On Monday April 29th, host John Quinlan interviewed Emma Sokoloff-Rubin, co-author of “Sustaining Activism: A Brazilian Women’s Movement and a Father-Daughter Collaboration.”
On Wednesday April 17th, host John Quinlan interviewed Todd Price about the book he co-edited, “Defending Public Education from Corporate Takeover.”
On Monday April 8th, host John Quinlan interviewed Susan O’Leary who previewed her Tuesday program for the United Nations Association “Visiting Nanking to Promote Reconciliation between China and Japan around the 1937 Massacre of Chinese Civilians by the Japanese Military.” This is an effort led by her friend and teacher, the internationally-renowned artist and peace activist Kazuaki Tanahashi, who will be presenting a display of his work in Madison in August.
On Monday April 1st, John Quinlan previewed the performance this Thursday (April 4th) of a one man play–We Belong to the Land–based on the life of world-renowned Palestinian peacemaker, Elias Chacour.
John Quinlan interviewed the candidates for the Dane County Circuit Court: Attorney Rhonda Lanford and Judge Rebecca St. John. The election is Tuesday, April 2nd.
On Monday March 18th, host John Quinlan interviewed Wenonah Hauter, the director of Food and Water Watch, who was in Madison Monday night speaking at the Goodman Center at an event hosted by the Food Rights Network, a project of Madison’s Center for Media and Democracy. She just came out with the book “Foodopoly.”