As the demographics of the U.S. change, many organizations are working to adjust their approach to workplace culture and equity for their employees. On today’s episode, host Harry Hawkins and guests Lindsey Johnson and Marie Stolzenburg of Nehemiah Community Development Corporation have an honest conversation about multiculturalism in the workplace and what it means to create an inclusive work […]
Restorative justice is an alternative to the traditional model of our law-and-order system that focuses on rehabilitation and reconciliation rather than punishment. The Dane County Community Restorative Court is a local initiative that uses a restorative justice model to resolve young adult misdemeanor law violations in South Madison. Since its founding in 2014, the CRC has […]
It’s a family affair on today’s show! Wednesday host Lilada Gee is joined in the studio by her brother, the Rev. Alexander Gee, and another set of siblings: Harry Hawkins and Tiffany Washington. Together, they discuss the dynamics between brothers and sisters, reminisce about childhood memories, and reflect on how sibling relationships change into adulthood.
In a caller-filled hour, host Harry Hawkins is joined in the studio by two guests: entrepreneur, poet, actress, and single mom Antonette Crosby, and educator, poet, youth advocate, and newly single mother Delia Watkins. The conversation for this hour centers around the way Black men and women understand each other in relationships and dating. How do […]
What is it like to be a single Black mother in Madison, and how is that experience different from being a single Black father? Filling in for regular Wednesday host Lilada Gee is Harry Hawkins, Executive Vice President of Nehemiah Center for Urban Leadership Development. In today’s show, he kicks off a two week dive […]
On a day when students across Madison and across the nation are walking out of their schools for National Walkout Day, we’re talking about guns in schools. If teachers have guns — who will get shot? Substitute host Harry Hawkins tackles gun violence in schools with Sherry Lucille, Retired School Counselor and Jalateefa Joe-Meyers, CEO […]