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Featuring surprising, inspiring, eye-opening true stories about life in Tyler and East Texas.

Out of the Loop The Tyler Loop

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Featuring surprising, inspiring, eye-opening true stories about life in Tyler and East Texas.

    Song: "Who Deserves to Be Here?"

    Song: "Who Deserves to Be Here?"

    At the June 17th second annual vigil for lynching victims, presented by We Remember Tyler, songwriter Paul Haygood, along with Karesa Cooper and Demetrick Tezino perform "Who Deserves to Be Here?" The song names some of the Black victims lynched by mobs in the Tyler area from 1857-1928.
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    • 4 min
    Rylie Bay, Out of the Loop Podcast

    Rylie Bay, Out of the Loop Podcast

    In the last episode of the focus on the social work program at the University of Texas at Tyler, The Tyler Loop interviews social work student Rylie Bay.
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    • 7 min
    The Tyler Loop Interview with Cheyenne Lortz of UT Tyler Social Work

    The Tyler Loop Interview with Cheyenne Lortz of UT Tyler Social Work

    In this episode, Cheyenne Lortz of the University of Texas at Tyler's first School of Social Work class talks to The Tyler Loop about the city's important social programs making a difference for people experiencing homelessness.


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    The Tyler Loop interview with Alex White of UT Tyler's Social Work Club

    The Tyler Loop interview with Alex White of UT Tyler's Social Work Club

    In this episode, The Tyler Loop's Jane Neal talks to the Social Work Club president-elect Alex White about what they have learned about East Texas' social needs and their dreams for its future.
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    • 10 min
    The Tyler Loop Interview with Jim Nipp of the Children's Advocacy Center of Smith County

    The Tyler Loop Interview with Jim Nipp of the Children's Advocacy Center of Smith County

    The Tyler Loop director Jane Neal sits down with Jim Nipp, President at The Genesis Group, who talks about the importance of being a servant to the community. In this interview, Jim focuses on the work of the Children's Advocacy Center of Smith County.
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    • 15 min
    Gloria Mays Washington of the Texas African American Museum

    Gloria Mays Washington of the Texas African American Museum

    In this special mini-season featuring four must-know powerhouse Tyler non-profits, The Tyler Loop executive director Jane Neal sits down with Gloria Mays Washington of the Texas African American Museum.
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    • 18 min

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