Dr. Lori Kido Lopez discusses Asian-American films and documentaries. Madison’s Asian American Media Spotlight is hosting a series of five films on October 10 & 11, featuring Anna May Wong and Curtis Chin (and others). Check the group’s Facebook page for more info.
Friar Junipero Serra, early Catholic missionary to California in the 18th century, was recently canonized by Pope Francis. This action sparked renewed protests over the reports of torture, murder, and disease which ravaged the native population in the name of conversion to Christianity. Bill Berkowitz discusses with Jan Miyasaki and writes about this and other […]
Jan Miyasaki speaks with Russell Mokhiber, editor of “Corporate Crime Reporter” about his investigations of corporate crimes which go unpunished, either to the corporation or individuals in charge of the offending corporations. Mr. Mokhiber feels that this lax enforcement of regulations undermines U.S. justice.
Andrew Hanauer, Campaigns Director for Jubilee USA Network, discusses the organizations efforts to develop world-wide principles to resolve disputes and provide global bankruptcy resolution.
Jan Miyasaki interview Ambassador John E. Lange (ret.) and Barbara Nichols about the mission of the United Nations Association (UNA) and the local Dane County chapter, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary with a luncheon and keynote speech by Ambassador Lange. The group’s goal is to connect people and ideas with the United Nations to […]
Dr. Sarah Van Orman, Executive Director of the University Health Services at U.W. Madison, discusses some of the information obtained from a multi-campus survey on sexual assault and sexual misconduct on campus. More information at www.uhs.wisc.eduAAUsurvey.html