We recap what we learned from the last January 6 committee meeting before it publishes the final report. Then, a veterinary professor shares the risks of canine influenza this winter. Later, we learn more about an indigenous art exhibit.
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January 6 commission holding final hearing before releasing report
The House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol is holding what it says will be the final public hearing before it releases its investigation report. We talk to a political science professor about the fallout from the hearing, including recommendations for criminal charges.
Curator shares exhibit in Appleton that features work from Indigenous artists across Wisconsin, US and Mexico
The “Reclaiming Identity” exhibit at the Trout Museum of Art in Appleton explores Indigenous identity through the work of Indigenous artists in Wisconsin, the U.S. and Mexico. We talk to the guest curator behind the exhibit.
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