Zachary Herrnstadt, Government Relations Associate with the Wisconsin Farmers Union discusses issues relating to agribusiness consolidation, campaign finance reform, and educating youth in good farming practices.
Jan Miyasaki interviews Harvard professor Susan GreenHalgh about her new book, “Fat-Talk Nation“, which investigates the war on fat, the riducule, badgering, and bullying which are becoming the “norm” in today’s society
Michele Erickson, Executive Director of Wisconsin Literacy, Inc, talks with Jan Miyasaki about the programs and goals of that organization. Their goals include literacy advocacy, workforce literacy, building the network, and healthcare literacy advocacy. With new healthcare initiatives, health literacy has become a focus of the Wisconsin Health Literacy. This is the 30th anniversary of […]
Jan Miyasaki interviews Teaching Assistants’ Association representative Carl Sack about an upcoming rally “Another Budget is Possible” aimed to protest the state GOP’s attack on science, K-12 education, and higher education in Wisconsin. A rally is planned for Thursday, June 11, starting at 4:30 from the corner of King and Webster Streets, and moving to […]
Alex Aide Shabazz is interviewed by Jan Miyasaki about activities by the Young, Gifted, and Black organization in Madison. They are hosting a 2-day “Youth Organizing Camp” on June 15 and 16th, 2015, at designed to educate youth to identify and solve deep-rooted social problems. The camp is in need or art supplies, help in […]