Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with former MMSD School Board candidates Ali Muldrow and Wayne Strong to discuss whether the Madison Metro School District adequately advocates for the needs of black students.
Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with the Justice family on how they make homeschooling work for them.
“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” -Fredrick Douglas Rev. David Smith fills in for Lilada Gee on this edition of A Public Affair. There have been a number of key issues that have been raised regarding Madison teens. One of the issues that has received a lot of attention […]
Lilada Gee hosts a dynamic panel of Black young men, all of whom were born and raised in Madison, Wisconsin. They each have different experiences, but a common consciousness about what it means to grow-up as a Black male in Madison. Guests include Barry Tucker Jr., Dezmond Chest, Jayton Lee Scott, Immanuel Oby, Tuffy Brown, […]
Why does society look to European standards of beauty, emphasizing skin colors and hair types that exclude many black women? What are the impacts of the white standard on women, girls, and even men of color? Lilada Gee dives into Black Beauty today with three women from the local beauty scene that are creating Black […]
Lilada Gee is joined by Vanessa McDowell, who made notable history here in Madison by becoming the first Black CEO of the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) Madison in its 109-year history. The YWCA was founded in 1855 in London by Emma Robarts and Mrs. Arthur Kinnaird in a period where slavery still existed. McDowell […]