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The Local Take, Kathleen Bertrand Says Vote Tuesday

Jan 3, 2021

This week on The Local Take, I reached out to Kathleen Bertrand, singer and Black Girl Magic personified, to talk about her new song My Voice, My Vote, which I'm sure WCLK listeners have been enjoying.  

Tuesday, January 5th is the last day to vote in the Georgia Senate Run-Off Races. For more information.

 

I ask Bertrand about her family's survival during the Pandemic, and she explains that "Testimony #1" is that she's still here. 

 

 

With both National Alzheimer's Awareness Month and National Family Caregiver Month approaching, Brandon Burke is releasing his first book, Rediscovering Dad & Discovering Myself: A Journey Through the Impact of Alzheimer’s. The six-year Alzheimer’s advocate and caregiver shares his father-son relationship, family history and journey leading up to the diagnosis that has changed his life.

To help celebrate Gay Pride weekend, AARP Atlanta and StoryCorps invite you to Listening OutLoud: A Celebration of LGBTQ Voices on Saturday, Oct. 10 from 11 a.m. to noon via Intrado Studios. The StoryCorps OutLoud initiative is dedicated to documenting and preserving stories from the LBGTQ community.

AARP Georgia partners with WCLK in support of Seniors

Dec 21, 2016

Saturday at 7am on The Local Take on WCLK I'll talk with Debra Tyler-Horton, State Director of AARP Georgia about their partnership with WCLK and the work AARP does in the community. 

The Black Women's Agenda Inc., in partnership with AARP, will host the Because We Care Forum on Saturday, May 17 at the Greater Smith Chapel A.M.E. Church at 183 Mayson Ave, NE Atlanta GA 30307.

This event is designed to provide resources to caregivers, and will take place from 9a until 1p on Saturday.  It will feature health, financial and legal experts sharing caregiving resources.  The event will also focus on how families can prepare for caregiving, when the time arises.