Do you know your rights as a tenant? Are you concerned about recent attacks on the homeless in Madison? Karma Chavez talks with Anders Zanichkowsky of the Tenant Resource Center about move in day and changing tenant protections at the state level, and the recent attacks on homeless people by the city.
Was the pepper spray necessary for the protesters at the Black Lives Matter Conference in Cleveland last weekend? When will this pattern of police brutality end? Today host Karma Chavez talked with Brandi Grayson, Alix Shabazz, Lexy Ware and M. Adams from Young Gifted and Black about the Movement for Black Lives Conference, Sandra Bland and the state of the movement.
What’s happening in Gaza one year following Operation Protective Edge? This month marks the one year anniversary of the 51-day War and the Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip, killing nearly 2,200 Palestinians.
Today Karma Chavez was joined by journalist Charlotte Silver and guest host Amanda Zhang to discuss Gaza.
How has the American Disabilities Act changed the quality of life for people with disabilities over the past 25 years? On July 15, host Karma Chávez discussed this and Disability Pride with Kate Moran, Jason Glozier and Rachel Herzl-Betz.
Today host Karma Chavez spoke with professors Kim Tallbear and Robert Warrior to discuss the long history of “red face,” and the controversy that has emerged post-Dolezal about the Nobel-prize-nominated, supposedly native scholar, Andrea Smith.
Gay marriage is legal nationwide, now what? The fate of Obergefell v. Hodges may have been decided last Friday, but the struggle for the LGBTQ community is far from over.