Researching Media And Polarization In Wisconsin, 40 Years Of Offering Services For People With Mental Illness, Gov. Tony Evers Reaffirms Wisconsin’s Stance On Welcoming Refugees

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How do Wisconsinites around the state get their news, and what is dividing people? We learn about his ongoing research project looking into questions like those. Then we talk to a program director about his club’s 40-year history of helping people with mental illness. And we discuss Wisconsin’s refugee resettlement policy.

Featured in this Show

  • A Look At UW Madison Research On Polarization And The Media

    We sit down with a UW-Madison journalism professor to talk about his ongoing research into polarization and the media.

  • Madison's Off The Square Club Offers Daytime Resources For People With Mental Illness

    We talk with the program supervisor for Off the Square Club in Madison about services they provide for people with mental illness.

  • Gov. Tony Evers Reaffirms Wisconsin's Stance On Welcoming Refugees

    In a letter sent to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Governor Tony Evers confirmed that Wisconsin would remain open to refugee resettlement. We talk to an expert about both Wisconsin and federal policy when it comes to refugees.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Mike Wagner Guest
  • Todd Winstrom Guest
  • Alise Coen Guest

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