Reaction To Harvey Weinstein Verdict, Door County Folkie Talks Music

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Sketch of Harvey Weinstein led by police officers out of a New York courtroom
In this courtroom sketch, Harvey Weinstein, center, is led out of Manhattan Supreme Court by court officers after a jury convicted him of rape and sexual assault on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020 in New York. Elizabeth Williams/AP

We examine whether Harvey Weinstein’s guilty verdict might change how victims of sexual violence are treated by the justice system and society. Then we chat with a Door County folk musician about her new album, which was inspired by Wisconsin and Minnesota.

Featured in this Show

  • The Legal And Cultural Impact Of A Guilty Weinstein Verdict

    A jury has found movie producer Harvey Weinstein guilty of two felony sex crimes. Allegations against Weinstein gave rise to the #MeToo movement. We discuss how the criminal justice system handles sexual harassment and assault cases with a legal expert. We also explore the impact this case may have on public perception of victim’s experiences.

  • Door County Folk Musician Katie Dahl Discusses 'Wildwood'

    We talk with Door County folk musician Katie Dahl about her latest album, “Wildwood,” which draws on her time living in Wisconsin and Minnesota. We also discuss the craft of writing music and Dahl’s experiences touring.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Jana Rose Schleis Producer
  • Keegan Kyle Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Sheerine Alemzadeh Guest
  • Katie Dahl Guest

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