Tarana, and MeToo

The moment you take a step inside the Memorial Union Theatre, conversations roar like crashing tidal waves of a tropical storm or hurricane approaching south Florida. The wave of voices anticipating the nights lecture thrash at various levels, making it tough to eavesdrop on a single conversation. Once settling in your seat, you hear someone … Continue reading Tarana, and MeToo

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The Land We Live On – Environmental Injustice and Native American Communities

The Flint Water Crisis and protests of the Keystone XL Pipeline at Standing Rock seem to have finally brought nation-wide media attention to environmental injustice happening in the United States. For some, environmental injustice is a new term, while others, often those of marginalized communities, have felt the implications of it every day. This audio … Continue reading The Land We Live On – Environmental Injustice and Native American Communities

Jasmine Kiah Puts Whiteness on Notice with The Humane Experiment: The Encounter

Culture shock is common for students coming to a new place. However, it is very difficult to be a creative when you feel like everything is against you. Jasmine Kiah went through this struggle her first few years at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A First Wave scholar, Kiah came into UW-Madison with the aspirations to … Continue reading Jasmine Kiah Puts Whiteness on Notice with The Humane Experiment: The Encounter

What do You Want to See from BKCHAT?

Hello all! Damitu and I are trying a new thing where people give feedback on what they want to see from BKCHAT:UW-Madison. https://youtu.be/RHuV-a2TQnw The idea for BKCHAT originated from BKChatWorld, a channel on YouTube that features videos from London, NYC and Houston. Since the primary audience is UW-Madison students, why not have y'all get involved? … Continue reading What do You Want to See from BKCHAT?