Wnyc, Alison Stewart, Dr Stephanie Moulton Sarkis discussed on Midday on WNYC


Brought to you by you many juicers, please leave me acne cream for dogs. Cats. You're listening to all of it on WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart coming up in a little bit. We're going to talk about what gas lighting means. And why the term is so popular right now with Dr Stephanie Moulton Sarkis, she's written a book called gas lighting, recognizing manipulative emotionally abusive people and break free. That's coming up in just a little bit. But we wanna take a moment because this is the first day of our membership drive. I'm joining studio by Jacqueline Cincotta and WNYC's program director. Hi, alison. Hi, everybody. Yes. It is the first day of our fall fundraiser, this is really important work that we do. I know some of you might think oh, the pledge drive is here again. Oh, well, but you know, it's vital and important work raising the money that keeps this radio station on the air and the best way that we can get that message through to you is by talking directly to you. And that's why we do these on-air fundraisers. Let me just get the number out there. It's eight. Eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two eight eight eight three seven six WNYC. You can also pledge at WNYC dot org. And the next thing I want to tell you is that listener support contributions from you are the single largest source of our funding. Just let that simmer for a moment. Think about that. We run a multimedia independent journalistic organization pretty much primarily relying on voluntary contributions. It's not the kind of a business model you might want to go to the Bank with. But you know, it works really well for us here in public radio. And that's why we do it. And it is a success when you make.

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