Earlier this summer, Black Woman Heal organized a cultural and service learning trip to the Dominican Republic with a multi-generational delegation of Black women and girls. On today’s episode, Lilada reflects on lessons from this trip with two of her fellow travelers, Jasmine and Bobbi Simpson.
Earlier this summer, a delegation from the Madison Arcatao Sister City Project (MASCP) traveled to El Salvador to meet with community groups and support the political and social organizing happening there. On today’s episode, Allen is joined by three delegates from this recent trip—Barbara Mergen Alvarado, Fabiola Hamdan, and Jonathan Solari—to discuss what they learned […]
In the 1970’s, Edmund White traveled the country meeting members of the then-nascent Gay Liberation movement. He joins us to talk about his new literary retrospective of that era, States of Desire Revisited.
On Wednesday October 17, our host Jan Miyasaki spoke with Jennifer Wilson of Des Moines, Iowa, a travel writer whose works have been featured in National Geographic Traveler, Gourmet Magazine, Midwest Living, and more. Jennifer is the author of Running Away to Home – Our family’s journey to Croatia in search of who we are, […]