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.
On today’s show, Wednesday host Lilada Gee talks with Hope Wiseman, founder of the medical cannabis dispensary Mary and Main. Responding to questions and comments from callers, they discuss the therapeutic role of marijuana, the conversation around legalization, and cultural barriers to medical cannabis use and distribution, especially for people of color.
Wednesday host Lilada Gee chats with Kimberly Foster, cultural critic and founder and editor-in-chief of For Harriet, a multi-platform digital community for Black women. They speak with two local Madison activists, Sagashus Levingston and Ali Muldrow. Topics include feminism vs. womanism, dating, social media, and the experience of Black girls.
Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with actress, comedian and personality Franchesca Ramsey. She’s the host of the MTV web series Decoded, where she breaks down racism and cultural issues. She’s also a former contributor and writer for Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, and she currently co-hosts the podcast Last Name Basis with […]
Wakanda forever! Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with actress Ms. Dorothy Steel, who portrayed a merchant tribe elder in this year’s blockbuster film Black Panther. This hour of conversation with the seasoned 92-year-young actress covers her path to stardom and reflections on getting this point in her life, and how society has changed in that […]
Wednesday host Lilada Gee is joined by Sherry Lucille and her son John in the studio, where they discuss Roseanne Barr’s racism, other racism from people in the limelight, and the NFL’s kneeling ban.