UW tribal relations, Male birth control, Relationship with food

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Fond du Lac Drummers During Flag Ceremony
Fond du Lac tribal members drum as part of a ceremony displaying the tribe’s flag for the first time in Superior’s council chambers on Tuesday, July 20, 2021.
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UW-Madison’s tribal relations director joins us to reflect on his career as he retires. Then, we learn more about scientific advances in male birth control. Later, we talk to an author about her book about the contradictions in our relationships with food.

Featured in this Show

  • UW-Madison tribal relations director reflects on two decades of progress

    UW-Madison’s tribal relations director is retiring. He joins us to reflect on his 22 years on campus in that role and others.

  • Whatever happened to male birth control research?

    After the infamous 2016 study on male contraception was canceled, research on developing male birth control didn’t stop. Now, some scientists say we’re closer than ever to safe and effective male contraception. A science journalist explains.

  • Managing contradictions around what we eat

    The attorney, advocate, and author Rabia Chaudry talks about her family’s food history, and how she’s navigated having a complex relationship with food throughout her life.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Lorin Cox Producer
  • Colleen Leahy Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Aaron Bird Bear Guest
  • Eleanor Cummins Guest
  • Rabia Chaudry Guest

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