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Why I Support WBHM: Mina Khan

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WBHM member Mina Khan.

During This Pledge Drive, We’re asking WBHM Members why they listen and what WBHM means to them.

Mina Khan is a WBHM member from Trussville. To start her day off right, she tunes into Morning edition during her hour-and-a-half commute.

“When I have to start my day at work,” she says, “I cannot sit and listen to a story that’s so engaging that I don’t really want to turn off my radio.”

Kahn doesn’t stop after the car radio turns off.

“I instantaneously start up my app on my phone and it carries me into my office,” says Mina, “I don’t have to worry about missing any stories anymore.”

Mina challenges listeners to call in and support WBHM. “If we don’t support public radio, who will?”

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