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Intersection

The Pulse Memorial And How Communities Respond To Tragedy


Plans are moving ahead with a memorial and museum at the site of the Pulse nightclub. Carlos Guillermo Smith, Christopher Cuevas and Ken Foote join Intersection to discusses the importance of the Pulse nightclub memorial for the LGBTQ+ community in Florida and talk about how other cities in the US have remembered the victims of tragedies.
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Rob Greenfield browses on red hibiscus in Dickson Azalea Park, Orlando. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection

Rob Greenfield: Living Off The Land In Orlando


Have you ever wondered what it would be like to ditch the weekly supermarket shopping trip and live off the land? We talk to environmental activist Rob Greenfield about his year long experiment foraging in Orlando and learn some surprising facts about the edible plants you can find in city parks.
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Harry Nelson. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection

‘United States Of Opioids’ Author On Central Florida’s Fight Against Opioid Addiction


A new report commissioned by Project Opioid looked at people affected by the opioid crisis in Central Florida, finding an increase in the number of non- fatal overdoses coming into emergency rooms. Still, healthcare attorney Harry Nelson who is the author of the book United States of Opioids, says this community is doing some things right in confronting the problem.
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Aretha Simons. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Orlando Mayoral Candidate Aretha Simons


Aretha Simons says the city of Orlando needs new leadership. Simons is a businesswoman challenging incumbent Buddy Dyer in the mayoral election. Simons joins Intersection to talk about her priorities for Orlando, including improving the supply of affordable housing and better mass transit.
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