Jerome Dillard talks with James Morgan and Rachel Kincade from MOSES Madison, Madison Organizing in Strength, Equity, and Solidarity. MOSES is about building community relations, and in this episode of the 8 o’clock Buzz, the discussion topics are Closing the Green Bay Correction Campaign, prison reform in Wisconsin, and legal and social barriers to those […]
In this month’s edition of the ExPO hour, Jerome Dillard talks with Anthony Cooper and Zondia Hadberg from the Focused Interruption Coalition. Their organization provides crisis response to youth, adults and families experiencing a traumatic violent incident and provide post incident peer support by Certified Peer Specialists. They specialize in hospital-based violence intervention and work […]
Jerome Dillard from Ex Incarcerated Persons Organizing (ExPO) talks with Ramiah Whiteside, Barron Walker, and James Morgan about their problems, ideas, and solutions to re-integrating persons released from prisons into the community.
In this episode of the 8 O’clock Buzz, ExPO edition, Jerome Dillard talks about voting rights of ex-incarcerated individuals with state Senator Lena Taylor and Peggy West from the S.E. Wisconsin ExPO chapter. Unlock the vote is the message of the day!
James Dillard interviews Aaron Hicks of Nehemiah, James Morgan of the Madison Area Urban Ministries, and Felix Giboney from Trained to Grow about the difficulties facing African American youth today and their efforts to intervene, provide peer support, help deal with family issues and generally “walk with them” to help provide positive opportunities and “lived […]
Emilio De Torre, Director of Community Engagement at the ACLU of Wisconsin, talks about some of that group’s activities related to racial justice, divestment in mass incarceration, and hopes of prison reform under the Evers’ administration.