With November 3 only two weeks away, today we learn about the ins-and-outs of several key election-related legal cases that are currently being litigated. “This year, there are unprecedented challenges to access to the ballot box,” says attorney Jeffrey Mandell. He joins us for the hour to discuss these challenges, including legal battles over Madison’s […]
For today’s public transit show, we first talk to professor Kafui Attoh about affects of the coronavirus pandemic on bus-ridership, the right to the city, transportation justice, and the intersections of transit and access to public life and democracy. In the second segment, Steven Higashide discusses his work with TransitCenter to support local public transportation […]
Chris Brockel and Joe Mingle of Healthy Food for All talk about their work providing free, healthy food to low income people in Dane County and how this work fits into the larger struggle for food justice.
July 30th is the 50th anniversary of Medicare. The Wisconsin Physicians for a National Healthcare Program discusses the hope for Medicare-for-All. The program includes discussion, interviews with physicians, health care workers around the state, and more.
Habitat for Humanity of Dane County announces its capital campaign that includes plans on where it plans to build over the next seven years. The Cheryl M and her associated representatives of Habitat for Humanity and the ReStores in the studio also talk about the current builds and their Habitat ReStores.
Gregg Potter, founder of Project Kinect, produces a program to illustrate the organization, Kinect, and a hope for positive social change and community engagement. He has invited Sara Alvarado from the Alvarado Group, Amy Kesling from Sustain Dane, and Tariq Saqqaf, from the Mayor’s Office to have an in-depth discussion on, ‘What positive social change […]