As the conversation around #MeToo continues, we take a look at the sexual violence experienced by low-income workers and university students. Our guests are investigative reporter Bernice Yeung and UW–Madison students and survivors Naomi Venezia and Ana. Together with listener callers, they share their powerful stories of rape and sexual assault on campus and in […]
Madison’s rape crisis center is hoping to expand in an area that they say many programs lack — bilingual and culturally specific staff for the area’s Latinx community. Sexual assaults are underreported across demographics, but experts say they’re especially underreported among Latinos. The Rape Crisis Center wants to change that, and they’re looking for grant […]
The Paths to Healing Conference is an effort put together by WCASA, Outreach, UNIDOS Against Domestic Violence, Proud Theater, Rape Crisis Center and the Canopy Center. It is a day-long conference that provides support and explores what we need to do as a community to respond to the needs of sexual abuse survivors. It is […]
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.