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How we can ALL help guide dog owners social distance

As we all learn to social distance, it is important for those of us who are sighted to help people with guide dogs know we are there and help keep a safe distance. The Seeing Eye , one of 90 accredited guide dog schools in the nation, has updated their 5 Tips to reflect new social distancing norms.

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This week's PODCASTS

This month we'll hear from Maggie Hart from the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs, and attorney Jim Beerman of Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP who advocated in conjunction with the Mountain State Council of the Blind in West Virginia and the American Council of the Blind to ensure equal access to absentee voting for people with disabilities.

Reviews: Mystery & Suspense; Interview: Narrator Cynthia Farrell

These days, we certainly are hearing a lot of news about the Covid-19 pandemic. This program will present different information about this disease. It will be all about the coronavirus and how it might affect your eyes.   

EOS #2023: On the Move Again, 06/03/20

Jun 1, 2020

In a prior episode, hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talked about their long distance move from Rochester, New York to Golden, Colorado.  Well they are on the move again!  In this episode they talk about their recent move to another part of Golden, a few miles from the old house.  Hear what was different about this move and how it was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sound Body #2023: Eating Plastic 06/05/20

Jun 1, 2020

Consumer Reports suggests that we may be ingesting as much as a credit card’s worth of plastic every week. Also, of all the plastic ever produced, more than 10 billion tons of it - less than 10 percent has been recycled.

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During this Coronavirus pandemic, WXXI Reachout Radio is closed. Remote readers are providing daily readings of the LOCAL & OBITS section of the D&C at 9:30a and 1:00p