KOJO Productions is an organization that works with local people in the areas of music, theater and motivational rap. Founder Richard Scott Sr. spoke about a new initiatives called “My Place.”
Norm Stockwell joined Buzz host Aaron Perry and spoke about his upcoming travel to Tanzania where he will attend the World Social Forum and teaching young people about community radio.
87% of Black and 94% of Latino children attending elementary schools serving South Madison residents are reading at grade level.
Neuropsychologist Dr. Carey Gleason and Theresa Sanders, recently retired Long Term Care Manager for Dane County Government, join Aaron and Haywood to talk about memory, aging, and Alzheimers.
Tuesday Buzz host Aaron Perry talks with Fabu Carter and Hanna Blazel from the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center about Alzheimer’s and their upcoming events.
Edward Walton of Black Men Run talks about alarming health trends among black men as young as 20 and the importance of encouraging African American males to get out and be active.