David Hart, Co-founder of the Harlem Renaissance Museum, joins the 8 O’Clock Buzz and Jonathan Zarov to talk about the opening and the connection between the Harlem Renaissance and the Midwest.
Bill Lueders, director of the Money & Politics Project at the Center for Investigative Journalism, joins 8 O’Clock Buzz host Jonathan Zarov to talk about whether policy makers really care about what people think.
Gene Purcell, executive director for the Educational Communications Board (ECB), talks with Friday Buzz host Jonathan Zarov about Gov. Walker’s proposed cuts, effective ending state funding of Wisconsin’s public radio and TV.
Robert Kraig, executive director of Citizen Action of Wisconsin, joins Friday 8 O’Clock Buzz host Jonathan Zarov to talk about Scott Walker, the state budget, the UW, and health care.
Ritt Deitz recently wrote the op-ed “Is France’s hidden wound beginning to heal?” for the Cap Times; he and Friday Buzz host Jonathan Zarov discuss racism in a multicultural society.
M Adams, a leader in the Young Gifted and Black Coalition, and Amelia Maurer, a police reform advocate, join Jonathan Zarov on the 8 O’Clock Buzz to talk more about body cams and whether they might help to prevent police violence.