Elizabeth Warren; Ready4Work; W.A.V.E; Cole Pepper

Mar 2, 2020

On Monday’s First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, we discussed Democratic presidential candidate, Elizabeth Warren.

Tom Steyer and Pete Buttigieg dropped out of the race for president. This leaves voters with six democratic candidates to choose from: Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Warren, Mike Bloomberg, Amy Klobuchar and Tulsi Gabbard.

We spoke with a surrogate for Warren’s campaign, Fredrick Joseph, about why voters should choose Warren.

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Ready4Work Expands To St. Augustine

Ready4Work provides reentry services and job skills training to people reentering the community following incarceration. Kevin Gay, founder and CEO of Operation New Hope and Reverend Ron Rawls of St. Paul’s AME Church joined us with more information on the organization. Ready4Work is  expanding, opening a location in the Lincolnville district of St. Augustine.

W.A.V.E-Women Artists, Visual Experiences

Art work from the W.A.V.E - Women Artists, Visual Experiences exhibit.
Credit Jen Jones Murray

The ‘W.A.V.E- Women Artists, Visual Experiences’ exhibit is on display at the Jacksonville International Airport during Women’s History Month. The exhibit is in the Haskell Art Gallery and extends through all display areas of the airport. 

W.A.V.E showcases work from both emerging and established women artists living and working in the airport's seven county service region. Kimberly Miller, founder and executive Director of FemArt Gallery joined us with more details along with Jen Jones Murray,  JAA Art & Culture Program Manager for the Jacksonville Aviation Authority and Coordinator for JIA Arts Commission’s Art Program.

Cole Pepper

WJCT Sports Analyst, Cole Pepper joined us to discuss state championship winning coach, Deran Wiley, stepping down from his position at Raines High School. He also covered Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue’s announcement that he is longer interested in signing a long-term deal with the team.

Sarah Glenn can be reached at newsteam@wjct.org, 904-358-6317