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The "Increasing Equity and Access to Contraception in Arkansas Initiative" led by University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock provides long-acting reversible contraceptive devices to uninsured women who've just given birth. The initiative aims to reduce unintended pregnancies says Nirvana Manning, M.D., chair of UAMS Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

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The Latest from The Lunch Hour, a monthly concert celebrating local music and food

In this lunch hour performance, KUAF invited Mike Day!

Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, Day uses his upbringing as motivation to create film portraying Black life in America. Day discovered his passion for film while focusing on Broadcast Journalism and African American studies at the University of Arkansas.

Enjoy his live performance with us and support the next generation of Black Filmmakers!

And you can watch all past Lunch Hour performances and conversations at KUAF's YouTube page and learn more about The Lunch Hour here.

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