On Friday January 11th, host Esty Dinur spoke with the renowned environmentalist and author Derrick Jensen.
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“Having lived through the transition from being an accepted and rather privileged member of society and from one day to the next being a total outcast and victim, I learned something about how society can manipulate people,” Lerner said in 2002. “I applied that to understanding how it was possible to manipulate half the people […]
The Monday January 14 Access Hour is produced by local singer-songwriter-poet Carell Casey. Carell performs mostly her own songs and other pieces live in the studio and plays tracks from her CD. She also reads some of her own poetry and prose. We’d like to thank Carell for accepting this date on short notice after originally […]
Madtown Preppers is a Madison-based community organization dedicated to preparing people for survival/emergency situations. Andre Leger, the organization founder, sat down with Tony to discuss the best ways a person can be ready for anything. Aside from scaring our host half to death, Andre […]
Allen interviewed Rick Rozoff from “Stop NATO.com.” They discussed how, according to Rozoff, NATO has exacerbated conflicts around the world through select and ultimately detrimental intervention.
On Tuesday, January 8, our host Aaron Perry spoke with Enis Ragland, honored with the Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Civility in Public Discourse Award, presented by Mayor Paul Soglin. Enis, raised in Milwaukee, has worked for the city of Madison for eighteen years at the Mayor’s Office, the Affirmative Action Department and the Office of Community Services. […]