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00000177-ba84-d5f4-a5ff-bbfc9baa0000Ways of Life airs every second Monday at 8:40am and 5:45pm.Our series Ways of Life is A collection of stories about people who live down the street... our neighbors: Fishermen, scientists, craftspeople, recovering addicts, surgeons, dog rescuers, motorcycle gang members, nursing home residents, musicians, the homeless, kid athletes, social activists, and all the others who share this place.Each portrait becomes part of the surprising, interwoven tapestry of our lives together here on the Cape, Coast and Islands. Ways of Life is edited by Jay Allison and produced by our production partners at Atlantic Public Media Ways of Life is made possible by The Circle of Ten, ten local businesses and organizations committed to local programming on WCAI.

Reading Race: Understanding Racial Justice Through Literature

photo by Rebecca Nolan

Panchita  Peterson has worked most of her adult life addressing racism on Cape Cod. She trained at the National Coalition Building Institute and worked as a Diversity Specialist in schools across the Cape.  Panchita is in her late70's but came out of retirement a few years ago because she felt like she still had work to do. 

The Racial Justice Study Group is held on Thursdays at the Wellfleet Public Library - more information here 

This piece comes to us through our production partners at Atlantic public Media through their media training program, the Transom Story Workshop in Woods Hole. Rebecca is a recent graduate from the workshop.  You can find out more about the program at   

Ways of Life is made possible by the Circle of Ten - ten local businesses and organizations committed to local programming on WCAI.