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Featured Guests: F-K

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Nashid Fakhrid-deen, Conference on the Black Family in America
Teri Faragher, Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government
Bill Farmer Jr., United Way of the Bluegrass
Elaine Farris, Bureau of Learning and Results Services
Sonja Feist-Price, University of Kentucky
Howard Fineman
Nikky Finney
Rev. Norman Fischer, St. Peter Claver Catholic Church
Chris Ford, REACH
Catherine Fosl
Yusef Franklin, minister
Elisa Freeman-Carr, Alzheimer’s Association
Rufus Friday
Krystal Frieson
Darrell Fuller, iServe Advisors
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Shawn Gardner, 2NOT1
Gip Gibson, Ten Kids Inc.
Yvonne Giles, Isaac Scott Hathaway Museum
Dr. Jai Gilliam, Lexington physician
Michael Jamahl Glaze, Amachi Central Kentucky
Vanessa Glaze, Amachi Central Kentucky
State Rep. Jim Glenn, D-Owensboro
Alma Glover, Ralph Bunche Community Center
Keli Goff, political commentator
Kurt Gohde
Pamela R. Goodwine, Fayette Circuit Court Judge
Bruce S. Gordon, NAACP
State Rep. Derrick Graham, D-Frankfort
Stedman Graham, S. Graham and Associates
Angie Green, breast cancer survivor
Ellen Green, Hosparus
Lora Hurd Griffin
Kathy Groob
Msiba Ann Beard Grundy, activist
Susan Guess
Morgan Guess
Marjorie Guyon, artist
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Ed Hamilton, sculptor
dream hampton
Carol Hanley, University of Kentucky
John Hardin, Western Kentucky University
Debra Harley, University of Kentucky
Dr. Torrie Harris, NOAAH
Joy Harris
Judith Hatch, Central Baptist Hospital nurse
Audrey Haynes
Dawn Heinecken
Stephen Hightower, Hightowers Petroleum
Cathy Holloway Hill
Hattie Hill, management consultant
Janell Hocker, Step Higher
Janet Steele Holloway
bell hooks, feminist scholar
Tammy Horn, beekeeper
Mary Lynn Houlihan, victims' advocate
Donna Hubbard
J. Blaine Hudson, University of Louisville
David Hudspeth, Main Street Youth Center, Murray
Gretchen Hunt, Ky. Division of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence Services
Byron Hurt
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Abdon Ibarra, Kentucky Housing Corp.
Immaculée Ilibagiza, Rwandan genocide survivor
Jenny Inman, Kentucky Women in Agriculture
Nat Irvin, business professor, futurist
Teresa Isaac, Lexington mayor
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Dana Jackson
Darla M. Jackson, Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission
Judy “J.J.” Jackson
Lucille Jackson
Nikki Jackson, Kentucky Personnel Cabinet Secretary
Sherron Jackson, Council on Postsecondary Education
Andrea James, Lexington
Steve James
Wil James, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky
Shelby Jenkins
William Jenkins, St. James AME Church, Danville
Antoinette Johnson
Ben Johnson, U.S. Census Bureau
Calvin Johnson
Hope Johnson
Janet Johnson, Pike County Health Department
John J. Johnson, Kentucky Commission on Human Rights
Mark Johnson, Lexington-Fayette County Health Department
Rana Johnson, Council on Postsecondary Education
Sally Johnson
LeTonia Jones, Kentucky Domestic Violence Association
Rev. Kimberly Jones
Ricky Jones, University of Louisville
Carol E. Jordan
Eleanor Jordan
Jackie Joyner-Kersee
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Abigail Kearn, beekeeper
Karen Kelly, Operation UNITE
J.L. King, AIDS education advocate
Keidra King
Naomi Barber King
Mark Lawrence Kornbluh, University of Kentucky

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