On Wednesday February 20th, host Tim Hansel spoke with Executive director of Outreach Steve Starkey and Wilma’s Found founder Donald Haar regarding homelessness in the LGBT population.
On Tuesday February 19th, Norm Stockwell spoke with a distinguished panel of guests regarding Governor Scott Walker’s proposed state budget. The panel included journalist Rebecca Kemble from The Progressive Magazine, Mike McCabe from the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, Jon Peacock from the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, and Robert Craig from Citizen Action Wisconsin.
On Monday February 18th, host John Quinlan interviewed Annie Rachele Lanzillotto, author of “L is for Lion: An Italian Bronx Butch Freedom Memoir,” a lesbian performance artist’s coming out story grounded in her life as a Bronx tomboy.
The U.S. Postal Service has announced it will end Saturday home delivery of letters and other first-class mail, but will still deliver packages, starting in August. Host Esty Dinur interviewed Dr. Gray Brechin, founder of the Living New Deal Project, on the fate of the USPS.
On Valentine’s day Thursday February 14th, host Allen Ruff discussed topics of local concern with journalist Rebecca Kemble. They discussed the anniversary of the Wisconsin Uprising.
On Wednesday February 13th, host Karma Chavez interviewed author Susan Crawford about her recent book, “Captive Audience: The Telecom Industry and Monopoly Power in the New Gilded Age.”