Join us for a Musicians For WORT benefit at the Harmony Bar on Saturday July 14 featuring The Civil Engineers and Swamp Thing! Swamp Thing was a mid-80s Madison band known for playing danceable songs about animals, food, banana republics, and beautiful communists. Fronted by WORT’s own Jonathan Zarov (host of the Friday 8 O’Clock […]
David Gibbs, Professor of History at the University of Arizona, says that Trump may not be off base when it comes to current NATO and Russia interactions. He explains his position to Jan Miyasaki.
Kathrine Alexander from the Madison Herbal Institute and Kate McFeeley from Prairie Pearls Greenhouse stopped at the WORT studio to talk about locally available herbs and how they can be used to regulate some common maladies.
Jan talks with Mai Zong Vue from the Hmong Madison group about some upcoming cultural exchange and training events coming up, including a Hmong Health Summit on August 17 & 18.
Gerald Horne, Professor of History and African American Studies at the University of Houston and author of many books on the history of racism, talks with Jan Miyasaki about his most recent book “The Apocalypse of Settler Colonialism: The Roots of Slavery, White Supremacy and Capitalism in Seventeenth Century North America and the Caribbean”.
Jan speaks with Richard D. Wolff, noted economist and author of numerous books, including his most recent “Capitalism Hits the Fan”. They discuss the history of the rise and fall of unions in the U.S. and how the Supreme Court’s most recent ruling is a continuation of an over 50 year push by corporations to […]