The HOPE CommissionThe HOPE Commission is striving to inspire and empower a collaboration of citizens, businesses, government agencies, social organizations, and faith based institutions throughout the City of Wilmington to work together in creating safe, vital neighborhoods that strengthen family bonds, promote civic pride, and encourage residents to engage in community transformation. Host John Taylor talks with Executive Director, Charles Madden.
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Henrietta Johnson Medical CenterHenrietta Johnson Medical Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center that provides a wide range of medical and dental services, at two sites within the city of Wilmington. The center has a history of providing caring, quality healthcare for infants...to seniors, where every patient is valued, regardless of their circumstance. Community health centers like HJMC are recognized as cost-effective alternatives to emergency room-based primary healthcare services.
- Curriculum Support/Enrichment TimeThis program at W.T. Chipman Middle School consists of a 30-minute intensive instruction period that occurs during school each day. It allows students who are having difficulty meeting standards to receive curriculum support in reading and math. Winner: 2013 Superstars in EducationMore »
Chandlee Kuhn (Part 1 of 2)Chandlee Kuhn, Chief Judge of Delaware's Family Court, discusses the qualities of family court judges, some of the challenges faced by the people that come through the court, and the need for community-wide engagement to combat violence and poverty. Part one of a two-part interview with John Taylor.
Farming the First StateA sneak peak at the new Hearts and Minds Film about the history, the developing technology, and the economic impact of Delaware's thriving agriculture industry. From peaches and poultry to sweet corn and strawberries, Delaware grows it all! This project was funded by the Delaware Humanities Forum and the Delaware State Department of Agriculture, and will likely be broadcast on public television in 2013.
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- Have Art, Will TravelIn the early years of the Rehoboth Art League, founder Louise Chambers Corkran arranged for artists to work with disadvantaged children through the Children’s Beach House in Lewes. Today, in partnership with many organizations, the Rehoboth Art League sends artists throughout Sussex County to leverage the arts to enhance the quality of life for many. A special focus is working with children and elderly adults who do not have the resources to travel or take RAL classes. For many, this experience opens up a new world of opportunity for creative expression. www.rehobothartleague.orgMore »