Lilada Gee is joined by frequent side-kick Cassy Marzette to talk about her story and her upcoming One Women Show: “A Conversation with Ashes” on August 4th. “A Conversation with Ashes,” written, produced and performed by Cassandra Marzette, investigates the stigma of a life challenged by mental illness, love, and spirituality. When a traumatic experience […]
Alix Shabazz, M Adams, and T Banks from Freedom, Inc. join Carousel Bayrd in the studio to talk about the past week in Madison, from black on black crime, racism in the community, Genele Laird, and the criminal justice system. You can find out more about Freedom Inc on Facebook, Twitter, and their website.
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, […]
What is UW-Madison’s annual Line Breaks Festival? How does it investigate contemporary American culture? Who participates and performs in the festival? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
The Poem of the Week — this time from the Friday December 5 “Black Lives Matter” rally at the South Madison Police Station.