Thursday on Lake Effect:
We hear from several artists who are calling last month’s in-person primary election a “Crime Against Humanity.” Then, a new journaling project from the Wisconsin Historical Society seeks to show how everyday people are experiencing this pandemic. An anti-vaping advocate shares his experience with addiction. Plus, an essayist compares the coronavirus pandemic to experiences during the Great Depression.
- Katie Mullen, creative director of BlackPaint; Laura Kezman, filmmaker; Dakota Hall, LIT: Leaders Igniting Change
- Simone Munson, Wisconsin Historical Society Librarian Archives Collection Development Coordinator
- Luka Kinard, student and anti-vaping advocate; Nia Kamara, student and co-founder of FACT at Shorewood High School
- Aleta Chossek, essayist