This week on Mel & Floyd: Verbal Tennis & Germ Spotters; Smarty-Pantsless?; Full Disclosure in a Virtual Meeting in Spain; US Travelers Not Welcome in EU; Mississippi Finally Takes Down Racist State Flag While Belgium Takes Down a Statue of King Leopold; And Other Random Topics; Subscribe to the Mel & Floyd Podcast on itunes […]
When quarantine started in mid-March, what did you do? Did you pick up an old hobby? Did you sit in a corner and worry? This edition of Staying Artful features encouraging advice for beginning artists from local artists. Join the conversation by giving your own advice in the comments. LaShawn M. Wanak is a speculative […]
Anoosh Jorjorian, is an organizer, writer, and parent in Davis, California. She recently published a short piece on Medium that’s received a lot of attention: Dear White Allies: Don’t Appropriate Our Anger. In this prerecorded segment, Anoosh and Jonathan discuss how white people can help the recently woke, so people of color don’t have to.
The WORT Annual Meeting was held Sunday, June 28th at 2pm online, and we have elected two new board members. In the Listener-Sponsor category, Rosie Rey, and in the Participating Member category, Megan Flowers. Congratulations to both! Their terms end June of 2023. Dave Devereaux-Weber and Marty Kehrein also retained their seats on the Board. […]
This week on Mel & Floyd: So THAT’S How That Song Ends – Some Extra James Brown as Gladys Tries to Rouse the “Funny Boys”; The Mustache Guy’s Book Segues Seamlessly Into Fecal Plumes; Gladys Reports On the Downtown Madison Demonstrations; And Other Random Topics; Subscribe to the Mel & Floyd Podcast on itunes and […]
“People are asking for real, substantive changes and the city is responding,” said Madison mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway. “Today, Madison city and school district leaders agreed to end the contract for school resource officers, known as SROs-the police officers that are stationed in high schools-calling for a new approach to managing conflicts in our schools and […]