Monday on Lake Effect: Prison Water Contamination, Changing U.N. Leadership, and Kosher/Soul Project
Monday on Lake Effect:
The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism finds another place with water problems – some Wisconsin prisons. Then, a grass-roots group is advocating for strong US involvement in the UN amid a change in leadership. Later, a look at the myth and reality of so-called “super lice.” And culinary historian, Michael Twitty is both African-American and Jewish, and his “Kosher/Soul” project makes the point that the two traditions use food to tell a story in a way that most other traditions do not.
- Dee Hall, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism; Susan Bence, WUWM Environmental Reporter
- Chris Whatley, United Nations Association of the U.S.
- Dr. Michael O’Reilly, pediatrician
- Michael Twitty, culinary historian