Today’s show is dedicated to Anisa Scott, the Madison eleven-year-old whose life was taken much too soon by gun violence. First, Wednesday host Ali Muldrow commemorates Anisa’s life with Reverend Everett Mitchell. Then, she talks about the impact of gun violence in our community and the fight for Black lives with M. Adams of Freedom, […]
“Until we change, we’re going to keep revisiting these events year after year after year,” says David Couper, former police chief of Madison. In the wake of George Floyd’s murder in Minneapolis and the increasing demands to reform or even abolish the police, Ali Muldrow hosts a timely roundtable conversation about policing in Madison with […]
On today’s episode, guest host Ali Muldrow is joined in the studio by Everett Mitchell, Dane County Circuit Court judge. Over the course of the hour, they dig in deep on topics related to juvenile justice, including child abuse and discipline, detention and incarceration, students with disabilities, trauma, child welfare, the experience of Black youth […]
Soon, Wisconsin will be closing the Lincoln Hills juvenile detention center and dispersing residents to the counties, which means that the Dane County Board needs to create a means to receive the children into our community. Next week, a panel presented by the Madison organization MOSES (Madison Organizing in Strength, Equality, and Solidarity) will discuss […]
(WORT) — Reverend Everett Mitchell is running to replace retiring Dane County Circuit Court Judge Amy Smith. The newly announced candidate joins Helena White in the WORT studios.