Wednesday on Lake Effect: Wisconsin's K-12 Budget, Police Recruiting, 'The Gospel of Eureka'

Jul 10, 2019

Wednesday on Lake Effect

A look at the wins and losses for K-12 education in the new state budget. Then, how recent police deaths are affecting new recruits. Later, a study analyzes the disparity between home and workplace segregation in U.S. cities. And a new PBS documentary looks at how love, religion and civil rights are expressed between evangelical Christians and the LGBTQ population in Eureka Springs, Ark.

Guests:

  • Emily Files, WUWM education reporter
  • Eugene Reyes, director, MATC’s Police Academy
  • Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher, co-directors, The Gospel of Eureka
  • Matthew Hall, professor of public policy, Cornell University