapolis

    Assistance League volunteers transforming lives of children and adults through community programs like ​​ALI Bears, ALI Friends, Assault Survivor Kits, and Operation School Bell. Visit their website at https://www.alindy.org/.

    • 31 min
    Laura Berry of the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence

    Laura Berry of the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence

    Laura Berry, Executive Director of the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, joins us to share the toll of the pandemic on women and men suffering from domestic violence. Visit their website here - https://icadvinc.org/

    • 15 min
    The Harrison Center for the City - The Power of Art with Joanna Taft

    The Harrison Center for the City - The Power of Art with Joanna Taft

    Joanna Taft of the Harrison Center joins us. The Harrison Center is a community-based, nonprofit arts organization that seeks to be a catalyst for renewal in the city of Indianapolis. Founded in 2001, the organization’s work is two-fold. The Harrison Center for the Arts is home to 36 artist studios and five galleries with programming that is designed to foster the creation of new art, build community among artists and emerging art patrons, create new partnerships, and provide a forum for public conversations between artists and the community. The Harrison Center for the City seeks to connect people to culture, community, and place to strengthen Indianapolis’s core urban neighborhoods. Visit their website here - https://www.harrisoncenter.org/

    • 14 min

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