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Chuck O’Neal Pushes Rights Of Nature Statewide

By a margin of nearly 90 percent, Orange County voters approved a charter amendment last November aimed at protecting the “rights of nature.” Now, backers are taking the issue statewide by pushing five amendments to the Florida constitution. WMFE environmental reporter Amy Green talked about the effort with Chuck O’Neal, chairman of the Florida Rights of Nature Network.  
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The crew of Blue Origin’s first human flight with the Explorer’s Club flag (July 20, 2021). Photo credit: Blue Origin

The New Frontier Of Space Tourism

Blue Origin’s sub-orbital mission has been getting all the buzz this week. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, along with three other crewmates, flew in space for a little under 11 minutes on board the New Shepard spacecraft, in the company’s first human space flight.
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Cuban Protests Inspire Demonstrations In Central Florida

Orlando area business leader Angel de la Portilla, president of Central Florida Strategies, joins Intersection to talk about what the protests in Cuba mean for Florida’s Cuban community- and for him personally. And OPD Chief Orlando Rolon discusses the police department’s handling of protests.
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(Clockwise from top left) Ken Firling, Jean Bony DeLorge, John Rife, Wisly Zephir. Photo: Matthew Peddie / WMFE

A Central Florida Church Reflects On Turmoil In Haiti

Mission leader Ken Firling and parishioner John Rife spoke with Matthew Peddie about the Haiti mission and how they are helping the community. Wisly Zephir and Jean Bony Délorge also joined Intersection to talk about their involvement in the mission and their connections to Haiti. 
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