"I think we do need to understand where racism comes from and how it was created, and how bills like this are meant to further divide," said Chanelle Helm, a member of Louisville's Black Lives Matter chapter, according to WFPL
and contributing editor of WFPL
, Louisville, Ky.'s NPR station.
Next, he moved to Louisville, Ky., where he was jazz director at WFPL
and one of the architects of Public Radio Partnership, now Louisville Public Media.
Director of news and editorial strategy at radio station WFPL
News in Louisville, Kentucky, will study the changing perceptions of American history in politics and culture.
Weston was also jazz director at WFPL
in Louisville, Ky., and was one of the architects of Public Radio Partnership, now Louisville Public Media, in Louisville.