On Tuesdays, the Daily Cardinal — one of UW-Madison’s student newspapers — shares the latest in campus news. This week, producer Madeleine Afonso talks with news writer Noe Goldhaber on […]
The Fight for Bodily Autonomy in the Disability Community
Reproductive justice for disabled folx means “making sure that people have the right to make decisions about their bodies and their families and their futures,” says Ma’ayan Anafi, Senior Counsel […]
America’s Dark and Not-So-Distant History of Forced Sterilizatio...
Today, host Ali Muldrow continues her special Reproductive Justice Month programming with a show about forced sterilization and the intersection of race, disability, confinement, and reproductive rights. Our guest is […]
The Return of Disability Pride Fest
Since 1990 the month of July has been recognized as Disability Pride Month. After two years of being unable to hold the festival due to the pandemic, this past Saturday, […]
“There Is Enough Feminism For Everyone”
Today on International Women’s Day and as the U.S. experiences a wave of anti-trans legislation, Tuesday host Ali Muldrow spends a powerful hour with Grayson Hunt. They have a wide-ranging […]
Cardinal Call: Learning During Pandemic Highlights Accessibility in Ed...
On Tuesdays, the Daily Cardinal — one of UW-Madison’s student newspapers — shares the latest in campus news. This week, producer Hope Karnopp talks with features writer Maggie Kahn about […]