Join the Friends of KERA with an annual contribution of $1,500 or more. Some of the Benefits include: Two Happy Hours at the station with staff and other invited guests and a station tour, but the main benefit of such a generous gift is knowing you are making a big impact in a big way for your whole community.
Sponsor a day of broadcasting on KERA 90.1 on the date of your choice, providing the date is open. We will credit you three different times as our Day Sponsor. You will be able to attach a short personal dedication. (NOT AVAILABLE TO BUSINESSES OR TO ORGANIZATIONS AND SUBJECT TO RESTRICTIONS)
Journalism icon Jim Lehrer was a cherished part of our public broadcasting community who held a special connection to North Texas. The Jim Lehrer Roundtable honors Jim’s proud legacy in the world of journalism and recognizes donors who generously give an annual gift of $10,000.
Please join The Jim Lehrer Roundtable or renew your support today!
Be proud and show off your inner nerd with this 11-ounce black ceramic mug, which includes full-color Public Radio Nerd logo on one side and the KERA Bubble logo on the other side.
Spays or neuters one small shelter dog or cat to prevent pet overpopulation and promote a healthy community.
Provides core vaccinations and a microchip for one dog or cat.
Provides pupsicles, treat boxes and other exciting in-shelter activities for one shelter dog or cat for a week.
The freedom to think what you want and to say what you think has always generated a pushback of regulation and censorship. This raises the thorny question: to what extent does free speech actually endanger speech protection? This book examines today's calls for speech legislation and places it into historical perspective, using fascinating examples from the past 200 years, to explain the historical context of laws regulating speech. Over time, the freedom to speak has grown, the ways in which we communicate have evolved due to technology, and our ideas about speech protection have been challenged as a result. Now more than ever, we are living in a free speech paradox: powerful speakers weaponize their rights in order to silence those less-powerful speakers who oppose them. By understanding how this situation has developed, we can stand up to these threats to the freedom of speech.
Research-backed, accessible, and uplifting, Say the Right Thing charts a pathway out of cancel culture toward more meaningful and empathetic dialogue on issues of identity. It also gives us the practical tools to do good in our spheres of influence. Whether managing diverse teams at work, navigating issues of inclusion at college, or challenging biased comments at a family barbecue, Yoshino and Glasgow help us move from unconsciously hurting people to consciously helping them.
One (1) Ticket to The Moth Mainstage" at Moody Performance Hall on Wednesday, May 31st at 7:30 pm. Only 27 tickets available. Tickets will be delivered 2-3 weeks before the event. Tickets are located on the Floor in Front Orchestra. Tickets will be assigned in the order donations are received.
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The Moody Performance Hall is located at 2520 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201.
One (1) Ticket to The Moth Mainstage" at Moody Performance Hall on Wednesday, May 31st at 7:30 pm. Only 30 tickets available. Tickets will be delivered 2-3 weeks before the event. Tickets are located on the Floor in Rear Orchestra. Tickets will be assigned in the order donations are received.
New "Keep Radio Public" Cotton Short Sleeve T-shirt with the KERA News logo
Feeds the pets of one North Texas family through the SPCA of Texas' Russell H. Perry Pet Resource Center.
Poignant, laugh-out-loud funny, and emotionally satisfying, B.F.F. explores what happens when we finally break the habits that impair our ability to connect with others, and the ways that one life--however messy and imperfect--can change another.
Former refugee and award-winning author Dina Nayeri begins with this question, turning to shocking and illuminating case studies in this book, which grows into a reckoning with our culture's views on believability. From persuading a doctor that she'd prefer a C-section to learning to "bullshit gracefully" at McKinsey to struggling, in her personal life, to believe her troubled brother-in-law, Nayeri explores an aspect of our society that is rarely held up to the light.
This volume examines crucial concerns in palliative care, including the proper balance between comfort and cure for the patient, the integration of spiritual well-being, and the challenges of providing care in the absence of basic medical services and supplies.
In the first section, palliative-care pioneers Constance Dahlin, Eduardo Bruera, Neil MacDonald, and Declan Walsh recount the early history of the discipline. Part 2 discusses the role of poetry, prose, plays, and other aspects of the humanities in the practice of palliative care. Part 3 explores essential current issues in the field, including autonomy, the use of opioids, and the impact of artificial intelligence on the evolution of palliative care. The final section focuses on the spiritual dimensions of pain and suffering.
Rich with anecdotes and personal stories and featuring contributions from pioneers and current practitioners, The Pursuit of Life is an essential assessment of the past, present, and future of palliative care.
In addition to the editors, the contributors include W. Andrew Achenbaum, Stacy L. Auld, Elena Pagani Bagliacca, Costantino Benedetti, Courtenay Bruce, Eduardo Bruera, Joseph Calandrino, Jim Cleary, Constance Dahlin, Andrea Ferrari, Mauro Ferrari, Joseph J. Fins, Bettie Jo Tennon Hightower, Kathryn B. Kirkland, Robin W. Lovin, Neil MacDonald, Charles Millikan, Dominique J. Monlezun, Tullio Proserpio, Giovanna Sironi, Daniel P. Sulmasy, and Declan Walsh.
Your pets probably listen to KERA as much as you do--so why not pick up this cute thank you gift for your furry loved one! 14oz. Matte/Gloss ceramic bowl, red in color, with white text: "SIT. STAY. LISTEN." and KERA bubble logo.