Thursday on Lake Effect: ACEs, Foreign Policy Under Trump, 'Wonder Uncovered'
Thursday on Lake Effect:
Researchers at UW-Milwaukee look at the long-term effects of what are known as Adverse Childhood Experiences. Later, our foreign policy contributor says crises in Syria and North Korea are serving as a wake-up call to the Trump Administration. We speak with the reporter who did the first interview with James Santelle since he stepped down as US Attorney two years ago. And we preview a show that reinterprets some iconic works by Stevie Wonder.
- Dr. Dimitri Topitzes and Dr. Joshua Mersky, associate professors, Helen Bader School of Social Welfare at UWM
- Art Cyr, director, Clausen Center for World Business at Carthage College
- Doug Moe, writer
- Dave Wake and Tarik Moody, curators, Wonder UNCOVERED