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Our first topic was Sex and Reproductive Justice, just in time for the SisterSong conference, Let’s Talk About Sex! in Miami this week. We had on the air, Miami’s own Jersey Garcia from MI LOLA, and Stephanie Alvarado from the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health.  If you are in Miami you should check out the conference.  They were followed with a convo on bikes.  It wasn’t your everyday bike talk.  We heard the following two minute intro from our producer, Mara Leventhal:

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And that was followed by words from Leah Weston of Emerge Miami, Roger Horne of Youth Bike, and David Henderson of Miami-Dade Metro Planning.  If you think that biking in the city is just about hipsters and fitness junkies, then you need to listen to this show.

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Wednesday, July 13 @ 7 p.m. EST
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Get your mind out the gutter and your ears to the radio!  Sex talk doesn’t have to be dirty talk.  In fact, in this day and age it has to be real talk.  That’s why SisterSong is holding their national conference, Let’s Talk About Sex! in Miami this week. It will be the place to talk about sex and what is has to do with politics, health, power, and human rights.  Do you think Sex is a Human Right? The folks at SisterSong, MI LOLA, and the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health do, and they are gonna be on the show to tell us why.  Don’t miss the show, and don’t miss the conference.

And then…

Bikes in the city, any city (even Miami) aren’t just for hipsters, messengers, tree huggers, and unnecessarily ripped fitness junkies.  In fact, for a lot of folks, they are the only way to get around. But for a city known more for bad drivers, biking can be a dangerous way to get from point A to point B.  The folks from Emerge Miami, Youth Bike, and Miami-Dade Metro Planning think that making cities like Miami bike friendly should be a bigger priority that most people realize. Tune in and find out why.

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Wednesday, July 13 @ 7 p.m. EST
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