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Black, Young And Educated Resume Civil Saturdays With Similar Goals, New Campaigns

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Katie Blackley
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90.5 WESA
Nick Anglin speaks at the first Civil Saturday protest in Bakery Square on June 6, 2020.

On today’s program: A year after its first demonstration, Black, Young, & Educated’s co-founder Nick Anglin says Civil Saturdays are back and will take place every other week this summer; and Pittsburgh natives and brother-sister duo Molly and Bailey Donovan talk about writing, producing and directing their film “Back for Good.”

Kevin Gavin is the host of WESA's news interview program "The Confluence." He is a native Pittsburgher and served as news director for 90.5 WDUQ for 34 years. Since the sale of the radio station by Duquesne University to Pittsburgh EPM, Inc. (now Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corp.), he served as Executive Producer of Special News Projects prior to being named as host of "The Confluence" five years ago. kgavin@wesa.fm
Laura Tsutsui is a producer for The Confluence, WESA's morning news show. Previously, she reported on the San Joaquin Valley with the NPR affiliate station in her hometown of Fresno, California. She can be reached at ltsutsui@wesa.fm.
Marylee is the editor/producer of The Confluence, the daily public affairs show on WESA. She got her start in journalism at The Daily Reveille and KLSU while attending Louisiana State University. She took her passion for audio journalism to UC Berkeley's graduate program and worked in public radio at WPR in Madison, WI, and WOSU in Columbus, Ohio.