8 O’Clock Buzz host Brian Standing talks with Anders Zanichkowsky, of the Tenant Resource Center regarding Madison’s recent crackdown on the State Street homeless. Anders also works on homeless and policing issues as a member of the No Dane County Jail Group.
The ACLU sent the Madison Police Department a letter urging the department to change the way it works with landlords to police rental housing, suggesting some practices may violate federal law and standards. The city has been slow to issue an official response. A staff attorney for the ACLU says what happens next will depend on MPD’s response.
Community advocates, Z! Haukeness and Anders Zanichkowsky, are working in conjunction with the Wisconsin Trans Health Coalition to help make access to healthcare coverage more equitable in Dane County.
Do you know your rights as a tenant? Are you concerned about recent attacks on the homeless in Madison? Karma Chavez talks with Anders Zanichkowsky of the Tenant Resource Center about move in day and changing tenant protections at the state level, and the recent attacks on homeless people by the city.
More from Madison’s Blink Grant program. Anders Zanichkowsky, Elsa Noterman, Karin Wolf are going to help us”Map Madison’s Racial Geographies.”
How can health care be more trans affirmative? Are WI K-12 schools safe for trans youth? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!