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On this edition of the WBGO Journal, Governor Phil Murphy reacts to the Texas school shooting, we speak to two clinical psychologists as part of Mental Health Awareness Month, 5-time Grammy Award-winning bassist Victor Wooten previews his Jazz Night Fundraiser for the Institute of Music for Children, and Film Critic Harlan Jacobson reviews "Elvis"

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5-time Grammy Award-winning bassist Victor Wooten joins WBGO Journal host Doug Doyle to talk about an upcoming fundraising concert at Kean University for the Institute of Music for Children

On this edition of the WBGO Journal,

We get reaction to the Texas school shooting from New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and WBGO Journal host Doug Doyle chats with two clinical psychologists from Baker Street Behavioral Health, Dr. Joseph Galasso (CEO) and Dr. Carrie Diztel about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and other stressors on youth and older adults.

5-time Grammy Award-winning bassist Victor Wooten previews the upcoming fundraising concert at Kean University for the Institute of Music for Children. The Institute's Executive Director Alysia Souder also joins the program.

and WBGO Film Critic Harlan Jacobson is at the 75th Cannes Film Festival and reviews "Elvis" starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks.

Doug Doyle has been News Director at WBGO since 1998 and has taken his department to new heights in coverage and recognition. Doug and his staff have received more than 200 awards from organizations like PRNDI, AP, New York Association of Black Journalists, Garden State Association of Black Journalists and the New Jersey Society of Professional Journalists.