Did you know that 24 percent of Milwaukee African-Americans voted for Mitt Romney in 2012 or that before voter ID, it was too easy for some people to vote? These are 2 assertions made by witnesses trying to defend Wisconsin’s voter ID law. Tony Castaneda talks with Mike Browne, Deputy Directory of One Wisconsin Now, […]
What do you mean, ethics of education — you just teach, right? Meira Levinson, Associate Professor of Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education, recently wrote a book entitled “Dilemmas of Educational Ethics” and discusses these issues with Jan Miyasaki.
Linda Benesch from Social Security Works declares that the Social Security System in the U.S. is not dead…or insolvent…or dying, as many politicians have expounded — only misfunded. She discusses the issues with Jan Miyasaki.
Continuing Mental Health Month, Cororinda Rainey-Moore, Brett Wilfred, Lindsay Wallace, and Kristen Ebensen from NAMI Dane County join Haywood to talk art, social justice, and community! More on NAMI Dane County and the National Alliance on Mental Illness in general from their Facebook page or http://www.namidanecounty.org
Pat Dillon from DILLON Gallery joins Haywood to talk art, social justice, and community! Pat’s gallery, Dillon Gallery, is online at http://www.gallerydillon.com https://www.facebook.com/Dillon-Gallery-1609675885951652/
Wisconsin’s Little Plover River has repeatedly dried up in recent years in part due to groundwater depletion from high-capacity wells. Attorney General Brad Schimel issued an opinion last week that the DNR lacks authority to regulate these wells. Tony Castaneda talks with Christa Westerberg, counsel for Friends of the Central Sands, about how this may […]