Today guest host Norm Stockwell talks with Nicolas Lampert, to discuss his new book “A People’s Art History of the United States.” The book spans the conquest of the Americas, the American Revolution, slavery and abolition, feminism, the civil rights movements, anti-nuclear movements, and much more, looking at the role activist art played in social […]
MADISON (WORT) — The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s most notorious prankster Leon Varjian died suddenly this week at his home in New Jersey. We dug deep into the archives and found a rare interview with Varjian from WORT’s A Public Affair first heard in 1988.
51 years ago, the Madison community and the University of Wisconsin campus was shaken by news out of Neshoba County, Mississippi. WORT’s Norm Stockwell prepared this remembrance.
Prolific labor rights activist, singer-songwriter and cartoonist – Joe Hill – is being honored with a nation-wide tour. WORT FM’s own Norm Stockwell remembers Joe Hill 100 years after his execution and reminds us of how relevant his work still is today.
WORT’s Norman Stockwell is on his way to Granada in Spain to follow the trail of an archeologist who is looking for the bones of the Spanish poet and playwright Federico García Lorca.
Norm Stockwell joined Buzz host Aaron Perry and spoke about his upcoming travel to Tanzania where he will attend the World Social Forum and teaching young people about community radio.