The crackdown on diversity and inclusion in higher ed, How to deal with home disasters

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A car after crashing into a building
A car crashed into an apartment building in Madison. Joe Tarr/ WPR

We explore how some state legislatures are looking to curtail public universities’ efforts to be more diverse and inclusive. Then, we look at what homeowners can do when a catastrophe damages their home.

Featured in this Show

  • The growing crackdown on diversity and inclusion in higher education

    Efforts at creating diversity, equity and inclusion on college campuses are under attack in some states. We speak to a Chronicle of Higher Education report who has been tracking the efforts to find out what legislators are targeting and why.

  • Renovation 911

    Fires, flooding and other catastrophes often force homeowners to renovate on the fly. We talk with the co-stars of the new HGTV show, Renovation 911, to get advice on how to handle home disasters, deal with insurance companies, and keep calm.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Joe Tarr Producer
  • Maria Lopez Technical Director
  • Adrienne Lu Guest
  • Lindsey Brinkman Uselding Guest
  • Kirsten Brinkman Meehan Guest

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