They Were Our Fathers

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“They Were Our Fathers” documents stories about the true cost of war

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Some 20,000 American boys and girls lost their fathers during the Vietnam War. In a new documentary film produced by WSRE, several of these Gold Star children, now adult men and women, share their stories which serve as powerful testimonies about the true cost of war. WSRE will premiere “They Were Our Fathers” with a special Father’s Day broadcast at 7 p.m. on June 19.

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Local Olympic medalists will be “inStudio” on WSRE this Thursday

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The Games of the XXXI Olympiad—Rio 2016—are just around the corner. For a look back at past Summer Olympics and to learn what it takes to win at the games, local Olympic medalists Frank Spellman, Catie Ball and Beth Barr, along with Willie and Jeanette Gatlin—parents of Olympic champion Justin Gatlin—will share their stories with WSRE’s “inStudio” host Rameca Vincent Leary.

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WSRE hosts Achieve Escambia partners on the impact of early learning and school readiness on Escambia County’s children and future success

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Recent reports based on state evaluations say that only 66 percent of Escambia County 5-year-olds are ready for kindergarten. On a new edition of “inStudio” on WSRE, Jeff Weeks will host a discussion addressing this school readiness crisis, its long-term impact on the community, and a new collective effort focused on the success of children from cradle to career.

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