Fitz in the Morning Episode #275 Monday 06/01/20

This is “Be A Light” Week. Fitz wants everyone listening to know we are a sounding board for you, and we will listen to you, and while we may not understand everything you feel because we have not had your personal experience, we want you to be heard and, above all, respected. While the Hourly Bulletin does cover the peaceful protests along with the widespread looting curfews and National Guard presence, we also hear in The Good Stuff about Flint, Michigan, County Sheriff Chris Swanson who along with and his officers joined peaceful protesters in their march and they gladly accepted him. And we hear from Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms reacting to the tensions in her city as she navigates being a mother to four young black men. In the Fitz Files, Thomas Rhett and his wife speak about being an interracial family, Dan and Shay break their social media silence to talk about educating our children, Taylor Swift goes directly after President Trump on Twitter, and the Garth Brooks Bio Doc “The Road I’m On” is now on Netflix. Today’s Troop Salute is AO3 Ziven Meyer of the US Navy. And yes, we have some Monday Motivation to inspire you and lift your spirits.