51% Show #1156
Albany, NY – The tenth anniversary of the 9-11 attacks marks a traumatic day for the United States - the day when the conflict in the Middle East came to American soil and changed the way we viewed ourselves forever. Ceremonies will be held at the sites of those attacks, and the largest and most watched event will be at Ground Zero - the former site of the World Trade Center towers in Manhattan. Julia Indichova and the members of the Turn It Around project will be part of the crowd, inviting passersby to sing, to remember, and to talk. Ten years ago, she was in a subway when the towers fell.
10:10 Turn It Around Barnett
Julia Indichova is a writer and the founder of the TurnItAround Project. If you'd like to find out more, go to turnitaroundproject.org.
For people directly affected by the 9-11 attacks, this year marks the anniversary of the day their lives changed forever. But we were all affected in some way by those attacks. And the emotional fallout from that day gives us an understanding of the problems faced by veterans of war. Today, in her Alive and Kicking feature, Dr. Sharon Ufberg speaks with a woman whose reaction changed the direction of her life.
4:46 Zimmerman Ufberg
Dr. Sharon Ufberg is an integrative health care journalist. She hosts a regular wellness feature on KVON/KVYN the Vine in Napa Valley. She writes for the Huffington Post and Womens eNews and she contributes regular Alive and Kicking features for us here on 51%. Find out more at drsharonufberg.com
Finally, Gilles Malkine has a profile of an artist whose work you may know, but whose name may be unfamiliar. She's an example of creativity, of single-mindedness and of a familiar double standard.
5:33 Vinne Ream
Gilles Malkine is a writer and a musician. He lives at the foot of New York's Catskill Mountains.