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Intersection

After Parkland, Florida Police Use ‘Red Flag’ Law To Remove Guns From People Deemed A Threat


“Red flag” laws have made it easier for law enforcement in nine states to take guns away from people deemed a threat to themselves or others. Reporter Daniel Rivero from WLRN in Miami joins Intersection to discuss the implications posed by these new laws, and how police in Florida are using the law in the aftermath of last year’s shooting in Parkland.
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Vicki Gish & Cathleen Kavanaugh. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection Sessions

Intersection Sessions: Uilleann Pipes & Fiddle


If you think Bagpipes- you probably think highland pipes. But the pipes you might hear in marching bands, or at weddings and funerals, aren’t the only bagpipes out there. There’s also the uilleann pipes from Ireland. Kathleen Cavanaugh joins Intersection to perform the Uilleann pipes accompanied by Vicki Gish on fiddle.
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Anna Levi.
Intersection

Anna Levi Gives Voice To Residents Of Trinidad’s Underworld


Anna Levi is a novelist with Trinidadian and Grenadian roots. Her debut novel, Madinah Girl, tells the story of Maria, as she struggles to avoid a life of domestic servitude. Levi joined Intersection to read from her novel and talk about her writing which explores what she calls Trinidad’s underworld culture.
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