Friday on Lake Effect:
People are marching across the country over the weekend in support of science. We talk with some people who organized Milwaukee’s march. Then, Mary Dowell talks about how 20 years of being a female person of color in the workforce has affected her worldview. We hear from radio talk show hosts across the political spectrum on stage at a recent MilMag Live event, and we visit two local shops for international record store day. Plus, we have the latest episode in our Bubbler Talk series.
- Elizabeth Ferris and Brandon Gross, March for Science
- Mary Dowell, author, Playing Through the Fence: Stories from 19 Women Who Challenged Stereotypes, Prejudice and Other Barriers to Achieve Career Success
- Tom Tolan, Milwaukee Magazine; Mike Crute and Earl Ingram, WRRD; Jerry Bader, WTAQ; Dan O'Donnel and Vicki Mckenna, WISN
- Christopher Kruse, owner, Off the Beaten Path; Dan Duchaine and Bill Rouleau, co-owners, Rusmor Records
- Bubbler Talk