Elder health issues from the United Way of Dane County Community Impact team — someone familiar with elder health issues from the UWDC Community Impact team (and perhaps a rep from an agency that does the on-the-ground work?) appear on the WORT Access Hour to talk about falls, drug interactions, the Beers list, and what […]
Join veterinarians Katie Hilst and Laura Purdy of Journeys Home Pet Euthanasia for a discussion of how to evaluate your pet’s quality of life using the Journeys scale. This is a tool for pet owners to use to help them determine their pet’s comfort level and happiness when they are facing end of life concerns. Other topics that will […]
Today on the show, Allen speaks with Latin American historian Greg Grandin about his new book, The End of the Myth: From the Frontier to the Border Wall in the Mind of America. Greg Grandin is a professor of history at New York University. His research focuses on US foreign policy, Latin America, genocide, and […]
Alissa Quart’s new book Squeezed: Why Our Families Can’t Afford America has been compared to Barbara Ehrenreich’s seminal work Nickled and Dimed. It offers an important account of the economic hardship of everyday Americans trying to afford housing, healthcare, and the soaring costs of raising children. Today on the podcast, we feature Tuesday host Carousel Bayrd’s interview […]
Today’s episode is a pledge drive conversation with writer and beekeeper Heather Swan about her new book, Where Honeybees Thrive: Stories from the Field.
For today’s pledge drive episode, Allen is joined in the studio by Armando Ibarra, co-author of The Latino Question. They look at labor migration and the role of working-class Mexicans in U.S. history, the ideology and practice of empire, the significance of political economy to Latino politics, and how Latino politics could breathe new life into […]