W4CY 2/18/2021-2:00PM ET W4VET 2/21/2021 9:00 PM

Our first guest is Fred Litwin the author of several books and has written articles for the National Post, The Ottawa Citizen, and The Toronto, among others. His 2015 book, Conservative Confidential: Inside the Fabulous Blue Tent details his journey from left-wing, anti-nuclear activist to becoming a gadfly in the right. Today he will be discussing his newest book  On The Trail of Delusion: Jim Garrison: The Great Accuser.

The Trail of Delusion exposes the truth about Jim Garrison, the New Orleans District Attorney, who ‘solved’ the JFK assassination in 1967. Litwin had been interested in the JFK assassination since he was young, his latest book is the result of his incessant research into the topic, which debunks conspiracy theorists and proves there was only one gunman: Lee Harvey Oswald. Litwin is a marketing professional, who worked for Intel Corporation, and organized the launch of the Pentium II in Asia. In 2000, he founded Northern Blues Music, a cutting-edge blues label. The company has released over 70 CDs and has garnered 12 Juno Awards and over 40 Blues Music Award nominations. For more information visit his website at  http://www.OnTheTrailofDelusion.com

Lakesha Dickerson a woman living with Sickle Cell Disease (SDC) and an experienced healthcare professional, knows what it’s like to battle the devastating effects of SCD and the challenges our healthcare system presents in addressing it. She also knows the importance of taking vital steps to maintain consistent care. A nurse who recently relocated to Texas to combat the country-wide nursing shortage during COVID-19, Lakesha knows first-hand the toll the pandemic has taken on those living with SCD, as well as the importance of receiving continued care when managing a chronic illness. She wants to encourage vaccine confidence, especially in those managing SCD.


Joining her today is Dr. Biree Andemariam the chief medical officer of the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America (SCDAA) and founding director of the New England Sickle Cell Institute (NESCI) at the University of Connecticut Health Center. Dr. Andemariam is passionate about educating around the importance of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in order to provide vulnerable patient communities an opportunity to safely continue their treatment regimens. For more information, please visit: SickleCellSpeaks.com and the SCDAA’s website, SickleCellDisease.org

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