Blood Alcohol Levels: How Much Is Too Much?

Top of Mind with Julie Rose - Radio Archive, Episode undefined

  • Jan 10, 2019 11:00 pm
  • 17:27 mins

Guest: Bella Dinh-Zarr, Board Member, National Transportation Safety Board Utah has just become the first state to lower its blood alcohol level for drunk driving from .08 to .05. That’s the lowest in the nation and critics say it will result in lots of people getting arrested after having just a drink or two with dinner, and do nothing to address the most dangerous drunk drivers who ignore blood alcohol limits anyway.

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Great-granddaughter Fights to Properly Honor Ida B. Wells

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(Originally aired 8/22/18) Guest: Michelle Duster, Author, Speaker, Lecturer of Business Writing, Columbia College Chicago And now, to a conversation about the contributions of Ida B. Wells, an African American journalist who was born enslaved near the end of the Civil War, sued a railroad for discrimination, and risked her life to expose the violence of lynching in the Jim Crow South. Last summer, we spoke with Michelle Duster, a great granddaughter of Wells, and a driving force behind efforts to honor her legacy. Fundraising for the first phase of a memorial to Ida B. Wells has since reached its $300,000 goal. Duster is a lecturer at Columbia College Chicago and member of the Ida B. Wells Memorial Foundation.

(Originally aired 8/22/18) Guest: Michelle Duster, Author, Speaker, Lecturer of Business Writing, Columbia College Chicago And now, to a conversation about the contributions of Ida B. Wells, an African American journalist who was born enslaved near the end of the Civil War, sued a railroad for discrimination, and risked her life to expose the violence of lynching in the Jim Crow South. Last summer, we spoke with Michelle Duster, a great granddaughter of Wells, and a driving force behind efforts to honor her legacy. Fundraising for the first phase of a memorial to Ida B. Wells has since reached its $300,000 goal. Duster is a lecturer at Columbia College Chicago and member of the Ida B. Wells Memorial Foundation.