(WORT) — La Communidad News founder and publisher Dante Viscarra speaks with Kristian Knutsen about the status of these bills and the ongoing organizing against them.
Improving Health Outcomes Among Black Men
(WORT) — African American men face serious health disparities, including much higher risks of death from heart disease, stroke and diabetes. But activists and medical professionals are working to address this issue.
Madison365: UW-Madison targets achievement gap with scholarships
(WORT) — Madison365 contributor Alexandria Mason reported on several scholarships the university offers to provide support for students from underrepresented groups. In this interview, she discussed these programs and how they assist students.
Explaining the City of Madison’s Broadband Initiatives
The city of Madison is currently working on a pair of ambitious projects to offer high-speed internet access to its residents. One is a pilot project that would establish fiber connections in four low-income neighborhoods, while the other is a study that investigates the potential for a municipal broadband system.
The Digital Landscape of Radio in the 2010s
Like all media over the last couple of decades, radio is being transformed by ongoing and sometimes rapid changes in the digital landscape.
Percy Brown Jr. on Racism and Equity in Suburban Schools
(WORT) — Percy Brown Jr. is the director of equity and student achievement with the Middleton-Cross Plains School District. Brown spoke to Kristian Knusten on the phone to discuss the intersection of race and education — in Madison and around the Dane County region.
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