The Lady Bunch, Julia Karr, Sweet Music Of Healing, IMPACT

This week we set our sights on the PRIDE Film Festival, Julia Karr discusses "Truth," Voces Novae sings of healing, and the NYPD in pictures.

This week on Artworks -

WFIU’s Yaël Ksander reports from an exhibition of contemporary photos from the police beat in New York that focus more on the cops than the perps or the victims.

Also on the program,

Writer Julia Karr offers up a sequel to her young adult novel, Sixteen.

An ensemble remembers one of its own through song.

And the PRIDE Film Festival is just over a week away. Annie Corrigan caught up with a couple of filmmakers whose award-winning contribution last year just happened to be their first foray onto the silver screen.

Stories On This Episode

IMPACT: A Trained Eye On The NYPD

police officers listen to a colleague cry for help over the radio

Photographer Antonio Bolfo seeks to offer a more nuanced portrait of the life of a police officer assigned to patrol a housing project in the South Bronx.

Sweet Music Of Healing

Dr. Betsy Sabca

"As we worked through our grief and loss, we decided to do a special program in [Dr. Betsy Sabga's] honor." Voces Novae Conductor Sue Swaney

Julia Karr: The ‘Truth’ About Writing For Young Adults

Truth

"Girls should have the ability and the education and the information to make logical choices themselves about what they want to do with their bodies."

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