The Stigma Of Mental Illness, Laying Claim To Arctic Regions, Exploring The World Of Color

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With news that the suspected Navy Yard shooter had mental problems and heard voices, Veronica Rueckert and Rob Ferrett explore the stigma surrounding mental illness and how it may be affected by this tragedy. Then, as the Arctic melts, we look at the race to lay claim to this new maritime realm. And, we’ll talk with a design expert about the importance of color in our everyday lives.

Featured in this Show

  • Mental Health Stigma In Wisconsin

    News reports says suspected Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis had mental problems and heard voices. A health expert discusses the impact this news could have on the stigma surrounding mental health, and what Wisconsin can do to decrease this stigma in the Badger State.

  • An Arctic Conservation Rush

    With the Arctic opening up to shipping and resource exploration, a guest makes the case to start make plans for conservation, too.

  • Exploring The World Of Color

    Color is everywhere and evokes strong emotions. But according to one designer, there’s still a lot can suprise us about color.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Amanda Magnus Producer
  • Chris Malina Producer
  • Sue McKenzie Guest
  • Jeffrey Parrish Guest
  • Jude Stewart Guest

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