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Good Things with Rebecca Turner

Weekdays, 2 - 3 p.m.

Good Things with Rebecca Turner is Mississippi's Radio Happy Hour. Join Rebecca as she brings you the good stories about Mississippi's people, places and things to do.

Life doesn't have to be so serious, so let's have fun!

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Rebecca Turner
Host of Good Things with Rebecca Turner
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Photo by SuperTalk Mississippi

Ryne "Ryno" Montgomery
Producer of Good Things with Rebecca Turner
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Good Things :: On Demand

ON DEMAND | Good Things with Rebecca Turner
9.9.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
September is Child Cancer Awareness Month - Jasmine White, author name Yaz'mine Color, is from Laurel, Mississippi. Her first children's book Princess Amyra: The Fighter is about a Princess who has cancer and fighting to save her village. ,
9.8.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
Jerry Thompson started a thriving garden to supply Joyner Elementary School in Tupelo, MS with food for their backpack program, helping to feed hungry kids, plus he lends his gardening skills to the school’s Discovery Garden,
9.7.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
LABOR DAY Best of Show,
9.4.20
 
Good Things with Rebecca Turner
In 1990, while covering a story about homelessness for the New Orleans Times-Picayune, photojournalist Ted Jackson encountered a man sleeping under a bridge. After snapping a photo, Jackson woke the man. Pointing to the newspaper by his side, the homeless stranger looked Jackson in the eye and said, “You ought to do a story about me.” When Ted asked why, he was stunned by the answer. “Because I’ve played in three Super Bowls.” YOU OUGHT TO DO A STORY ABOUT ME offers a rare glimpse into one man’s—Jackie Wallace’s—life and experience navigating these issues and more. Through Ted Jackson’s candid, poignant storytelling and experience bearing witness as a photojournalist, the reader will come away with a deeper understanding of the lingering legacies of racism, discrimination, and systemic inequality, and discover the power of compassionate friendship. ,