“Larry Long on Social Issues” will be broadcast tonight, Monday, March 20, at 9 PM on Channel 6, the Metro Cable Network. Channel 6 interconnects the 14 cable systems in the seven county metro area, reaching approximately 1.86 million.  

The interview tonight is a biographical interview and I’m very proud of this piece because I feel it captures who I am. I hope you’ll tune in.

American Journey: Tales from a Troubadour

Larry Long will present American Journey:  Tales from a Troubadour, as part of “TED” Talks—Vallarta Style on Tuesday, April 18th, from 10 am to noon at Boutique Theatre on Basilio Badillo 287, Emiliano Zapata, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.  Admission is $250 pesos per session, per person, and includes a post-presentation opportunity for questions, comments, sharing and audience interaction.

Helen Tsuchiya, 
Japanese-American Internment Survivor, Passes Away at 92

Helen Tsuchiya passed away at the age of 92 on February 4, 2017. As she shared with young people through Larry’s  ‘Elders’ Wisdom, Children Song’ program about her Japanese-American Internment experience in World War II, “When you think about it, it’s my parents who really suffered. Now I want to share my story with the children so it will never happen again.”  In return the children and Larry honored her in song. As the closing verse to Be Kind To All That Live reads:

If I were to change tomorrow
I would start here right now
To help put an end to sorrow
I know we each know how

Be kind to all that live

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