Today’s episode is a rebroadcast from April 24, 2018. Guest host Denise DeMarb spends the hour dedicated to the topic of childcare with guests Jen Bailey, executive director of Reach Dane, an early childhood services agency; Coral Manning, Early Childhood Care and Education manager for the City of Madison; and Jodi Bartnick, executive director of […]
The Rainbow Project just celebrated its thirty-eighth year of providing services in Dane County. The organization’s mission to work with young children and families to overcome trauma, and so far they have provided services to more than 12,500 children and 12,200 adults. On today’s episode, substitute host Denise DeMarb highlights the important work done by […]
Tuesday host Carousel Bayrd speaks with journalist and author Katherine Reynolds Lewis about her book The Good News About Bad Behavior. It’s part parenting guide, part psychology explainer on why modern society makes kids so undisciplined, and blueprint for how to rebuild lost self-control, resolve family conflict, and change the trajectory of young lives. Katherine […]
Community Shares of Wisconsin presents its Award Winners on the Access Hour! This year’s Community Change-Maker Award Winners are: – M Adams from Freedom Inc. M is a community organizer, a movement builder, and a mentor for emerging young leaders – Melanie Ramey from League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Voting rights are Melanie’s passion: […]
Does it make sense to impose the harshest treatments on the most challenging kids? Are we treating chronically misbehaving children as though they don’t want to behave, when in many cases they simply can’t? These are some of the questions Katherine Reynolds Lewis asks in her latest profile of psychologist Ross Greene. On Tuesday, August 4th, host Carousel Bayrd talked with Lewis on this and Greene’s approach to addressing misbehavior in children.
At a time when violence and racism seem to dominate our cultural landscape, stories of people putting their talents toward the good of others feel particularly crucial. That’s the path rapper F. Stokes has chosen to take with his new educational project, Rappin’ Ricky.