First for November 3, 2017

One year later
This week marks one year since voters elected Donald Trump as president. Opinions on the president’s performance vary from group to group and person to person. This week’s First Look examines the Trump impact in Delaware, and what the future holds for Election Day next year.

Education Policy
Governor Carney has made it his mission to reform five high-poverty, low-performing Wilmington schools that are in the Christina School District. State Senator Dave Sokola, chairman of the Senate Education Committee, is here to discuss the issues facing Wilmington’s schools.

Delaware Today: Nanticoke Chief
The 40th annual Nanticoke Indian PowWow took place in September with one noticeable change. The leader of Delaware’s NativeAmerican tribe is chief Natosha Norwood Carmine. She’s the first woman to have that title. Her mission is to ensure future generations know their Nanticoke heritage. It’s our November collaboration with Delaware Today Magazine.

First Experience: The Brimming Horn Meadery
The Vikings have landed in Delaware. We’re not talking about the NFL team. The Brimming Horn Meadery is brewing up the ancient drink known as mead and serving it in their Norse inspired tasting room in Milton. The idea is 20 years in the making.

Hip Hop Museum
Some University of Delaware students pay tribute to a type of music that’s over forty years old, and they do so with creativity, art and education.

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