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November 8, 2019 16 min
Good morning, I’m Loraine Ballard Morrill and you are listening to Insight a show about empowering our community. In a little bit I’ll be heading over to Citizens Bank Park for the Walk to end Alzheimer’s. I’m going in memory of my old friend and former colleague Don Juan Banks who died July 31, of early onset Alzheimer’s. He was 62. You can find out more about the walk and information about Alzheimer’s at Today we talk about the hidden homeless – families who rely on the kindness of relatives and friends for shelter, we talk about the upcoming donor Sabbath to raise awareness in faith based institutions around organ donation and while you may not realize it but the role of auditor general in Pennsylvania is vital to your consumer and citizens’ rights….we talk with one of the candidates for that office. But first – a little Enlightened entertainment to get us started. We talk to members of the Children of Adam Band who practice Positive Message Bearing Music. To hear more about their music, upcoming performances and to vote for them in the PHL Live World Music finals go to
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