Jan Miyasaki speaks with Betty Merten abou the U.W. Adaptive Fitness Program, a part of the U.W. Department of Kinesiology. This program focuses on modifying equipment and process to make fitness routines available to disabled.
The most recent “tax reform” proposal by Trump and the Republicans in Congress threaten the future of Social Security — a program with 1% administration costs — that “Works”, according to Nancy Altman, author of “Social Security Works” and co-director of Strengthen Social Security.
Bri Bulski, organizer of Take Back the Night — Madison talks about the rally scheduled for this evening, April 19th, at the City-County building.
Celebrating its 12th year, Nuestro Mundo Community School, a dual-language immersion school and part of the Madison Metropolitan School District, teaches more than Spanish and English, but promotes social activities in the community. Jan Miyasaki interviews its principal, Joshua Forehand, and board member Althea Dotzour for the 8 O’clock Buzz.
President Trump’s proposed 2017 budget includes over $60 billion in new defense spending, paid for by gutting a myriad of other federal programs, including food stamps, science and cultural programming. If you don’t share the President’s spending priorities, you can grouse about it to your representative in Congress, you can emigrate to Canada, or you […]
Saturday is Earth Day, and is also shaping up to be a busy day for activists, featuring not one, but two marches in downtown Madison. The first, the Madison March for Science kicks off at 1:00 p.m. at James Madison Park and ends up at UW’s Science Hall. The second, the Madison Climate March, begins […]