Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with Carmella Glenn, who shares her story of childhood trauma, struggles with alcohol addiction, and what she’s learned about healing as a Black woman. Carmella works as the Program Coordinator for Just Bakery in Madison, a culinary training program from Madison Urban Ministry that works with individuals facing significant barriers […]
Lilada Gee, the Rev. Alexander Gee and Jillian are in the studio, talking about race in the news, daily struggles in Madison, and defending Black girlhood.
Did you know that child marriage is still legal in the United States? Lilada Gee devotes the hour to talk about this practice that is still happening in all fifty states. She speaks with survivors and advocates Fraidy Reiss, of the organization Unchained at Last, and Sherry Johnson, author of Forgiving the Unforgivable: Purple in a […]
Wednesday host Lilada Gee takes your calls relating to sexual assault awareness. She speaks with callers about getting help for potential perpetrators, speaking out and the triggering effect for some #MeToo survivors, resources for kids to report assault, and getting politicians to address sexual assault by looking at its economic impact.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Lilada Gee is dedicating Wednesdays this April to exploring how sexual assault survivors can heal. Her guest today is Samantha Collier, public speaker, filmmaker, and founder of TeamTeal365, an organization that empowers, validates, and educates sexual abuse survivors.
On May 19th, 2006, Sophia Danenberg summited the peak of Mt. Everest. But she only started climbing because of a fateful canoe trip. And years later, when she set out to climb the mountain, she thought she wouldn’t make it to the top. In this hour, Lilada Gee speaks with Sophia Danenberg, the first African-American […]