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We learn about plans to start resettling Afghan refugees in Wisconsin. Then, look at how communities like Cudahy are trying to attract younger residents. Bubbler Talk finds out why inflatable reindeer have been seen at COVID-19 vaccination and testing sites. Plus, we learn about the signature washfountain that launched the Bradley Corporation in Wi…
 
We learn about a tool that can help connect Black and LatinX youth in Milwaukee to education and job resources. Then, highlight some films to see this weekend at the sixth annual Milwaukee Muslim Film Festival. We learn about the Festival City Symphony’s upcoming season. Plus, a new documentary tells the story of a fighter pilot downed over Italy, …
 
A billboard with the words “You Are Loved” over a progress rainbow flag and superimposed with flowers went up in Madison, Wisconsin this past summer. Designed by Madison-based transgender, nonbinary artist Rae Senarighi, it was originally intended to just be up in June for Pride month, but a grassroots campaign has turned it into so much more.…
 
We look at the budget proposals for Milwaukee County and the City of Milwaukee and learn exactly how they’re using funds from the American Rescue Plan Act. Then, speak with the artist behind the “You Are Loved” pride billboards which originated in Wisconsin and have spread to other states. Plus, we learn how a sound-proof arena is making it easier …
 
We speak with a reporter from the Wisconsin Watch about a recent report on police being called on students in Wisconsin at twice the national rate. We learn about the mental health challenges young people are facing at Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake and what kind of treatment is available. We tell you about 529 saving plans and how they can help you…
 
We’ll learn about the good and bad mental health implications of being a sports fanatic. Then, we'll learn about the nationwide nursing shortage and how it's impacting hospitals in Wisconsin. We’ll tell you about a new book that celebrates the progression of the Milwaukee River Greenway. Bubbler Talk will explain why Thiensville is its own town, de…
 
We hear from Milwaukee Alderwoman JoCasta Zamarripa about the growing Latinx community and what needs to improve to help them thrive. Then, learn how UWM’s Roberto Hernandez Center is celebrating the history of those who fought for equity at the university. Plus, learn how teaching is changing as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.…
 
As the deadline looms, we look at the process to create new district maps in Milwaukee County. Then, learn about the new book, A Smart Girl’s Guide: Race & Inclusion. Plus, we hear from one of the co-founders of LUNA, a Milwaukee group focused on raising the visibility of Latinx artists.
 
We learn about Milwaukee’s affordable housing landscape and why the shortage has been decades in the making. Then, learn about the history of the Brown Berets in Milwaukee and how the local chapter re-grouped in response to a rise of hate groups. Plus, hear from a member of Diverse and Resilient about the work they’re doing to achieve health equity…
 
We learn how Indigenous People’s Day came to be recognized in Wisconsin. Then, talk with a member of the Wisconsin Latinx History Collective about the history of Cubans in Milwaukee. We learn about Take Root Milwaukee, a group helping non-native English speakers become homeowners. Plus, meet a local father and son percussion duo.…
 
We look at what both buyers and sellers can expect for the 2022 housing market. Then, learn about a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel investigation into electrical fires, after a man was killed. We learn how working from home during the pandemic and moving work online has impacted cybersecurity and ransomware attacks. Plus, look at a series of events base…
 
We learn about the new Center for Research in Psychoactive Substances at UW-Madison. Then, a new report shows fewer students are filling out a key financial aid form. We find out what that could mean for college enrollment. We look at five things to do this month in Milwaukee. Plus, learn about the career and legacy of South Milwaukee native, and p…
 
We speak with the Dominican Center’s new Executive Director. Then, hear how a recent high school grad has adjusted to life with COVID-19 in our Pandemic Reflections series. We learn about the discovery of a wildflower that hasn’t been seen in Wisconsin in over 50 years. Plus, hear some new local songs in this month’s Milwaukee Music Roundup.…
 
WUWM education reporter Emily Files joins us to go over some of the Republican-authored education bills advancing through Wisconsin’s state legislature. We’ll learn about the rise of human trafficking during the pandemic. We’ll get a book recommendation on climate change in our new series with the Milwaukee Public Library. We’ll hear from two local…
 
We’ll speak to a Los Angeles Times national correspondent about the increase in homicides, and how violence is especially surging in Milwaukee. Then, a victim and perpetrator of gun violence talks about how it’s impacted his life. We’ll learn about the little-known group of youth caregivers and the challenges they face. Plus, we’ll talk about fall …
 
We’ll speak with a man who helped Cuban refugees living at Fort McCoy in 1980 transition to life in Wisconsin. Then, we’ll speak with an environmental expert about her new book that proposes changing the economy to improve the environment. We’ll look at what it takes for aging athletes to maintain an elite level of gameplay. Plus, we’ll learn about…
 
We’ll explore the stigmas surrounding mental health awareness in the Latinx community. We’ll learn about a new book that covers the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, ‘Call and Response: The Story of Black Lives Matter’. Bubbler Talk explores why there aren’t any historically designated landmarks for Milwaukee’s Latinx community. Plus, Milwau…
 
We’ll learn about the nationwide nursing shortage and how it's impacting hospitals in Wisconsin. Then, we’ll learn about MATC’s new gap year program that aims to help recent grads figure out the next steps after high school. Plus, a new documentary tells the story of a fighter pilot downed over Italy, and his family's journey to find the wreckage 7…
 
We’ll speak with historians about how they’re documenting the stories of Latinx Wisconsinites past and present. Then, we’ll hear from a Milwaukee judge about his experience battling COVID-19 as part of our Pandemic Reflections series. Plus, we’ll look at this year’s Doors Open Milwaukee exhibit, which includes new virtual walking tours through the …
 
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