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Far-right extremism on the rise; funding future female leaders; new Cummer exhibit; sports

Flight Patterns
the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
Anila Quayyum Agha: Flight Patterns

A far-right group in Jacksonville has been regularly projecting hate symbols onto buildings Downtown.

The City Council recently passed a law to try to crackdown on this, but experts are worried that Florida’s overall political climate will only encourage this kind of behavior.

Guest: Claire Goforth, reporter for The Daily Dot.

Female Founders Forum Shark Tank

Jim Stallings is the founder and CEO of PS27 Ventures, which invests in early-stage technology companies founded primarily by women, veterans and people of color.

Their Female Founders Forum Shark Tank event is coming up next week at the University of North Florida, where five female CEOs of startups will compete for $250,000 in seed money for their companies.

Guest: Jim Stallings, founder and CEO of PS27 Ventures.

New immersive exhibit at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

There’s a brand new immersive exhibition at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. It’s called "Anila Quayyum Agha: Flight Patterns."

Guest: Anila Quayyum Agha, artist.

Sports update

It’s almost March, and that means the March Madness NCAA Basketball tournament is almost upon us.

Meanwhile, the Jacksonville Jaguars have started resigning some key players from last season.

Guest: Josh Torres, WJCT News sports analyst.

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Special Projects Producer Brendan Rivers joined WJCT News in August of 2018 after several years as a reporter and then News Director at Southern Stone Communications, which owns and operates several radio stations in the Daytona Beach area.