Tuesday host Carousel Bayrd speaks with Professor Sue Robinson, author of the book Networked News, Racial Divides: How Power and Privilege Shape Public Discourse in Progressive Communities, about progressiveness and race in Madison. Also in the studio is activist and Education Equity Consultant at Wisconsin DPI, Ananda Mirilli. We’ve got copies of this book available for […]
Saturday, October 11th is the Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice’s Annual Assembly. This year the Assembly will focus on overcoming racial disparities in incarceration. Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
Did you know this week is the Madison YWCA’s annual Racial Justice Summit? What is the focus of the summit? Who will be presenting? What does the YWCA hope to achieve? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
On Tuesday, July 2nd, A Public Affair’s Carousel Bayrd premiered her first show! She discussed Monona’s new anti-bullying ordinance, which permits police to fine parents if their child bullies another child.
On Wednesday March 20th, host Karma Chavez interviewed a panel of guests on the importance of bilingual education. She spoke with Rhea Vedro, a Duel Language Immersion Parent Liason at MMSD, Ananda Mirilli, a local parent and Siliva Romeo Johnson, from Nuestro Mundo School.
On Tuesday, April 2nd, Madison voters will vote for the Madison School Board. Who is on the ballot for the 5th seat? Well, officially, just T. J. Mertz. This race, once between three people: Mertz, Sarah Manski and Ananda Mirilli, had an unusual set of circumstances occur immediately after the primaries between Mirilli and Manski. […]