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.
In a caller-rich show, host Carousel Bayrd speaks about the recent maelstrom of sexual assault and harassment revelations in media, politics, and everywhere else. How do we address allegations? How do we work toward a more equitable society? And how do we raise our children to be comfortable with their bodies and considerate of their […]
Lilada Gee, Alexandra, Cassie, Jill, Cheri and Cassandra first discuss sexual assaults in the Madison community, including a local teacher who is accused of sexually assaulting a student. Later, they talk about the #metoo movement with its founder, Tarana Burke.
This program features a discussion to focus on Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault’s (WCASA) anti-oppression work and related matters. Sexual assault is regularly in the news, from college campuses, to athletes and celebrities, to new campaigns hoping to build support for survivors. But what is being done to stop sexual assault before it occurs? The […]
“Sex is the principle around which the whole structure of segregation…is organized.” —Gunnar Myrdal Today Lilada is joined by Danielle McGuire, author of “At the Dark End of the Street.” Throughout April she is also joined by Jillian Stacey, the new African-American Community Outreach Coordinator at Rape Crisis Center of Dane County. Danielle McGuire is an award-winning […]
Every two minutes, someone is sexually assaulted in the United States. It is estimated that hundreds of thousands of rape kits sit untested in police department and crime lab storage facilities across the country in what is known as the rape kit backlog. Each kit represents a lost opportunity to bring healing and justice to […]