What’s the difference between meditation and mindfulness? What are the benefits of meditation in daily life? Today Karma Chavez talks with Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari about mindfulness and meditation.
Today host Karma Chavez talks with Shereen Yousuf, a PhD student in communication arts at UW-Madison who studies representations of Muslims, about the recent anti-Muslim incidents and comments from Ahmed Mohamed to Donald Trump, and Islamophobia in the contemporary public sphere.
What safety improvements can be made to Madison’s bike paths and neighborhood watches? Today Karma Chavez talks with Erin Thornley Parisi, executive director of the Rape Crisis Center about the attack that occurred last weekend on the Capital City Trail, and issues surrounding sexual assault, and Dayna Long, organizer of tomorrow night’s Take Back the Bike Path March.
Today Karma Chavez talks with Palestinian activist Haitham Salawdeh. Haitham is a relative of the infant killed by Israeli settlers who fire bombed their house in the West Bank last month.
Today Karma Chavez talks with Dane County Supervisors Heidi Wegleitner, John Hendrick and Shelia Stubbs about the racial equity analysis and the plan for the next several years to address what was in it.
Today Karma Chavez talks the evolution and history of the Young Lords of New York, their relationship to Puerto Rican nationalism, and the intersectionality with gender in the movement with Darrel Wanzer-Serrano, author of “The New York Young Lords and the Struggle for Liberation.”