What is Restorative Justice? Is it a good tool to use instead of punishment? At any level of infraction? Today’s guest is Ali Treviño-Murphy, Eugenia Highland and Orion Wells of the YWCA Madison’s Restorative Justice Department discuss the letter YWCA wrote last week and changes being made throughout Madison to move restorative justice forward.
Tone Madison editor Scott Gordon talks with Jolynne Roorda of Arts + Literature Laboratory, a new venue on the east side at 2021 Winnebago St. Subscribe to the Tone Madison/WORT-FM podcast on iTunes.
How would a new nuclear power plant be different from the plans 50 years ago? Are there any plans for a disposal site? What are the benefits? Patty Peltekos talks with Katie Nekola, general counsel of Clean Wisconsin, to discuss nuclear power in Wisconsin. Nekola has been with Clean Wisconsin since 2005, coordinating legal, media, and organizing campaigns, […]
Brandy Tudor and Joe Copeland of Madison band Little Legend joined Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon to talk about their first full-length album, Orphan League Champs. They will celebrate the album’s release with a Saturday, January 9 show at Mickey’s Tavern. Subscribe to the Tone Madison/WORT-FM podcast on iTunes.
(WORT) — The Woman’s Club of Madison was a power force for change as the city moved into the 20th century. In this episode of the Madison History Podcast, Stu Levitan tells us about a number of progressive reforms championed by the group.
The city of Madison is currently working on a pair of ambitious projects to offer high-speed internet access to its residents. One is a pilot project that would establish fiber connections in four low-income neighborhoods, while the other is a study that investigates the potential for a municipal broadband system.