On Thursday May 23rd, our host Allen Ruff interviewed Sam Gindin, a public intellectual and labor activist.
Joining Tony Casteneda, host of the 8 O’Clock Buzz, on Thursday, May 23, 2013, was Pauline Lipman. Lipman is a professor of Educational Policy Studies and Director of the Collaborative For Equality And Justice In Education at the University of Illinois-Chicago. Also joining the 8 O’Clock Buzz, activist and photojournalist, Jenna Pope.
On Wednesday May 22nd, host Karma Chavez interviewed Hakim Bellamy, who is the Poet Laureate of Albuquerque, NM, about his new book, Swear. They discussed issues of race, capitalism, and arts in the U.S.
The fourth amendment to the United States Constitution is supposed to protect citizens against unreasonable searches and seizures by government agents. But who decides what searches are unreasonable? That question is debated in the courts.
On Tuesday, May 21st, guest host Nigel O’Shea interviewed a panel of local stand-up comedians to talk about roots of comedy in the Madison area, their personal stories, and upcoming stand-up events. For the first half of the hour he spoke with Alan Talaga, Chris Lay and Sarah Conner. During the second half of the show they were joined by David Fisher and Aaron Haag.
Joining Aaron Perry on the Tuesday 8 O’Clock Buzz on May 21, 2013, was Reverend Edward Pinkney, Founder of Black Autonomy Network Community Outreach (BANCO). BANCO is a political and social justice coalition founded in 2003 in protest of the death of a 28 year old African American male who […]