Cuomo Allegations, Female Eagle Scouts, COVID-19 In Prisons

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We talk with two Wisconsinites who were part of the first class of female Eagle Scouts. We also look at why sexual harassment in the workplace, and getting accountability for it, is still a common problem. Plus, we hear about the status of COVID-19 in the state’s prisons.

Featured in this Show

  • Andrew Cuomo, #MeToo, And The Persistence Of Workplace Harassment

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has been accused by three women of sexual harassment and unwelcome contact, sparking calls for his resignation. We talk with a legal expert about what accountability for misconduct could look like and why harassment persists in the wake of the #MeToo movement.

  • First Female Eagle Scout Class Includes Several Wisconsinites

    We talk with a pair of Wisconsin sisters who were among the first-ever class of female Eagle Scouts.

  • Update On Wisconsin's Inmates And Covid-19

    COVID-19 has infected more than half of the prison population and more than 2,000 staff members throughout the pandemic, killing at least 25 inmates. We talk with a reporter about what the pandemic looks like inside the system and the status of vaccinations for staff and inmates.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Natalie Guyette Producer
  • Jennifer Drobac Guest
  • Annie Scheidt Guest
  • Cassie Scheidt Guest
  • Vanessa Swales Guest
  • Tyler Ditter Technical Director

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