We check in on the latest developments out of Ukraine with a political science professor. Then, makers of a new documentary share their story about UW-Madison’s Black student newspaper. Later, a petroleum analyst helps us understand the rise in oil prices following Russia’s attack on Ukraine.
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Is Ukraine's resistance to Russia making real progress?
We check in on the latest coming out of Ukraine, including reported peace talks with Russia and nuclear forces on alert.
Documentary tells the past, present-day story of The Black Voice newspaper at UW-Madison
The new “We the Vision” documentary spotlights the history and present-day story of UW-Madison’s only newspaper by and for Black students. We talk to the documentary’s director, and an award-winning broadcast journalist who reported for The Black Voice in the 1970s.
Oil prices jump after Russia attack on Ukraine
A global benchmark for oil prices exceeded $100 per barrel on Feb. 24 as Russia attacked Ukraine. Rising crude oil markets have lifted gas prices in America. An analyst explains what we can expect to see at the pump.
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