Wednesday host Lilada Gee is joined by Sherry Lucille and her son John in the studio, where they discuss Roseanne Barr’s racism, other racism from people in the limelight, and the NFL’s kneeling ban.
On a day when students across Madison and across the nation are walking out of their schools for National Walkout Day, we’re talking about guns in schools. If teachers have guns — who will get shot? Substitute host Harry Hawkins tackles gun violence in schools with Sherry Lucille, Retired School Counselor and Jalateefa Joe-Meyers, CEO […]
Since April of 2017, three of the current literary lights of Madison’s African-American community have travelled around Dane County to talk about three literary giants from days gone by. Former Madison poet laureate Fabu, Inspiring Destiny founder and novelist Sherry Lucille and playwright Catrina Sparkman have been hitting the road with “Hidden Voices: African American […]
“The way to achieve your own success is to be willing to help somebody else get it first.” —Iyanla Vanzant This episode is part ongoing series that celebrates the leadership of Women-of-Color in the greater Madison area, with a focus of those who are leading mainstream organizations, many of whom that have historically have not been lead […]
Local authors Fabu Carter, Catrina Sparkman, and Sherry Lucille join the hosts of the Tuesday Buzz to talk about their upcoming book release event Love Released. The event takes place on February 13th at Madison’s Central Library, Meeting Room 302, from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm.