Robert Jacobs, a historian of nuclear technologies and radiation technopolitics at the Hiroshima Peace Institute of Hiroshima City University, discusses the Hanford nuclear reservation recent leak, history, and future. Later, journalist and author Andrew Cockburn shares his view of the Trump-Comey-Russia (and Israel and Saudi Arabia) situation.
“There is no footprint too small to leave an imprint on this world.” -Unknown We continue May’s theme of Black Motherhood with a heartfelt conversation with two mothers that have lost their children, way too soon. And we know that it is always way too soon to lose a child. First, Lilada is joined by her […]
Two women leaders join Carousel today: State Representative Chris Taylor on her proposed Use of Force legislation for law enforcement, and Marilyn Townsend about her unanimous Wisconsin Supreme Court victory for workers.
This month is National Bike Month, and today we be celebrate the bicycle: bikes, riders, and those who write about bicycles. Today Patty focuses on people who were not bicycle commuters in the sense of “ride your bike to and from your job this week.” Instead, she looks at the people who rode bikes across the Mexico/U.S. border in […]
Sinclair Broadcasting, a pro-Trump company, has just acquired Tribune Media. Media critic Michael Corcoran discusses the meaning of the conglomerate and what happens now. Michael Corcoran is a media critic and journalist who writes about media policy. His article “Trump Uses Power of FCC to Pay Back Friends at Sinclair Broadcasting” was recently published by […]
Tonight, May 11th, check out “Addressing Seriously the Environmental Crisis: A bold, ‘Outside the Box’ Proposal to Address Climate Change and Other Forms of Environmental Destruction” – a talk with Professor Kim Scipes at the Madison Central Library (201 W. Mifflin) at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Scipes speaks with Allen on this, and how to address people […]