On today’s episode, guest host Ali Muldrow has a freewheeling conversation with activist and researcher Lisa Graves about American politics right now. With input from callers, they take up the rise of figures like Scott Walker, the intersection of race and politics, the Kavanaugh confirmation, and much more. Lisa Graves is the president of True North […]
On August 18, 2018, Ann Brickson of Madison, Wisconsin passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones. Throughout her life, she was committed to working for social justice and addressing domestic violence. On today’s episode, Lilada spends the hour honoring Ann and her life’s work with guests Dr. Alice Belcher, Ali Muldrow, Valerie Nash, and Wanda […]
Today’s episode is a music-filled retrospective celebrating the life and legacy of Aretha Franklin. Lilada is joined in the studio by Ali Muldrow, Felicia Clark, and Constance Miles to discuss their favorite songs and memories from the Queen of Soul, along with reflections on Black womanhood, the music industry, and much more. Songs featured: “Respect,” […]
Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with former MMSD School Board candidates Ali Muldrow and Wayne Strong to discuss whether the Madison Metro School District adequately advocates for the needs of black students.
“If they don’t give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.” -Shirley Chisholm Now here we are at the end of February, a week after the local primary elections, and in the midst of our own local election milestones. With that, today’s topic is Black Politicians: Running While Black, looking at people […]
The mission statement of the Madison Board of Education is “Every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school—college, career, and community ready.” In Madison, two of the seven seats on the Madison Board of Education are open. Today, Patty interviews Cris Carusi, Ali Muldrow, and Kate Toews, the […]