Lee Fahrney, WCC Outreach & Public Relations Officer, and Kari Lee-Zimmerman, the DNR liaison to the WCC, join Patty on A Public Affair to discuss the upcoming Wisconsin Conservation Congress hearings. This year, the hearings will be held Monday, April 10th. The Wisconsin Conservation Congress missions states it is “the only statutory body in the state […]
Esty Dinur speaks with Blair Anderson on the phone from Detroit. Anderson was one of the original members of the Black Panthers, and was one of the activists shot during the assassination of Fred Hampton, Deputy Chairman, Illinois and Defense Captain Mark Clark.
Allen Ruff interviews journalist and political commentator Thomas Frank , author of the recent “Listen, Liberal or, What Ever Happened to the Party of the People.” The book gives a historical look at the rise of the “professional class” in the Democratic Party, the abandonment of the party’s traditional popular base, and the results.
“The way to achieve your own success is to be willing to help somebody else get it first.” —Iyanla Vanzant This episode is part ongoing series that celebrates the leadership of Women-of-Color in the greater Madison area, with a focus of those who are leading mainstream organizations, many of whom that have historically have not been lead […]
What is the general impression of the budget for low-income individuals in Wisconsin? What’s good in the budget? What should we be worried about? Today longtime public interest attorney Vicky Selkowe joins Carousel Bard in the studio to discuss the Wisconsin State Budget and its impact on people in poverty in our state. Later, Dee Hall calls in […]
We continue our candidate series with District 8 candidates for Madison City Council. Joining guest host Bert Zipperer in the studio is incumbent Zach Wood and challenger John Terry Jr. District 8 covers most of the University of Wisconsin campus. Zach Wood was elected for his first term in 2015. John Terry, who was formerly homeless, […]