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WYSO Weekend: June 12, 2011
Juneteenth celebrations in the Miami Valley, a symphony with a local connection, Dayton Public Schools and more. In this week's episode:

Emily McCord speaks with Dayton Public School superintendent Lori Ward about the elimination of nearly 300 positions in effort to balance the budget for next year.

In this week's edition of PoliticsOhio, Emily McCord speaks with Martin Gottlieb from the Dayton Daily News to discuss the change in the Senate version of the state budget regarding the JobsOhio Plan, public response to Senate Bill 5 and controversial early voting legislation taking place at the statehouse.
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June nineteenth is know to many as "Juneteenth" a day that marks the end of African enslavement in the United States. Next weekend, Dayton celebrates Juneteenth with a festival of poetry, music, food, and community in W.S. McIntosh Memorial Park. Sarah Buckingham speaks with festival organizer Angela Byrdsong from the Wesley Community Center about what Juneteenth represents.

On Tuesday, Living on Earth featured a rebroadcast of a profile of Meira Warshauer's symphony Living Breathing Earth by Yellow Springs based producer Aileen LeBlanc. The symphony is out on CD, and earlier this week Juliet Fromholt sat down with LeBlanc to talk about the music and a local connection with the Dayton Philharmonic.




Sarah Buckingham gives a preview of a new show beginning in this week's 11pm Sunday Documentary Hour. It's WTF with Marc Maron which features interviews with comedians.