The Faces of 90.5 WESA
Mon January 20, 2014
Tuesday Rundown: Spotlighting the Need for Bone Marrow Donation
These topics air Tuesday January 21, 2014 at noon and 8pm on 90.5 WESA. To leave a question or comment before or after the show dial 412-256-8783. Join the conversation LIVE between 12pm & 1 pm weekdays at 412-246-2002. More Essential Pittsburgh segments can be heard here.
Refugees who don’t speak English face additional challenges when trying to access health care in Pittsburgh. 90.5 WESA reporter Erika Beras reports on how sometimes things can get lost in translation.
Bone Marrow Registry
The deaths of three prominent black leaders in Western Pennsylvania has put the spotlight on the need for bone marrow donors, especially in the African American community. We’ll discuss the efforts to increase awareness and register potential donors with Daria Crawley, an associate professor of management at Robert Morris University and Howard Russell of East Hills. Also taking part in the conversation is Nadya Dutchin, National Account Executive for Be the Match, a global leader in bone marrow transplantation.
WESA Celebrates - Ethan Woodfill
14-year old Ethan Woodfill recruited friends and classmates to form the Do-Something Club to help better his community. Ethan is profiled in this weeks edition of WESA Celebrates.
Business Tips On Car Buying
One thing you couldn’t escape during the holiday season were year end close out deals enticing you to purchase a new car. But, when is the best time to buy a new car? Should you buy American or foreign, new or used? This week contributor Rebecca Harris looks at the business of car buying?