Tuning into music education, Advocating for voting rights

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First, we explore the state of Wisconsin’s music education and why it is valuable. Then, we talk with two voting rights advocates about what they’re doing to make sure people can vote and what concerns they have about voting restrictions.

Featured in this Show

  • Expanding the scope of music education in Wisconsin

    The Wisconsin State Music Conference starts this week. It aims to broaden music education in K-12 schools beyond choir, band and orchestra. Music professionals will touch on advancing technology and embracing diverse cultures. We speak with one of its leaders about the state of music education.

  • Preparing voters for Wisconsin’s midterm election

    Grassroots groups are busy helping voters and election officials alike understand new rules for casting ballots and certifying results. We talk to leaders of All Voting is Local and Wisconsin Conservation Voices, nonpartisan groups dedicated to protecting ballot access for voters.

Episode Credits

  • Lee Rayburn Host
  • Mackenzie Krumme Producer
  • Joel Patenaude Producer
  • Maria Lopez Technical Director
  • Laurie Fellenz Guest
  • Shauntay Nelson Guest
  • Anjali Bhasin Guest

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