Lilada Gee is joined by Alexandra, Cassie, Jill, Shauna as they look into self-care. They are joined by Johanna Heineman-Pieper, a bar manager at Fuego’s, who gives us some tasty cocktail recipes to try out. They are also joined by Zacoia Green, a massage therapist in Madison, and Tanisha Pyon, an actress and spoken word poet.
In a special pledge-drive edition and one-year hosting anniversary for Wednesday host Lilada Gee, we hear from Veronica Figueroa, Executive Director of UNIDOS Wisconsin Against Domestic Violence, on how to help Puerto Ricans in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Carousel interviews Daphne Barbee-Wooten, daughter of Wisconsin civil rights leader Lloyd A. Barbee and editor of a book of his selected writings called “Justice For All.”
Monday host Patty Peltekos talks about money, credit, and trust in financial institutions. In the wake of the Equifax data breach, she asks: what do credit reporting agencies actually do, how can we teach people to be financially healthy, and how can listeners trust that their personal data is secure? Her guests are Adam Lee, […]
Pedro Cabezas is a community organizer working to ban mining in El Salvador. Leigh Hardy is a Boston-based social worker and former president of the board of US-El Salvador Sister Cities. Today, they discuss the victory of the popular movement in El Salvador in winning a national ban on metallic mining on multi-national corporations, and […]
Host Allen Ruff interviews Thomas Bass, Professor of English and Journalism at the State University of New York, in a caller-filled hour of A Public Affair. Bass discusses his recent article in the Mekong Review, “America’s Amnesia,” which raises several objections to the Burns & Novick PBS documentary on the Vietnam War.