Tuesday on Lake Effect: Lessons from Psychology, The Concert for Peace and Precious Lives
Tuesday on Lake Effect:
A Milwaukee psychologist shares the lessons he’s learned from working with diverse groups of people. Later, Mark Johnson was a leader in the United Way for 20 years, until he quit to become a cop. He shares his story. Then, a sense of optimism surrounds a remarkable musical event this week in Milwaukee called The Concert for Peace. And on Precious Lives, we’ll learn about a restorative justice practice called circle keeping.
- Ramel Smith, BLAQUESMITH Psychological Consultative Services
- Mark Johnson, author and former police officer
- Jody Hirsh, The Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center
- Precious Lives, series