Name calling hurts and bullying is painful. Local 10-year-old author Jaia Davis was inspired to write ”I am F.A.T: Based Upon Real Life Events” after experiencing bullying when she was in the 4th grade. Join Jaia as she shares how she coped with bullying and provides tools to help everyone, young and old, deal with […]
Jane Collins Professor of Community & Environmental Sociology and Gender & Women’s Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison The Great Recession not only shook Americans’ economic faith but also prompted powerful critiques of economic institutions. This timely book explores three movements that gathered force after 2008: the rise of the benefit corporation, which requires social responsibility and […]
Nathan Englander Novelist A prisoner in a secret cell. The guard who has watched over him a dozen years. An American waitress in Paris. A young Palestinian man in Berlin who strikes up an odd friendship with a wealthy Canadian businessman. And The General, Israel’s most controversial leader, who lies dying in a hospital, the […]
Join us at 702WI to hear author Ashley Shelby read from and discuss her new novel SOUTH POLE STATION. See website for tickets: www.702wi.com/eventscalendar
New York Times bestselling author Michael Perry comes to 702WI to read and discuss his latest book, DANGER, MAN WORKING. Space is limited, and the event includes snacks and surprises. See website for tickets: www.702wi.com
How can Stonewall be explained to young adults? How did a raid of the Stonewall Inn become a catalyst that triggered an explosive demand for gay rights? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!