“What ails philanthropy at its core is colonialism. Almost without exception, funders reinforce the colonial division of Us vs. Them, Haves vs. Have Nots, and mostly white saviors and white experts vs. poor, needy, urban, disadvantaged, marginalized, at-risk people,” writes Edgar Villanueva. For today’s episode, we hear from Edgar about his book Decolonizing Wealth, wherein he argues […]
Carousel Bayrd speaks with gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers, who has been Wisconsin State Superintendent of Public Instruction since 2009. He’s running against more than a dozen candidates in the Democratic Primary. Topics discussed include environment and water issues, education and schools, health care, and poverty in the state.
Chris Brockel and Joe Mingle talk about the non-profit organization called Healthy Food for All. They focus on Healthy Food for All’s work in food recovery and its plans to expand its work in 2017.
8 O’Clock Buzz host Jonathan Zarov interviews Ken Taylor, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families (WCCF) regarding the the latest KIDS COUNT® Data Book released today by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. “Wisconsin has a lot of work to do to improve outcomes for children of color,” said Ken Taylor, executive […]
What is Verona Aid? How are students in the community taking action in response to the Syrian refugee crisis? How are they helping address poverty right here in Dane County? Today Patty Peltekos talks with Jason Knoll and students from Verona Area High School to discuss the Verona Aid project.
Today Karma Chavez talks with Sean Avery, Sara McKinnon and T. Banks about their upcoming performance, “We the 350: Poverty, Racism and Incarceration in Wisconsin,” which will take place in Promenade Hall at the Overture Center November 7-8. The 45-minute production, written by McKinnon and Banks, is a narrative-based performance exploring themes of racism, poverty, […]