articles tagged "history"

Race Movements and White Supremacy

Thursday, 10 July 2014 | A Public Affair
Jeffrey Perry

How has supremacy developed over the years? How has it continued to shape our society? Listen to this edition of APA to learn more! more »

Undocumented: How Immigration Became Illegal

Thursday, 19 June 2014 | A Public Affair
Aviva Chomsky

What has changed about immigration over the years? Check out this edition of APA to learn more! more »

Monday, June 16th — Weird Wisconsin: a One-Act Play

Tuesday, 10 June 2014 | Access Hour

This happens to be the second Monday of the summer on-air Pledge Drive — But it really features “Weird Wisconsin,” a one-act play by TAPIT/New Works in collaboration with guest artists who have been working with the Whitehorse Middle School Drama club. It’s about the amazing history of little-known Wisconsin women. The play was for performance at Whitehorse Middle School and Schenk and Sandburg Elementary schools, but we get a look at it right here! The students developed the script with Danielle Dresden of TAPIT/New Works, and stage direction is by TAPIT’s Donna Peckett. Fabu gave a poetry workshop for the students, and poems are included in the play. Rebecca Sites designed the costumes and set pieces, which we must see here in …. more »

D-Day Through French Eyes

Wednesday, 4 June 2014 | A Public Affair
Mary Louise Roberts

“Silent parachutes dotting the night sky—that’s how one woman in Normandy in June of 1944 learned that the D-Day invasion was under way.”- The University of Chicago Press on D-Day Through French Eyes. Learn more about this wonderful book by listening to this pledge drive edition of APA! more »

“Bohemians”

Thursday, 17 April 2014 | A Public Affair
paul buhle

Are you a Bohemian? Do you know who the Bohemians were? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out! more »

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