Tag Archives: Social Media

Segner Interview – Podcast November 1, 2021

The Danger Of Online Gossip. Steve Williamson welcomes back Democratic Perspective sponsor and contributor, Steve Segner, to discuss the impact of social media in Sedona. One of the most controversial is Nextdoor which ironically bills itself as “an app to … Continue reading

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Benes Interview – Podcast March 15, 2021

Our Fractured Nation. Co-hosts Hava Derby and Steve Williamson welcome Ross Benes, author of Rural Rebellion, to discuss the urban-rural divide. Benes explains it’s a relatively recent phenomenon and partially the result of political parties targeting voters over geography, noting … Continue reading

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Women’s March Sedona: Voices of the Resistance — Podcast March 13, 2017

This Is Why Donald Trump Will NOT Have the Last Word: Women’s March Sedona Is On the Move. Democratic Perspective’s Mike Cosentino and Steve Williamson are joined in the KAZM studio by Peggy Chaikin, Michelle Grimm, and Kathy Kinsella, representatives of Women’s March … Continue reading

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