“Poverty is an eternal apocalypse,” says writer and activist Mikki Kendall. “Everyone who can’t afford to survive is going through their own personal apocalypse.” She joins Ali on the show today to discuss her new book, Hood Feminism, along with a number of social and personal topics ranging from access to basic essentials and hoarding […]
In his recent budget proposal, Governor Tony Evers proposes to expand Medicaid coverage and allot $28 million to women’s and infant health. Today on the show, we take a close look at women’s health in the state of Wisconsin. Our guests are Lisa Peyton-Caire, founder and president of the Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness, and […]
What exactly is a microaggression? How do black women experience microaggressions on a day-to-day basis? On today’s show, Lilada Gee is joined in the studio by Connie Miles and Alexandra Gee-Lewis, with Dr. Jenn joining the conversation via phone. They share their stories of microaggressions in stores, at work, at the gym, and in many […]
On today’s show, Wednesday host Lilada Gee talks with Hope Wiseman, founder of the medical cannabis dispensary Mary and Main. Responding to questions and comments from callers, they discuss the therapeutic role of marijuana, the conversation around legalization, and cultural barriers to medical cannabis use and distribution, especially for people of color.
Wednesday host Lilada Gee chats with Kimberly Foster, cultural critic and founder and editor-in-chief of For Harriet, a multi-platform digital community for Black women. They speak with two local Madison activists, Sagashus Levingston and Ali Muldrow. Topics include feminism vs. womanism, dating, social media, and the experience of Black girls.
Wednesday host Lilada Gee is in conversation with Black poet, playwright and feminist Ntozake Shange, who is best known for writing for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf in 1976. They talk about her new and selected collection of poems, Wild Beauty, that is being released today from Atria Books. […]