Nekeisha Alayna Alexis, the intercultural competence and undoing racism coordinator at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, talks with host Sheila Selman about facing and understanding racism and how healing can begin.

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Leslie Weirich's son, Austin, killed himself in 2016. Since 2018, she has been speaking about suicide and telling Austin's story to youth throughout northern Indiana. In May, she founded ClearlyHope.org and recently added a website of the same name. She chats with host Sheila Selman about he…

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Richard Aguirre, Community Impact Coordinator for Goshen College and co-coordinator of the Elkhart County Latino Pandemic Initiative, and Liliana Quintero, executive director of the Northern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition talk about COVID-19 in the Latino community and the initiative's ed…

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What's the new normal? Elkhart County Emergency Management Agency Director Jen Tobey explains. Plus she talks about "The Annex," a secret location until recently. And she answers a few questions we've received from readers.

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Digital Hill President and Goshen News columnist Mike Gingerich gives advice on keeping home offices cybersecure, plus making the transition back to the work office. We are still working remotely, so this episode was recorded through Zoom.

Lacasa Inc.'s President and CEO Chris Kingsley talks about the 50th anniversary of Lacasa, its beginnings, path and future during this week's podcast. This year also marks the 30th anniversary of Help-A-House. NOTE: This podcast was made before stay-at-home orders were issued, so celebratory…

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Goshen Hospital Chief Medical Officer and infectious disease specialist Dr. Daniel Nafziger talks about how Goshen Hospital's staff is dealing with the coronavirus. Plus he talks about the need for social distancing and wearing masks. Editor's note: We are still working remotely and using Zo…

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The future of downtown Goshen, the growth of the city's industrial parks, diversity in industry and a lack of housing are discussed with Goshen Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Nick Kieffer in this week's podcast.

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