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    • 4.2 • 15 Ratings

Podcast by Pegasus Institute

    Honoring Dads and Celebrating Families

    Honoring Dads and Celebrating Families

    Father's Day offers us an opportunity to thank our dads, or all dads, for the sacrifices they make for us. Parenting, and often thankless job, is critically important to the development and outcomes of so many children. On today's podcast, we talk through why America needs Dads more than ever and how a strong male role model and fix so many lives.

    • 46 min
    Hands on Achievement: Massachusetts's National Model Vocational-Technical Schools

    Hands on Achievement: Massachusetts's National Model Vocational-Technical Schools

    K-12 education, when done best, is hardly a one size fits all approach. For some students, that success comes in the form of a vocational school. For many years now, Massachusetts has been a model for how to start and operate incredibly successful vocational schools. Now, a new book from Pioneer Institute examines their success and how we can bring that every state. Join us for today's podcast as Jamie Gass and Chris Sinacola talk through the new book and why it matters to a state like Kentucky. Listen now!

    • 49 min
    VOICES: Episode 5 - Fostering a New Brand of Louisville Leaders

    VOICES: Episode 5 - Fostering a New Brand of Louisville Leaders

    Dexter Horne is young progressive who hopes to usher in a new era of leadership in Louisville. He has his own ideas on fixing many of the cities problems, but importantly he is committed to making sure more people and more of our cities leaders engaged. Active, in making sure the next generation sees a better Louisville. Dexter brings a strong brand of progressive ideas to the next generation through much of his work - while remaining optimistic about our institutions and their ability to adapt. Join us today for our latest episode of the Voices Podcast with special guest Dexter Horne!

    • 42 min
    Carjackings Increase in Louisville as Record Breaking Violence Continues

    Carjackings Increase in Louisville as Record Breaking Violence Continues

    Just a decade ago, the city of Louisville found itself ranked among the safest cities in the country. Unfortunately, since 2015, skyrocketing rates of homicides and shootings have put Louisville in the wrong group of cities. Now, violent crime rates put us with infamous cities like Detroit, Chicago and Baltimore. Now, a spike in carjackings adds another violent crime to Louisville's trend. On today's podcast we talk through the latest crime to trend upwards in our city, and what leaders can do to combat these dangerous trends.

    • 45 min
    VOICES: Episode 4 - The Path In and Out of Addiction (Part II)

    VOICES: Episode 4 - The Path In and Out of Addiction (Part II)

    VOICES: Episode 4 - The Path In and Out of Addiction (Part II) by Pegasus Institute

    • 26 min
    VOICES: Episode 4 - The Path In and Out of Addiction (Part I)

    VOICES: Episode 4 - The Path In and Out of Addiction (Part I)

    Daniel Hockersmith knows all too well what addiction can do you, your family, and your relationships. Sober for 17 years, he spends nearly every day on a journey to repair his life. But his mission now is much different than it was years ago. He hopes to heal, to help others and keep kids away from the lifestyle he abused. Caught up in drugs and crime early in his life, Daniel takes us through the lessons he learned and how we can help those struggling with addiction. Check out Part I of our 2 part conversation with Daniel here.

    • 32 min

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15 Ratings

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Provides an excellent view of current events in the Louisville area and the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Not only do the hosts discuss issues but they provide supporting information.

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