Waunakee High School librarian works with social studies teacher and social studies students to produce public information works on Wisconsin-related topics. They’re focused on exploring local places, events, and people – featuring places they (and you) can actually visit themselves (and yourselves).
The Savage Class War Radio veterans return in time for May Day 2014…active and important labor news, progressive politics, inspiring music, and shout-outs to the front lines!
Madison Poetry Tribe comes to the airways. It’s a collective of three poets: Brett Mattison, Eric Lindblom, and Joe Brewer. Eric plays guitar and sings and does poetry. Brett does poetry. Joe does poetry and some singing. They have an open session to work on writing, though not like a workshop. Calls are […]
MOSES, the interfaith coalition addressing over-incarceration in Wisconsin, presents a live interview by Fawn Bilgere of MOSES with Minister Caliph Muab’El. There are opportunities for call-in questions and comments. Minister Caliph was formerly incarcerated from the age of 15 to the age of 30 (including 10 years in solitary confinement!) and now runs a mentoring program for at-risk […]
MAMA says…Members of Madison Action for Mining Alternatives (MAMA) discuss indigenous treaty rights, Governor Walker’s pro-mining laws, and what it all means for the environment and the people of Wisconsin. There will be time to call in with questions and comments from listeners, as well as information shared about what YOU can do to stop […]
Members of Wisconsin Wave and a half dozen other groups and organizations meet at the station to talk about Earth Day and to relate Earth Day here with May Day Global Climate Convergence events in Wisconsin.