AMOS is an organization consisting of 28 different institutions in Ames and Des Moines, working for social justice in Central Iowa. People from the various organizations talk about how AMOS makes this a better place for us all to live.
Paul Turner, professional lead organizer of AMOS
Jim Gaunt, First Christian Church
Mary Richards, Universalist Unitarian Fellowship of Ames
Reverend Randy Gehring, Bethesda Lutheran Church
Reverend Heather Withers, retired minister of Unity Church
Julie Fugenschu, Executive Director of Project Iowa
Jan Flora, United Church of Christ
Rick Exner, leader of the AMOS issue team on immigration
Paul Fitzergald, Story County Sherriff
The voice of Senator Charles Grassley
Hispanic Ministry of St. Cecilia's Catholic Church
The prenatal clinic is held on the first and third Thursday of the month at Bethesda Lutheran Church, 1517 Northwestern Ave. Ames. The information sessions for people interested in career trainings with Project Iowa are held at 5 PM on the second Tuesday of the month at the Salvation Army, 703 Lincoln Way in Ames.
Host Kay Puttock
Originally broadcast 05/06/2013
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