“Let’s be careful on July 4th, with all the flag-waving,” says Matt Rothschild, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. There could be plenty of reasons to put away the flags on this Independence Day, from a slippery slope to fascism, curtailed rights to privacy, the US Supreme Court’s failure to address voter suppression and […]
As the US Women’s National Soccer team heads to their third straight title game at the FIFA 2019 Women’s World Cup this Sunday, host Liz DiNovella takes a look at all things women’s athletics, from the trajectory of the US women’s soccer team to image and fashion, media representation and stereotypes of women’s sports. Plus, […]
With the press increasingly under threat, we turn our attention today on all things news and journalism in the changing landscape of print and digital media. Our guest is Rob Chappell, associate publisher of Madison365 to discuss why trustworthy news sources, especially local and community reporting, are more vital than ever.
“Can we imagine a different way of being on the earth? Can we imagine our way into a world where we can say, and live by, the words Enough. We have enough? Can we imagine our way into a world where we change our ideas and behaviors so that the earth can live?” These are […]
“Don’t let the wheelchair fool ya!” That’s the catch phrase of Autumn Neugent, Ms. Wheelchair Wisconsin 2019. For today’s show, we’re joined by Autumn and fellow wheelchair warrior Thabiso Rowan, options counselor at Disability Hub MN, to shine a light on disability activism and advocacy. Over the course of the hour, Autumn and Thabiso share what […]
Tensions between the US and Iran are escalating with the Trump administration’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal and the recent approved-then-cancelled air strike. With the threat of war looming on the horizon, Allen spends the hour with Middle East specialist Scott Harrop to make sense of these developments. Scott Harrop is a specialist on […]