More than counting birds, the Madison Audubon Society strives to protect and improve habitat, sponsors field trips, provides youth education, and advocates for continued financial support in times when monies are shrinking. Matt Reetz, Executive Director, talks about his love of turkey vultures, Dane County birds and the long term effects of habitat and climate […]
What to do with the old Badger Munitions land? Well, the U.S. Parks service is not pleased with the Wisconsin DNR’s proposal for non-traditional recreational land use, which includes model rocketry, off-road motorcycle and ATV use, and gun range. Laura Olah, Executive Director of Citizens for Safe Water Around Badger, says there was not enough […]
Jan Miyasaki interviews Frieda Werden of the Women’s International News Gathering Service (WINGS) about that group’s 30-plus year effort to bring community radio to the masses, and women to community radio — resulting in more empowered women.
The poor are often taken advantage of because of their financial situation, whether it is a poor person or a poor country. Jubiliee USA Network works to build a world-wide economy that serves, protects, and promotes the most vulnerable. Jan Miyasaki speaks with Eric LaCompte, Executive Director, about payday loans, the Puerto Rico financial problem, and […]
For over 20 years, The Center for Media and Democracy has been looking under the covers, and the cover ups, for the truth behind government and corporate media spin and out-and-out lies. Jan Miyasaki interviews Lisa Graves, the Executive Director of the organization, about the recent court ruling which released the paper trail that Scott […]
What do you mean, ethics of education — you just teach, right? Meira Levinson, Associate Professor of Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education, recently wrote a book entitled “Dilemmas of Educational Ethics” and discusses these issues with Jan Miyasaki.