The primary election for the Milwaukee mayor’s office is right around the corner, and analysts say issues like the city’s homicide rate and the new basketball arena will be major deciding factors. Our guest breaks down the race and each candidate’s platforms. We also learn about an art exhibit featuring black male artists, and we talk to an expert about treatment options for those with depression, in light of new depression screening guidelines.
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Exhibit Features Wisconsin Black Male Artists
A new exhibit features the art of black men from Wisconsin. We’ll talk to one of the artist behind the collective formed to counter negative stereotypes about them.
Milwaukee Mayoral Election
Milwaukee voters will soon head to the polls to elect their next mayor, which pits the incumbent against several well-known challengers. A reporter discusses each candidate and explains the issues that could decide the race.
Expert Discusses Treatment For Depression In Light Of New Screening Guidelines
On Tuesday, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force released new guidelines on depression screening. Those guidelines recomment all adults should be screened for depression as a routine part of health care. They separately address pregnant women and new mothers to say they would benefit from screening. We talk to an expert about treatment for depression in light of these new recommendations.
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