“I may forgive your actions, but I don’t know if I can ever again embrace the person you needed to be in order to do them.” —Lilada Gee Today, we wrap-up our month long series on domestic violence with today’s topic: Forgiving the Unforgivable, with guest Ulysses “Butch” Slaughter. Host Lilada Gee speaks with him by […]
“Black women we need, More places and spaces Where we can hear and tell our stories, The ones long forgotten. Because no one remembers or even knew our names, In the first place.” – Lilada Gee We continue our Domestic Violence Awareness series with today’s show “Dying to Survive: When Domestic Violence Becomes Deadly.” Guest Yolan […]
During this month, in observance of Domestic Violence Awareness month, guest host Lilada Gee will cover an important topic related to domestic violence. Today’s topic is teen dating violence, with guests Erika Lee and Sherry Lucille. Erika Lee is the founder of P.U.R.S.E. Foundation (Partnering Under Real Situations Everyday) and a youth motivational speaker who […]
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This month, Lilada Gee joins us every Wednesday as host to break this down, discuss, and raise awareness to help end domestic violence. Today she is joined by Dr. Alice Belcher and a survivor of domestic violence sharing her story. Dr. Belcher is a long-time member of the movement to […]
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.