Host Tony Castañeda interviews Christine Neumann-Ortiz the executive director of Voces de la Frontera. She talks about sanctuary cities and the Milwaukee Police Department standard operating procedure on how police will interact with people on issues of immigration.
Madison chocolatier Syovata Edari is facing a trademark lawsuit from Mars, Inc. over her brand name of CocoVaa, which Mars says infringes on their product, CocoVia. Edari also happens to be a trial lawyer, and plans to defend herself in federal court. She stopped by the Buzz to talk about the lawsuit and her chocolates. […]
Wisconsin will soon vote to be the 30th state to call for a constitutional convention, with the intention of drafting a “balanced budget amendment.” Behind the effort is the American Legislative Exchange Council. Democratic State Representative Chris Taylor joined Tony to talk about the dangers of the process, as well as how Wisconsin Democrats are […]
Wisconsin Poet Louis V. Clark III, also known as “Two Shoes”, is out with a new book called “How to be an Indian in the 21st Century.” On March 16th, he joined Tony Castaneda to talk about how he discovered his artistic voice and how the poems explore his own identity.
The final Wisconsin job numbers from 2016 are in, and Governor Walker’s promise of 250,000 private sector jobs remains unfulfilled. Marquette economics professor Abdur Chowdhury spoke with Tony Castaneda about the data, the state’s “brain drain”, and the impact of Walker’s labor policies.
A new exhibit in Fitchburg is exploring how the arts and experience of Native Americans are evolving, with the work of four artists. Roberto Salas will have his work on display through May. He stopped by our studio to talk about his art and what we can expect at the exhibit. Promega Art Showcase – […]