Sociologist and activist intellectual Rahul Mahajan joins Allen the program today. Previously author of two books on the Iraq war, Full Spectrum Dominance: U.S. Power in Iraq and Beyond and The New Crusade: America’s War on Terrorism, he currently writes and speaks on a broad range of topics – international, national, and state – and […]
Today we are continuing our theme, Ebony Expressions: Art for Hope, Help and Healing. Lilada Gee speaks to four Black women playwrights, Sulondia Hammond, Desiree Fleming, Catrina Sparkman and Gethsemane Herron. Sulonida Hammond, affectionately known as Sue-Ham, shows us how to dream with no limits. She’s an author, playwright, Marine veteran, actor, and mom. Sue created […]
Today we’re talking renewable energy – what it means and how to get there in Madison. Denise Demarb hosts Raj Shukla, Director of the River Alliance of Wisconsin; Satya Rhodes-Conway, Managing Director of the Mayors Innovation Project at COWS; and Tyler Huebner, Director of RENEW Wisconsin.
How can we have an economy that works for us, rather than us working for the economy? Today we’re talking about working co-ops, workers, and unions with guest host Bert Zipperer and guest Anne Reynolds and Alexia Kulwiec. Anne Reynolds is the executive director of the UW Center for Co-Operatives. She develops courses, conferences and […]
Marth Laning, the newly reelected chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, joins guest host Denise Demarb to discuss the state of the Democratic party and what to expect in the upcoming months. Laning was elected chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin in June 2015. A lifelong Democrat and Wisconsinite, Martha brings to the Party […]
Geraldine Paredes Vasquez and Laurie Frank join guest host Bert Zipperer to discuss the United World Colleges, a world-wide system of 18 schools that bring students from 149 nations together for the final two years of high school in a boarding school setting. UWC was started by Kurt Hahn, a refugee from Nazi Germany, as a […]