Listen: During our Meet The Need campaign this past holiday season, we spoke with a number of organizations that address domestic violence as well as groups that work with the particular and complex dependency children develop with their caretakers. The relationships involved in those two types of relationships are meet at this very important forum.
This week's panel includes Mark Lyday (Director of Child Advocacy and Protection Services at the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin), LaTrice Buck (Director of the Milwaukee Women's Center, a Division of Community Advocates), Ann Ranfranz (Coordinator of Sensitive Crimes Victim Services at the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office), and Kit McNally (Executive Director of the Benedict Center).
Catch this episode of 4th Street Forum on Friday at 10PM and Sunday morning at 9am on Milwaukee Public Television (Channel 10.1).
The 4th Street Forum returns in two weeks with “Home Grown Energy for Wisconsin.” We spend twenty two billion a year to by fossil fuels from outsiders. But now, entrepreneurs generate clean power from the sun, manure, and trash. Will health and wealth benefit from home grown energy?
More information on the 4th Street Forum is available at their website. You can also check out the embarrassment of riches that is their video archives.
Interviews: Ben Wick
Produced by: Ben Wick and Adam Carr
- Historic Milwaukee Turner Hall