Maternal health risks, Electro-Acoustic music, Book banning and censorship

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A client of Sisters in Birth, a Jackson, Miss., clinic that serves pregnant women, is shown in the waiting room in this Dec. 17, 2021 photograph. The facility utilizes an integrative and holistic approach to women’s healthcare by providing comprehensive services including primary care, midwifery care, home healthcare, childbirth education as well as doula support. Rogelio V. Solis/AP Photo

A population health scientist takes us through maternal health risks and racial disparities. Then, we talk to a music professor about his Electro-Acoustic Research Space. Later, a librarian joins us to look at book banning and President Biden’s effort to curb censorship.

Featured in this Show

  • A look at UW-Madison's Electro-Acoustic Research Space

    A UW-Madison music professor joins the show to tell us what electro-acoustic music is, and to tell us about the Electro-Acoustic Research Space that makes it possible for him and his students to experiment with instruments.

  • Biden to name point person to address censorship

    President Biden announced last week that he’s creating a position within the Department of Education to deal with the massive rise in book banning. A librarian explains.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Colleen Leahy Producer
  • Daniel Grabois Guest
  • Louise Robbins Guest

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