“Reclaiming Armistice Day”: To interview veterans, play relevant music, read poetry of WW I, and discuss the true/original history/ meaning of Armistice Day. Veterans for Peace are troubled by the way Americans observe Veterans Day on November 11th “It was originally called Armistice Day, and established by Congress in 1926 to “perpetuate peace through good […]
This is a one-hour spoken word program featuring Nathan J. Reid’s original work, which he shares in both a live and pre-recorded capacity. There’s also a wonderful rendition of “The Raven” by Edgar Allen Poe to honor Halloween.
Music and Musings — Don Kliese shares “an hour of music and deep(?) thoughts on our current social mess.” In truth, with the help of music from the likes of Megadeth and Queensriche and Alice in Chains, Don expresses the anger, frustration, and despair many share about the situation in the world today. He also […]
Members of the Mad Roller Derby organization, formerly the Mad Rollin’ Dolls, converse with Emily Ruzicka about stuff happening with the group, including its new name as Mad Roller Derby, its recently created non-profit status and continuing community work, and its hopes and work toward involving more people and finding or building its own skating […]
Brother Eugene and compatriot Melissa offer a program of discussion and music that speaks of peace, love, and unity and brings an awareness of uplifting people of all walks of life, including those people who are currently incarcerated and those people who are formerly incarcerated.
Dave Devereaux-Weber hosts a discussion group made up of representatives from several nonprofit organizations in Madison, to talk about what they are, what they do, why they do it as nonprofits, and how things can come together in the anticipated Madison Nonprofit Day. The discussion and event are put together by Alnisa Allgood and the […]