Record Consumer Borrowing, Wisconsin’s Wiccan Community, Indigenous People Day

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Wisconsin’s Wiccan community may be small, but its members face some interesting questions on following their faith while being a part of the modern world. A minister joins our show to discuss faith, sustainability and modern living. We look at the movement toward replacing Columbus Day with Indigenous People Day. And we find out from an economist what record levels of consumer borrowing means for indivudals and the economy as a whole.

Featured in this Show

  • Consumer Borrowing Hits Record Levels

    Consumer borrowing has hit record levels, but what does it mean for households, and for the economy as a whole?

  • Wisconsin Life: The Pagan Community

    In today’s Wisconsin Life, we talk to a Pagan Priestess about the Pagan and Nature Spirituality Community in Wisconsin.

  • Indigeneous People Day

    More and more communities are opting to celebrating Indigenous People Day instead of Columbus Day. We’ll get the native perspective on Columbus Day, and why acknowledging the history and culture of the country’s First Nations is important.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Judith Siers-Poisson Producer
  • Karl Christenson Producer
  • Chris Farrell Guest
  • Selena Fox Guest
  • Janice Rice Guest
  • Patty Loew Guest

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