8 O’Clock Buzz host Bob Jacobson interviews studio guests Ken Taylor, Executive Director of Wisconsin Council on Children and Families and Linda Ketcham, Executive Director of Madison Area Urban Ministry (MUM) regarding a new Kids Count report on the impact on children of having incarcerated parents and about work MUM is doing to address the problem […]
How has awareness of domestic violence changed? What can the police department do? What can’t they do? What can people do to help prevent domestic violence? Carousel Bayrd talks with Alder Amanda Hall, Tony Gibart, and Madison Police Department Captain Brian Ackeret on domestic violence and the two related deaths in Madison in 2016.
Stan Woodard is back, joined the whole hour with Brian Martin, author of “Invincible: The 10 Lies You Learn Growing Up with Domestic Violence, and the Truths to Set You Free” From http://brianfmartin.com/ In*vin*ci*ble: incapable of being overcome “When you grow up living with domestic violence, witnessing those you love tear each other down with […]
On this edition of a Public Affair we continued our conversation about sexual assault on college campuses. Why is it so prevalent? Are we protecting the victims or the perpetrators? How will the decision in the Steel case impact domestic violence victims and survivors? Listen to find out more!
On Tuesday October 1st we talked about domestic abuse and how groups like the Domestic Abuse Intervention Service are being put into action. Our host Carousel Bayrd talked with Shannon Barry, the executive director of DAIS, about what they’re doing to help domestic abuse victim and survivors.
On Tuesday, December 11, host Aaron Perry speaks with Professor Beth Richie, author of Arrested Justice: Black Women, Violence, and America’s Prison Nation. Beth Richie is a professor at University of Illinois at Chicago and Director of a research institute that looks at race and public policy. She has also been an activist in the […]