Jerome Dillard talks with James Morgan and Rachel Kincade from MOSES Madison, Madison Organizing in Strength, Equity, and Solidarity. MOSES is about building community relations, and in this episode of the 8 o’clock Buzz, the discussion topics are Closing the Green Bay Correction Campaign, prison reform in Wisconsin, and legal and social barriers to those […]
The bill “Nuclear Powers America Act”, estimated to bolster the aging nuclear industry with a 30% tax credit — a $33 Billion bailout, was recently defeated. But this subsidy proposal is expected to rise again in the next month, according to Lukas Ross, Senior Policy Analyst for the Friends of the Earth. Excelon, the leading […]
Kacy Zander, founder of ReCreate, and Krystal Bauman from Talent Jack Search stopped in to talk with Jan about an upcoming open mic & talent search event of Light-Sound-Vibration happening Friday from 7-11PM at the Social Justice Center. With a broad artistic range from painting to visual arts to music and more, this promises to […]
Nearing their 30th anniversary, the Citizens for Safe Water Around Badger (CSWAB) remains active and vigilant to potential chemical contaminants in water surrounding the long shuttered munitions plant. Laura talks about what it’s been like to negotiate the red tape and legal processes to “Find the Truth” and make it public.
John Miller, Professor of Economy at Wheatfore College, gives a 101-level course on income tax, wealth tax, income inequity, and how different tax proposals by Sanders and Warren could equalize the tax structure for “those who have more money than they know what to do with” and use it for social good.
So who would expect that Harvard University would be implicated in destroying the Brazilian savanna? Well it is, along with a number of other pension and endowment funds, says Maria Luisa Mendonca from the Network for Social Justice and Human Rights in Brazil. Looking for places to make money, Harvard, TIAA, and others are investing […]