International Education Week celebrates the international partnerships of the UW Madison that make this institution so great. Steven Barcus talks about some of the activities, including a Global Engagement Fair, Return Peace Corps story slam, and extends a welcome to all!
Jan talks with Chris Ott, Executive Director of the ACLU of Wisconsin, about the recent vote by the state legislature to add Wisconsin to the bandwagon of states wanting a constitutional convention. They discuss the ramifications and possible outcomes, and what actions can still be taken.
Jan speaks with author and AIDS activist Ann-Christine d’Adeskey about her new book, “The Pox Lover: An Activist’s Decade in NY and Paris”, which details her research diary and growing politics of HIV/AIDS in the 1990’s. She will be speaking at A Room Of One’s Own on Saturday, November 4th, at 3:00.
The Broom Street Theater is putting on several performances of “The White Rose“, a story about protests in Hitler’s Nazi Germany. Jan talks to director, Simone LaPierre and actress Morgan Gorman about the play and how it is relevant today.
Jan talks with Mai Zong Vue about the egg roll fundraiser to support the summer Hmong Language and Culture Enrichment Program, which helps middle school age children learn about their culture.
The Arts & Literature Laboratory is announcing the open call for applications for their 2018 Community Supported Art project. Modeled after Community Supported Agriculture, the concept is simple—collectors buy a share of art comprised of locally-produced works by a select group of artists. Max Puchalsky talks about the process.