You’re pregnant… do you need a doula — probably no. Do you want a doula — perhaps — studies have shown birthing with less pain, shorter labor, fewer C-sections with a doula present. Amy Gilliland, doula trainer, talks about the practical and emotional support that a doula serves, and also discusses her training workshops.
With a mission to “connect producers, consumers, businesses, and organizations to grow a healthful, just, and sustainable local food system in Southern Wisconsin”, REAP Food Group sponsors Food-to-Schools and Food-to-Business programs. A “Pie Palooza” event this coming Sunday is a big source of revenue for the group’s efforts and yummy goodies for the supporters!
Save the Rainforest, Inc, is a nonprofit organization that promotes purposeful travel, inspires students, saves rainforest and alleviates poverty — perhaps surprisingly, headquartered in Janesville. They are hosting a fundraising play October 27, 28 at 7.30pm & October 29 at 2pm & 7:30pm at the Verona Area Performing Arts Center.
Aprelle Rawski from the Pioneer Park Historical Complex talks about Rhinelander, Hodags, and her upcoming talk at the Wisconsin State Historical Museum.
The film “Forbidden: Undocumented and Gay in Rural America” highlights Moises Serrano Cruz’s life growing up in North Carolina. Jan talks with the filmmaker and activist about the film and the showing this coming Friday at Edgewood College. Details here.
Professor Lori Kido Lopez stopped in the studio to talk about the films being presented at the upcoming “Asian American Media Spotlight Series” this coming weekend. See the link for descriptions, times, and locations of the three films.