Rhonda McBride

Thursday: The impact of historically Black colleges and universities

What is the common thread between Vice President Kamala Harris and many Black doctors, lawyers, dentists – as well as Grammy-winning artists and pro-sport Athletes? A surprising number attended an H-B-C-U, a historically Black college or university. On Thursday’s Juneau Afternoon, host Christina Michelle asks H-B-C-U graduates to share their personal experiences and offer insights…

Tuesday, Part 1:  Katie Hurley Day on Juneau Afternoon

Time out on Juneau Afternoon to remember one of Alaska’s most beloved political figures — Katie Hurley, who would have turned 100-years-old this Tuesday, March 30th. Hurley died in February, a month short of reaching this milestone. But in her 99 years, her influence spanned several generations of Alaskans. Listen to interviews with Mary Lou…

Monday: Cameron Byrnes photography show, Juneau Symphony concert and Tidal Echoes poetry. 

Conversations about music, photography and poetry:  all rolled into this Monday’s Juneau Afternoon. Some of the highlights: A preview of the Juneau Symphony’s next virtual concert, which features some unlikely duos – one piece that pairs a trombone with a vocal soloist, and another with a clarinet-viola duet. Interview: Charlotte Truitt, Juneau Symphony Also, after…

Tuesday: Reducing food waste, the Biden administration and climate change, and an early childhood learning fair.

Save money on your food bill. Reduce waste. How it’s not only a win-win for your pocketbook, but for the planet. On Tuesday’s Juneau Afternoon today, we’ll introduce you to another  Climate Change Solutionist, out to reduce greenhouse gases. Guest: Sarah Lewis, Cooperative Extension Service. Also today: A new president and a new policy on…