Radio show explores how to inspire people to become world citizens

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LAKE COUNTY – On Saturday, July 12, longtime Lake County residents Norman Fleishman and his daughter, Saro Fleishman, will join Steve and Catherine Elias on their KPFZ 88.1 Saturday morning show “One Side Now” (one side at a time) to address the question, "How can we inspire people to become world citizens?"


The show airs at 10 a.m.


Saro Fleishman is an elementary school teacher and her father teaches on mass media and has taught public speaking at Mendocino College. He also worked in Hollywood with writers and producers for many years, and has a sense of the power of the media, including great stories, to inspire change.


Both Norman and Saro Fleishman spent some of their formative years at Play Mountain Place, a humanistic alternative school founded by Norman's dad and stepmother more than 60 years ago.


They believe the atmosphere at the school was conducive to encouraging a sense of being a citizen of the world, and will discuss how what they learned at Play Mountain Place can translate into today’s educational system.


The program will repeat the following Monday morning at 9 a.m.


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