Objection to the RuleHosted by Orie Givens, Violet Baron, Rosemary Misdary, Rachel Cleary. Objection to the Rule is RFB’s answer to the repetitive chatter on the Sunday morning talk circuit. A mixture of news, discussion, interviews and stories from a Brooklyn lens,. Objection to the Rule will give a voice to Brooklyn communities and tackle topics that represent the diverse issues of our neighborhoods. Hosted by a rotating group of RFB hosts and produced by Queer State of Mind’s Orie Givens, Objection to the Rule is the new voice for Brooklyn communities to speak out and speak up!
Listen LIVE every Sunday at 1:00 pm
Category: News, Politics, Talk
About Orie Givens, Violet Baron, Rosemary Misdary, Rachel Cleary
Orie Givens (Executive Producer) is a senior communications professional and multimedia journalist based in Brooklyn, New York. A graduate of the Ohio State University and the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism, Orie reports at the intersection of social justice, race and ethnicity, politics and public affairs and is currently a general assignment reporter for Spectrum News. Orie is also the Executive Producer of RFB talk show Queer State of Mind Director of News and Community Engagement for RFB.
Violet Baron (Senior Producer) is a journalist, audio producer, communications professional–and Brooklyn Native– interested in telling community stories through an empathetic lens. Her previous work includes covering finance with Pageant Media and has contributed to Harvard Magazine, the Pennsylvania Gazette and The University of Chicago Magazine.
Rosie Misdary (Producer/Host) is an international issues reporter having worked across the globe. She also hosts weekly show Brooklyn Conversation on Sundays at 12p on Radio Free Brooklyn.
Rachel Cleary (Producer/Host) is a longtime Radio Free Brooklyn personality and host of RFB’s Hear and Now with Rachel C and a contributor to Brooklyn Bandstand. A lifelong New Yorker, she studied Psychology and political science as an undergraduate and holds a Masters Degree in Urban and Multicultural Education. She has been involved in local and national social activism for many years, via organizations like The Federation Of East Village Artists, United For Peace and Justice, and The Lady Parts Justice League. She was a regular performer at The Bowery Poetry Club. She is a staff reporter for the Shadow Press, contributing pieces on legal issues and reviews of film and art addressing social and political issues.
External Website: www.radioqueerminded.com