Since 1987, the month of March has been recognized as National Women's History Month. This offers us all the opportunity to recognize and reflect on how women in our personal lives and throughout history have impacted us individually and collectively.
Connecticut Attorney General William Tong joins us for this episode of "Let's Talk About It" to discuss his work to address false advertising of prescription opioids, the recent termination of maternity and delivery services in hospitals serving rural communities including Windham, and more.
Former State Rep. Pat Wilson Pheanious joined me for this episode of "Let's Talk About It" to discuss the Witness Stones Project, which focuses on the history of Black families in Connecticut since the 18th century.
State Rep. Josh Elliott, who serves as House Chair of the legislature's Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee, joined Dennis and me for this episode of "Let's Talk About It" to discuss legislation concerning higher education passed during the 2021 legislative session. We also discussed some of the initiatives that may come up during the 2022 session.
Willimantic Fire Chief Marc Scrivener joins Dennis and me for this episode of "Let's Talk About It" to discuss the Emergency Medical Technician Training course at Windham High School. This program create opportunities for students to graduate with an EMT certification, setting them up for employment after graduation.
Kira Holmes, the Windham Textile and History Museum's new Executive Director, joined me for this episode of "Let's Talk About It" to discuss fun holiday events the museum is hosting. We also discussed the annual "Walk for Warmth" and exciting news that the Windham White Water Park's loan has been forgiven!
Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz joins me on this episode of Let's Talk About It to discuss Windham's vibrant business community, access to broadband, and more.