In celebration of Black History Month, today’s episode is about creating new Black history. Guest host Harry Hawkins is joined in the studio by local filmmakers and entrepreneurs Johnny and Marie Justice to discuss the challenges and opportunities of being artists and business-owners as people of color.
“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 […]
An evening of outspoken song in support of Goodman Community Center Tickets available on donation basis $25 suggested per ticket – give what you can
On August 18, 2018, Ann Brickson of Madison, Wisconsin passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones. Throughout her life, she was committed to working for social justice and addressing domestic violence. On today’s episode, Lilada spends the hour honoring Ann and her life’s work with guests Dr. Alice Belcher, Ali Muldrow, Valerie Nash, and Wanda […]
Carl and Denise, as the Dude and the Dame, discuss current challenges and ongoing struggles in the world of labor, social justice, and our common well-being with encouraging (or angry) music and shoutouts to those working hard on the front lines.
Jan talks with social activist Sr. Maureen McDonnell about an upcoming Ecumenical Peace Working Group meeting this coming Saturday, April 7th. at Edgewood College