Natalie Deibel, NARAL Pro-Choice Wisconsin Board Member, and Jennifer Smith discuss the bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks in Wisconsin.
Director Noami Bielefeldt and actor Emily Morrison-Weeks discuss A Sky Painted Brown, an original play by Madison-area playwrights, which exposes the daily indignities a bullied student endures in tandem with the well-meaning but sometimes misguided responses from friends, parents, and teachers.
Siri Carpenter, a Madison-based science writer, discusses what she describes as the “chilling effect” on discussion of topics like climate change and Walker’s cuts to science and environmental stewardship funds.
Charles L. Hughes, assistant professor of history at Oklahoma State University, discusses music and race in the American South. Hughes focuses on what he describes as the “country-soul triangle.”
Winn Dixie’s Andy Moore plays live in the WORT studio. Check out Winn Dixie Saturday, June 13th at the Marquette Waterfront Festival’s Cottonwood Stage at 12:30 PM. Photo credit Nick Berard