Today we explore working alternatives to the capitalist system with people who are running these initiatives. They will present in the MANs (Mutual Aid Networks)-UP conference, to be held in Madison starting next Friday, August 26. Guests are Madison’s Stephanie Rearick, founder of the Dane County TimeBank and Creative Director of Mutual Aid Networks; Kate […]
What does the new Restorative Justice Initiative mean for low-level youth offenders? Today host Carousel Bayrd talks with YWCA’s Ali Treviño-Murphy and Timebank’s Stephanie Rearick and Lorrie Hurckes to discuss the new initiative that allows youths who receive a Municipal Violation from the City of Madison to go through a restorative justice program instead of court.
Last week we had Amelia Royko Maurer and Stephanie Rearick in the studio to talk about the tragic death of Madison musician Paul Heenan. Heenan was shot to death by a police officer in early November of last year. The circumstances of his death have left many friends and neighbors asking questions about the police’s policies.
Amelia Royko Maurer spoke with Tony Castaneda today about the tragic events surrounding Paulie Heenan. Paulie Heenan was shot to death by a Madison police officer on Baldwin Street in early November of 2012. Maurer, a musician, worked closely with Heenan in the recording studio. She described Heenan as having maternal instincts in […]
On Thursday July 12th, Allen Ruff hosted a program on “Fixing the Future;” contemporary alternative workers’ and consumers’ experiments – coops, time banks, etc. He interviewed Stephanie Rearick: founder and Director of the Dane County TimeBank and Project Coordinator of Time For the World/ Build For the World. In addition to her work in timebanking, Rearick is co-owner […]