Poet, author, and editor Oscar Mireles has been a cultural mainstay of the Madison area for years, focusing his time on education, the arts, and community.
All kinds of labor issues popping up lately — Right to Work (for less), massive city and county union re-organization drives, and the intersection of low-wage worker strikes and the Black Lives Matter movement. Barry Eidlin joins the Buzz to put all this into context.
Ann Bausum is an author who writes books for young people that help them discover the drama and significance of stories from history that may barely be presented in their textbooks. Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
Please join us Thursday for the inaugural Central Park Session, a night of live African music that we’ll be broadcasting and streaming from 5-10 pm. WORT benefits from the proceeds of refreshments and raffle tickets sold at the concert series, so come down to the show and/or listen to the live remote this Thursday!
How has supremacy developed over the years? How has it continued to shape our society? Listen to this edition of APA to learn more!
What has changed about immigration over the years? Check out this edition of APA to learn more!