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Active, engaged citizens, fighting for progressive values, help make our democracy stronger. In the Moving Forward podcast, you’ll hear about the contributions these engaged citizens make to address the challenges that face us. Host Kate Sanner interviews candidates, community leaders, community activists, and elected officials on a number of civic, political and social justice topics.

Latest Episodes

Running to Restore Equality and Equity in Our Communities – A Conversation with Mia Mason for Congress (MD-01)

Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Mia Mason who is running for Congress in Maryland Congressional District One. Mason discusses her plans and policies on key issues such as health care, jobs and the economy, the environment and climate change, education, veterans’ issues, and COVID-19. Lean more about Mia Mason at https://miadmason.us/.

43 minOCT 14
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Running to Restore Equality and Equity in Our Communities – A Conversation with Mia Mason for Congress (MD-01)

Helping the Community Through In-Kind Donations: Moving Forward Interview with Jennifer Bergantz, Founder of Maryland InKind Network

Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Jennifer Bergantz, Founder of Maryland InKind Network, a grassroots group of adults and children helping families seeking asylum and local families in need, mainly through the donation of goods. They collect and distribute food, clothing/shoes, winter gear, diapers, school supplies, first aid supplies, and cleaning materials directly to families. The key mission for the group is the reallocation of extra or unwanted materials to where they are most needed.

38 minSEP 27
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Helping the Community Through In-Kind Donations: Moving Forward Interview with Jennifer Bergantz, Founder of Maryland InKind Network

Experience, Integrity, and a Commitment to Justice - Laura Morton for Judge of the Circuit Court Carroll County MD

Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Laura Morton who is running for Judge of the Circuit Court Carroll County MD in the 2020 MD Primary. In the podcast, Morton talks about the function of the Circuit Court, the role of the Judge of the Circuit Court, the need for a Judge to have trial experience and knowledge of her community and of community resources that can help break the cycle of recidivism and repeated incarceration and keep our communities safe.

36 minMAY 20
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Experience, Integrity, and a Commitment to Justice - Laura Morton for Judge of the Circuit Court Carroll County MD

Keep Up the Fight for Immigrants and Refugees – They Help Make the U.S. Strong

Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Liuda Galinaitis, who shares the courageous story of her father’s family who were forced to flee their home in Lithuania during WWII. She also shares her research on the immigration crisis, the contributions immigrants make to our nation, and the importance of keeping up the fight today for immigrants, refugees, and asylees who help keep us strong.

26 minJAN 22
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Keep Up the Fight for Immigrants and Refugees – They Help Make the U.S. Strong

Just a soldier returning home: Honoring Private Indiana Hunt-Martin

Private Indiana Hunt-Martin was a member of the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion - a group of unsung heroes of WWII. The unit’s nickname was the “Six-Triple Eight” and they were the first and only all Black Female Women Army Corps (WAC) unit to be deployed overseas. Their task was to clear a mountainous backlog of mail in England and France that had not reached servicemen in the European Theater of WWII. Their motto was “No Mail, Low Morale.”

41 min2019 NOV 11
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Just a soldier returning home: Honoring Private Indiana Hunt-Martin

Honoring the Women of the Six Triple Eight Central Postal Directory Battalion of WWII

The 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion was the first and only all Black Female Women Army Corps (WAC) unit to be deployed overseas during under the Command of Major Charity Adams Their nickname was the “Six-Triple Eight" and their motto was “No Mail, Low Morale". Colonel Edna W. Cummings and Master Sergeant Elizabeth Helm Frazier discuss with host Kate Sanner the efforts being made to secure the recognition these women so rightfully deserve.

69 min2019 SEP 23
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Honoring the Women of the Six Triple Eight Central Postal Directory Battalion of WWII

PFLAG Westminter-Carroll County, MD Moving Equality Forward

June is PRIDE month. Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Joy Fisher and Judy Gaver of the Westminster, Carroll County, MD chapter of PFLAG about the mission of PFLAG and of their chapter, the support services they provide to our LGBTQ+ community, their education outreach to all sectors of our county, and their advocacy efforts on behalf of the LGBTQ+ community in Carroll County, and the role of allies to the LGBTQ+ community.

47 min2019 JUN 29
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PFLAG Westminter-Carroll County, MD Moving Equality Forward

Organ, Eye and Tissue Donors Save and Enhance Lives

April is Donate Life Month. Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Jim Ford, Executive Director of Donate Life Maryland, about the life-saving and life-enhancing mission of registering as an organ, eye, and tissue donor. Register to #DonateLife today!

37 min2019 APR 28
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Organ, Eye and Tissue Donors Save and Enhance Lives

Understanding Climate Change-Moving Forward Interview with Joyce Tuten, M.S., B.S.

Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Joyce Tuten, M.S., B.S. Tuten is a high school science teacher, a member of the Middletown, MD Sustainability Committee, a NOAA Climate Steward Educator and a trained Climate Reality Project Leader. In the podcast, she will explain the science of the greenhouse effect and global warming and what humans are doing to cause the climate to change. She will also share tangible personal and government actions that we must commit to in order to address this crisis.

70 min2019 MAR 28
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Understanding Climate Change-Moving Forward Interview with Joyce Tuten, M.S., B.S.

Understanding, Confronting, and Interrupting White Privilege in Our Daily Lives

Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews intercultural scholar Dr. Angela Putman who explains systemic racism and white privilege and presents practical ways for every white person to take action against them.

