Milwaukee-based poet, community builder and Latina LGBTQ advocate Carmen A. Murguia joins Damita Brown to share her poetry, story and what we can do to build better communities. Photo by Emily Mills: flic.kr/p/UtMy6B
ASAP urgency applies as I seek to Motivate during the covid19 in its current status. i read my own poetry or literature. I Intend to Motivate utilizing My voice, in singing, poetry and evocative Motivation signaling with the Awareness and the Science in the Biology of Belief. Each Human is 70-80% water and Electromagnetic Beings. […]
The internet has been abuzz about the concept of burnout since the publication of journalist Anne Helen Petersen’s viral article “How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation.” In response, poet Tiana Clark wrote “This is What Black Burnout Feels Like” to highlight the ways in which racism and inherited trauma exacerbate the anxiety of 21st-century life […]
“As we live in times of hate, we need poems of love.” For today’s episode, Allen is joined in the studio by Matt Rothschild to enjoy a selection of poems performed live on-air by Martín Espada and discuss a wide range of topics like Puerto Rico, identity, mortality, memory, and the beauty of shared humanity. […]
For today’s show, Ali highlights the work of Sofia Snow, a community leader, writer, and performing artist who was recently named the director of the Office of Multicultural Arts Initiatives (OMAI) at UW–Madison. Sofia, herself a graduate of OMAI’s First Wave hip-hop scholarship program, discusses her path from the East Coast to Madison, her extensive […]
A one-hour spoken word program featuring Nathan J. Reid’s and others’ original works, which will be shared in both a live and pre-recorded capacity. A special focus will be on local English-to-Chinese translations and vice versa.