Friday on Lake Effect: UN Global Impact, Islands of Brilliance, 'The Design of Childhood'
Friday on Lake Effect:
A former diplomat makes the case for the ongoing importance of the United Nations. Then, a local group discusses their goal of improving the employment outlook for Milwaukeeans with autism spectrum disorders. Later, the author of The Design of Childhood explains how she believes design impacts children and the adults they become. Plus, Bubbler Talk answers a question about Milwaukee's hockey destiny.
- Sheba Crocker, vice president for Humanitarian Program Policy, CARE USA; former Assistant Secretary of State during the Obama Administration
- Mark Fairbanks, co-founder and director, Islands of Brilliance
- Alexandra Lange, author, The Design of Childhood: How the Material World Shapes Independent Kids
- Bubbler Talk