39 min2019 MAR 7
Comments
Understanding, Confronting, and Interrupting White Privilege in Our Daily Lives

Latest Episodes

Running to Restore Equality and Equity in Our Communities – A Conversation with Mia Mason for Congress (MD-01)

Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Mia Mason who is running for Congress in Maryland Congressional District One. Mason discusses her plans and policies on key issues such as health care, jobs and the economy, the environment and climate change, education, veterans’ issues, and COVID-19. Lean more about Mia Mason at https://miadmason.us/.

43 minOCT 14
Comments
Running to Restore Equality and Equity in Our Communities – A Conversation with Mia Mason for Congress (MD-01)

Helping the Community Through In-Kind Donations: Moving Forward Interview with Jennifer Bergantz, Founder of Maryland InKind Network

Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Jennifer Bergantz, Founder of Maryland InKind Network, a grassroots group of adults and children helping families seeking asylum and local families in need, mainly through the donation of goods. They collect and distribute food, clothing/shoes, winter gear, diapers, school supplies, first aid supplies, and cleaning materials directly to families. The key mission for the group is the reallocation of extra or unwanted materials to where they are most needed.

38 minSEP 27
Comments
Helping the Community Through In-Kind Donations: Moving Forward Interview with Jennifer Bergantz, Founder of Maryland InKind Network

Experience, Integrity, and a Commitment to Justice - Laura Morton for Judge of the Circuit Court Carroll County MD

Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Laura Morton who is running for Judge of the Circuit Court Carroll County MD in the 2020 MD Primary. In the podcast, Morton talks about the function of the Circuit Court, the role of the Judge of the Circuit Court, the need for a Judge to have trial experience and knowledge of her community and of community resources that can help break the cycle of recidivism and repeated incarceration and keep our communities safe.

36 minMAY 20
Comments
Experience, Integrity, and a Commitment to Justice - Laura Morton for Judge of the Circuit Court Carroll County MD

Keep Up the Fight for Immigrants and Refugees – They Help Make the U.S. Strong

Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Liuda Galinaitis, who shares the courageous story of her father’s family who were forced to flee their home in Lithuania during WWII. She also shares her research on the immigration crisis, the contributions immigrants make to our nation, and the importance of keeping up the fight today for immigrants, refugees, and asylees who help keep us strong.

26 minJAN 22
Comments
Keep Up the Fight for Immigrants and Refugees – They Help Make the U.S. Strong

Just a soldier returning home: Honoring Private Indiana Hunt-Martin

Private Indiana Hunt-Martin was a member of the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion - a group of unsung heroes of WWII. The unit’s nickname was the “Six-Triple Eight” and they were the first and only all Black Female Women Army Corps (WAC) unit to be deployed overseas. Their task was to clear a mountainous backlog of mail in England and France that had not reached servicemen in the European Theater of WWII. Their motto was “No Mail, Low Morale.”

41 min2019 NOV 11
Comments
Just a soldier returning home: Honoring Private Indiana Hunt-Martin

Honoring the Women of the Six Triple Eight Central Postal Directory Battalion of WWII

The 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion was the first and only all Black Female Women Army Corps (WAC) unit to be deployed overseas during under the Command of Major Charity Adams Their nickname was the “Six-Triple Eight" and their motto was “No Mail, Low Morale". Colonel Edna W. Cummings and Master Sergeant Elizabeth Helm Frazier discuss with host Kate Sanner the efforts being made to secure the recognition these women so rightfully deserve.

69 min2019 SEP 23
Comments
Honoring the Women of the Six Triple Eight Central Postal Directory Battalion of WWII

PFLAG Westminter-Carroll County, MD Moving Equality Forward

June is PRIDE month. Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Joy Fisher and Judy Gaver of the Westminster, Carroll County, MD chapter of PFLAG about the mission of PFLAG and of their chapter, the support services they provide to our LGBTQ+ community, their education outreach to all sectors of our county, and their advocacy efforts on behalf of the LGBTQ+ community in Carroll County, and the role of allies to the LGBTQ+ community.

47 min2019 JUN 29
Comments
PFLAG Westminter-Carroll County, MD Moving Equality Forward

Organ, Eye and Tissue Donors Save and Enhance Lives

April is Donate Life Month. Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Jim Ford, Executive Director of Donate Life Maryland, about the life-saving and life-enhancing mission of registering as an organ, eye, and tissue donor. Register to #DonateLife today!

37 min2019 APR 28
Comments
Organ, Eye and Tissue Donors Save and Enhance Lives

Understanding Climate Change-Moving Forward Interview with Joyce Tuten, M.S., B.S.

Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Joyce Tuten, M.S., B.S. Tuten is a high school science teacher, a member of the Middletown, MD Sustainability Committee, a NOAA Climate Steward Educator and a trained Climate Reality Project Leader. In the podcast, she will explain the science of the greenhouse effect and global warming and what humans are doing to cause the climate to change. She will also share tangible personal and government actions that we must commit to in order to address this crisis.

70 min2019 MAR 28
Comments
Understanding Climate Change-Moving Forward Interview with Joyce Tuten, M.S., B.S.

Understanding, Confronting, and Interrupting White Privilege in Our Daily Lives

Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews intercultural scholar Dr. Angela Putman who explains systemic racism and white privilege and presents practical ways for every white person to take action against them.

39 min2019 MAR 7
Comments
Understanding, Confronting, and Interrupting White Privilege in Our Daily Lives
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