What is the level of responsibility and accountability that media has to its readers? What should newspaper editors and cartoonists think about when creating their work? Do cartoonists have a special responsibility to attack society’s ills? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
Ritt Deitz recently wrote the op-ed “Is France’s hidden wound beginning to heal?” for the Cap Times; he and Friday Buzz host Jonathan Zarov discuss racism in a multicultural society.
LA FETE DE MARQUETTE is always a great party, and now everyone can join in! If you can’t camp out in Central Park all weekend, you can still catch some of the music as it’s being broadcast live on WORT Friday evening and Saturday and Sunday afternoons, pre-empting our regular programming this week.
Traditionally, Americans have been presented with the picture of American GIs swooping in on D-Day to rescue the French, including the forever-grateful French women. Mary Louise Roberts, a U.W. Madison French history professor, re-researches the typical portrayals of French-U.S. relations and more critically examines this idealistic picture of the “French kiss”.