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An Informative Discussion About The Future Of Wisconsin’s Gray W...
Rachel Tilseth of Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin and Manish Bhatt were co-hosts for anther informative discussion regarding Wisconsin’s wild wolf. We will be discussing the Wisconsin Conservation Congress’s (WCC) […]
Subject to Change on the Access Hour
Local Madison band, Subject to Change, played the Access Hour and explored how playing music and creating art can heal trauma. From the band: Over the last two years, we […]
Spring: Love (And Poetry) Is In The Air!
On the first day of Spring, five poets from the Wisconsin Fellowship of Poetry used the Shakespeare theme “Spring: Love (and Poetry) is in the Air!” hosted a poetry Access […]
Dairy Drive Shelters
Karen Andro with MACH OneHealth will be talking about the new “Tiny Houses” at the first City sanctioned campground located on Dairy Drive in Madison. She will interview Brenda Konkel (Executive Director), […]
The COVID Pandemic and Children
COVID in some respects, children have received less public attention than adults during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The Access Hour on February 21 rectifies that imbalance when Letesha Nelson and Miranda […]
The BIPOCALYPSE Podcast
The BIPOCALYPSE Podcast is a conversational format show featuring stories and experiences from people of color in our community and beyond. Episodes are hosted by Carlos Perez, a Madison resident […]
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