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Real Talk with Henry Sanders
15 minutes | a month ago
In a special promotional episode sponsored by Wisconsin Badgers, R&B legend Eric Benét joins Henry to talk about is Milwaukee roots, how COVID is sparking creativity, why it's important to vote and why you should tune in to the Red Live Social featuring him, Marcia Ambrosius and Shawn Stockman on Saturday night.
23 minutes | a month ago
Sandy Morales and Sheri Carter
On November 3, Madison voters will be asked whether to spend an extra $350 million on schools -- $317 million on improvements to the high schools and $33 million on operating expenses. Yes2Invest Committee co-chairs Sandy Morales and Sheri Carter join Real Talk today to make their pitch for a "yes" vote, even as some community leaders oppose giving more money to a district still plagued by racial disparities. Today's episode is sponsored by Park Bank with additional support from the Facebook Journalism Project.
13 minutes | 2 months ago
DNC Chair Tom Peréz
How will the Democratic Party and the Biden campaign make Wisconsin a priority? How will the party address the Black Lives Matter movement without neglecting other communities of color? And can Milwaukee get another shot at hosting the Democratic National Convention in 2024? DNC Chair Tom Peréz joins Henry to answer those questions and more in a special episode of Real Talk, sponsored by Park Bank with additional support from the Facebook Journalism Project.
33 minutes | 3 months ago
Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes joins Henry to discuss representing Wisconsin at the Democratic National Convention, as well as everything that's happened in Kenosha, systemic problems in law enforcement, the Milwaukee Bucks going on strike in the playoffs, and what it all means to Wisconsin's image across the country. Today's episode is sponsored by Park Bank with additional support from the Facebook Journalism Project.
30 minutes | 3 months ago
Dr. Carlton Jenkins
In a special episode of Real Talk, Henry welcomes Dr. Carlton Jenkins, the first person of color to serve as superintendent of schools in Madison, to talk very frankly about racial disparities in Madison, the racism he encountered as an assistant principal in Madison 27 years ago, how the death of George Floyd propelled him to take the job, and how he plans to measure success. Today's episode is sponsored by Park Bank with additional support from the Facebook Journalism Project.
24 minutes | 4 months ago
Mandela Barnes - Lt. Gov. Check-in
In our weekly check-in with Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, he and Henry talk about the LG's endorsement of Joe Biden, the resurgence of covid-19, federal agents in Milwaukee, the People's Map Commission and more. Today's episode is sponsored by Park Bank with additional support from the Facebook Journalism Project.
15 minutes | 4 months ago
It's an interview crossover! On today's Real Talk, Angela Russell, an old friend of Henry's and the host of our new podcast Black Oxygen, comes by to talk about where the name comes from, what she hopes the podcast will accomplish, and who's got more gray hair. And on the flip side, Henry is also the guest on today's Black Oxygen, available now at http://www.madison365.org/blackoxygen. Today's episode is sponsored by Park Bank with additional support from the Facebook Journalism Project.
22 minutes | 4 months ago
Mandela Barnes - Lt Gov Check-in
Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes joins for a weekly check-in to talk about the rapidly rising coronavirus numbers, the possibility of schools opening in the fall, the Trump administration's effort to deport international students, the problem with "diversity and inclusion" consultants, and a lot more. This episode is sponsored by Park Bank with additional support from the Facebook Journalism Project.
27 minutes | 5 months ago
Aurielle Smith and Michael Johnson
COVID19 is hitting communities of color harder than any other groups. Over the next three weeks, Public Health Madison & Dane County and Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County are hosting free, culturally competent coronavirus testing sites in neighborhoods around the Madison area. They're open to all, but intended specifically to get people of color tested. Joining us today with the details are Michael Johnson of BGCDC and Aurielle Smith of PHMDC.
23 minutes | 5 months ago
76th Assembly District candidate and restaurant owner Francesca Hong joins Real Talk with Henry Sanders to talk about the unique moment we're in, what leadership means, why Dolly Parton is a role model and much more. Today's episode is sponsored by Park Bank with additional financial support from the Facebook Journalism Project.
18 minutes | 5 months ago
54 minutes | 5 months ago
At the forefront of the recent #BlackLivesMatter protests is Freedom Inc and its co-executive director, M Adams. For today’s Real Talk with Henry Sanders, M joins us to talk about the concerns of property over people, why disruptive tactics are necessary, what a world without police might look like and much, much more. Today’s episode is brought to you by Park Bank with additional financial support from the Facebook Journalism Project.
21 minutes | 5 months ago
Mandela Barnes Lt. Gov Check-in
Our weekly check-in with Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes covers a lot of ground today -- Henry and the LG talk police reform, climate change, relaxing on COVID-19 too soon, liberation theology and more. This episode is sponsored by Park Bank with additional support from the Facebook Journalism Project.
1 minutes | 5 months ago
NEW SHOW - It's Only 10 Minutes
Here's a sneak peak at Madison365's new daily news podcast, It's Only 10 Minutes. Available on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.
18 minutes | 5 months ago
The Monona Grove school district is growing and expanding and adding new schools. Madison La Follette alum Danyelle Wright will be in the middle of it as the new principal of Cottage Grove School. She joins us today to talk about her background in special education, the challenges of being the first Black woman in an new position, preparing to open a school in a pandemic, and more. This episode is sponsored by Park Bank with additional support from the Facebook Journalism Project
15 minutes | 5 months ago
Newly-elected Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley joins Real Talk with Henry Sanders to talk about making Juneteenth a county holiday, the two epidemic plaguing the state -- coronavirus and racism -- and how Milwaukee County is tackling both. Today's episode is sponsored by Park Bank with additonal support from the Facebook Journalism Project.
97 minutes | 5 months ago
Racial Justice Summit - Community Organizations
Join All of Us or None of Us WI President Caliph Muab’El, Urban League of Greater Madison CEO Ruben Anthony, Milwaukee Urban League Young Professionals President Tiffany Henry, Brown County United Way CEO Robyn Davis, and African American Council of Churches President Rev. Dr. Marcus Allen for a discussion on the role of community organizations in social justice.
75 minutes | 5 months ago
Racial Justice Summit - Criminal Justice Reform
Join Freedom Inc Co-director M Adams, former Madison police chief Noble Wray, Heal the Hood founder Ajamou Butler, Dane County Judge Everett Mitchell and FOSTER founder Jacquelyn Hunt for a deep and sometimes emotional discussion of criminal justice reform. What does community control over the police mean? What do peace and justice look like?
90 minutes | 5 months ago
Racial Justice Summit - Education Reform
Madison College President Dr. Jack E. Daniels III, UW Professor Emeritus Dr. Gloria Ladson Billings, One City Schools Founder Kaleem Caire, and UW-Milwaukee Vice Chancellor Dr. Joan Prince join us for a discussion on the role of education and educational institutions in racial justice.
88 minutes | 5 months ago
Racial Justice Summit - Corporate Leaders & Social Justice Panel
Join Generation Growth Capital Founder Cory Nettles, American Family Insurance Vice President Telisa Yancy, and CUNA Mutual Executive Vice President Cedric Ellis for a discussion on the role of Black corporate leaders in creating social justice.
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