Apr 30, 2021
We held an unprecedented conversation with all five of Wisconsin's police chiefs and sheriffs yesterday. On the podcast today, some impressions and takeaways from that, along with a preview of a vaccination education program and vaccine clinic starting tonight at the Goodman Community Center, as well as details of Dane...
Apr 29, 2021
A Madison school executive is headed to Appleton, Music Theater of Madison is dropping a concept album and the Madison Black Chamber of Commerce is celebrating Black business resilience. Plus, vaccinations are slowing down, but COVID stats are still ok.
Apr 28, 2021
The CDC is out with new guidelines on masks, especially for those who've been vaccinated. Plus, more help for families in need of support for food, and four local teens have made it to the national level of Olympics of the Mind.
Apr 27, 2021
ER Doctor and COVID survivor Nestor Rodriguez joins the show to share his experience in the trenches and his thoughts on the importance of getting vaccinated -- especially if you're a member of a traditionally marginalized community. Plus, the latest from Elizabeth City, NC, as the city prepares for the release of...
Apr 26, 2021
Ajamou Butler joins the show today to introduce his new workbooks, "Malcolm Loves Math" and "Eisha Loves English," which aim to support academic success in Black kids. Plus, a Wisconsin Watch investigation into racial disparities in curfew arrests and an unprecedented event coming Thursday: we will convene five...