In a two-part show, host Carousel Bayrd first speaks with State Representative Melissa Sargent about the governor’s new $100 million school safety plan that will not put new limits on guns. Then, she turns to One Wisconsin Now‘s Program Director Analise Eicher to talk about the “Blue Wave” from last week’s elections and how that will inform […]
When Rachel Carson published Silent Spring in 1962, the American public largely woke up to environmental concerns in industry and agriculture and the increasing need for conservation. Host Patty Peltekos spoke with biologist, author, and cancer survivor Sandra Steingraber about the legacy of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring. Ms. Steingraber will be giving a talk on the subject in […]
Host Esty Dinur speaks with two documentary filmmakers who are showing their films at the Wisconsin Film Festival this weekend. Erik Ljung is the director of the film The Blood Is at the Doorstep, which highlights the story of Dontre Hamilton, a man shot fourteen times by a Milwaukee police officer in 2014. It will screen […]
Allen Ruff speaks with Cindy and Craig Corrie, the parents of Rachel Corrie, killed 15 years ago in Rafah while defending a Palestinian home from Israeli demolition. As a lead-up to their Madison visit on Sunday, April 8, they discuss the ongoing work of the Rachel Corrie Foundation, BDS, and the current situation with the […]
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Lilada Gee is dedicating Wednesdays this April to exploring how sexual assault survivors can heal. Her guest today is Samantha Collier, public speaker, filmmaker, and founder of TeamTeal365, an organization that empowers, validates, and educates sexual abuse survivors.
Carousel Bayrd speaks with gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers, who has been Wisconsin State Superintendent of Public Instruction since 2009. He’s running against more than a dozen candidates in the Democratic Primary. Topics discussed include environment and water issues, education and schools, health care, and poverty in the state.