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 […]
For today’s episode, guest host Bert Zipperer is joined in the studio by Geraldine Paredes Vásquez and Bill Baldon of YWCA Madison to discuss issues of racial equity and the collaborative work of fostering justice in our communities. Geraldine (Gery) Paredes Vásquez is the Race and Gender Equity Director at YWCA Madison. Between 2013 and […]
Amy Kiesling from Step Up: Equity Matters join us in studio to talk race and equity in Madison and Dane County. More information on Step Up: Equity Matters on their Facebook page or Website. From STEPUPFOREQUITY.COM: Step Up: Equity Matters is a community of people who are taking action to address equity and inclusivity in the […]
Sara Alvarado from Alvarado Real Estate Group speaks with Arron and Haywood about diversity and equity within the city of Madison and in the business place.
Racial disparities have been plaguing Dane County for quite sometime. To talk about it, our host Karma Chavez talked with Erica Nelson, an attorney who practices public interest law and policy and Colleen Butler, YWCA’s Racial Justice & Outreach Director, on Wednesday September 25th.
On the Monday September 23rd, our host John Quinlan was joined by Sonali Sangeeta Balajee. Balajee is the MS, Senior Policy Advisor in Multnomah County’s (Portland, OR) Office of Equity and Diversity, and creator of an innovative program called the Equity and Empowerment Lens.