Delmarva Public Media Partners with Maryland Food Bank for Year-End Campaign

SALISBURY, MD---A donation to Delmarva Public Media (DPM) this fall not only will help keep unique programming on local airwaves, but also will assist in feeding families on the Eastern Shore. Comprised of Salisbury University’s WSCL 89.5 FM and WSDL 90.7 FM, and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s WESM 91.3 FM, the three-station partnership hosts its annual end-of-year campaign November 16-December 31. Ten percent of all contributions received during that time will benefit the...

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This holiday season many will be shopping on line, looking for bargains. But, AARP warns to beware of scammers who are looking to steal your credit numbers and other identification. Delmarva Public Media's Don Rush talked with Amy Nofziger at AARP's Fraud Watch Network about what to look for when buying gifts online.

Friday, November 28, is Native American Heritage Day. Harold Wilson’s guest on Delmarva Today is Julie Moss to help us honor the heritage of Native Americans. Ms. Moss is a member of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians headquartered in Tahlequah Oklahoma. Over the years, Ms. Moss has developed an expertise in writing federal grant applications from her work with Indian tribes. Her work has also included serving as elected treasurer for the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee, as Deputy Director and Planning Director for the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.

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The chaotic year of 2020 is coming to a close. It saw a divisive presidential campaign amidst a pandemic with a rising death toll. Delmarva Public Media Essayist George Merrill writes that he still sees hope as this year passes into history.

Happy Thanksgiving from Delmarva Public Media.  We may unable to gather with our extended families this year, but we can still be thankful for all that we have.  We have musical specials all day long to go with the turkey and dressing.

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Much of the work by local historian Linda Duyer who recently passed away focused on the pride and the struggles of the African American Community on the Maryland Eastern Shore. Delmarva Public Media's Don Rush looks at her work beginning with the 1931 lynching of Matthew Williams in Salisbury. (Part 2)

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