In this episode, Amy discusses the impact of VAWA with a survivor and an advocate from Kentucky.
An update to our first episode with information on VAWA and what a person can do if they are quarantined in this crisis with an abusive spouse or partner.
In this episode, Amy talks to the mayor of a Kentucky town about her community’s response to COVID-19 and to a Commonwealth, Common Health volunteer who recently delivered distilled water to an eldery couple for their respiratory machine.
Amy talks with two families facing hardships due to skyrocketing medical and prescription drug costs.
In this episode, we highlight the impact the coronavirus is having on food banks and the people they serve. Plus an update on our Commonwealth, Common Health program.
In this episode, we hear two women’s stories about military life and how the coronavirus is affecting their day-to-day lives.
In this episode, we speak to the organizer of the KY Shines #TeamKentucky Virtual Half Marathon about why it’s important to stay active during the coronavirus pandemic.
In this episode, we speak to Dr. Kimberly Luse about the effects addiction can have on families and communities. And former NBA player and UK alum Rex Chapman details his road to recovery.
As the battle against COVID-19 continues, Governor Beshear is looking toward reopening Kentucky in the safest possible way - which leaves the question, what happens next? This week try to answer this question and more with three Kentuckians and health care professionals.
Gov. Andy Beshear’s win last November can be partially attributed to the army of teachers behind him. Funding our schools and taking care of teachers are central parts of this campaign too.
A long road to economic recovery is ahead of us. This episode, we attempt to answer, “What’s Next?” for Kentucky. What will a post-COVID economy look like? And how do we prevent this from happening again?
The mass demonstrations against police violence and racism have highlighted the need for fundamental change in our country and a new generation of leaders to step up and listen.
In this episode, Maj. Gen. Charles Bolden reflects on leading in times of unpredictability, facing discrimination in his earliest days at the Naval Academy, and what this moment in history means for our country’s movement toward racial justice.
In this episode, Colonel Stevenson reveals how life in the Air Force prepared her for her role in Kentucky's Legislature, why it’s so important to provide health care for all Kentuckians and her favorite place for takeout in Louisville (hint: it’s BBQ!).