America remains the best example of individualism, free enterprise, and the long-term advantages of rewarding innovation rather than over-regulating those who are willing to take risks.
Adaptation, innovation, individual ingenuity, and a personal willingness to take risks are all characteristic of American ideals. When these are applied to public institutions, remarkable improvements occur.
In her short time as Pine View Elementary School Principal, Carmen Connor has been a shining example of this resolve and has already realized major improvements having moved her school from an “F” to a “C” performance grade.
Carmen will talk with Brien about her personal upbringing and the professional experiences that have instilled in her these personal values and taught her that the cooperation of private and public organizations can bring about sustainable success for all parties.
The work of local actor John Anderson has been recognized by a number of local organizations for his portrayal of abolitionist, and American social reformer Fredrick Douglas
John will talk with Brien about the inspiration behind his work and his one-man effort to bring a better understanding of Douglas’ powerful contribution to America’s quest for freedom, and the contemporary relevance of his unswerving resolve to bring about liberty and justice for all Americans.
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Listen Saturday morning at 9:00 on RealTalk WVFT 93.3FM Tallahassee.