Victor Tan Chen, contributor to the website “In the Fray”, discusses his new book entitled “Cut Loose: Jobless and Hopeless in an Unfair Economy“. The book looks at unemployed auto workers and their psycho/social issues including depression, poor self image after being laid off, and compares some of the issues which differentiate similar workers in […]
Felicia Kornbluh, associate professor at the University of Vermont and co-author of the book “Ensuring Poverty: Welfare Reform After Twenty Years”, discusses the issues surrounding the poor, twenty years after the passage of the bill “Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)” by the republican-led congress and signed by President Bill Clinton. In retrospect (and maybe […]
Jan Miyasaki interviews the 2015 CSW Change-Maker Award winners.
A protest walk from the Dane County Jail to Volk Field Air National Guard Base is happening right now. Jan Miyasaki interviews Joy First, one of the walkers and a member of supporters of the Voice for Creative Nonviolence.
Jan Miyasaki interviews Jennica Skoug, manager of the Goodman Youth Grow Local Farm, and four of her summer interns, Donnette DJ Johnson, Sterling Daniels, Sarah Jacobsen, and Erin Moriearty about the summer activities of the Goodman Farm and their work with introducing agriculture to young kids.