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Tuesday on Lake Effect: Gendered Housework, Museum of Wisconsin History, All Of Us Program

Tuesday on Lake Effect:

A new set of studies look at the impact of gender expectations on who does the housework. Later, momentum is building for a new Museum of Wisconsin History. Our Beats Me series looks at a federal program that aims to have people share their health and lifestyle information, as well as their DNA. Plus, writer, cartoonist and Milwaukee native Paul Noth channels his experience growing up with eight siblings in his latest middle grade novel, How to Properly Dispose of Planet Earth.Guests:

  • Noelle Chesley, associate professor of sociology, UW-Milwaukee; Joanna Pepin, post-doctoral research fellow, University of Texas at Austin
  • Christian Overland, Ruth and Hartley Barker director of the Wisconsin Historical Society
  • Chuck Quirmbach, WUWM Innovation Reporter
  • Jenny Benjamin, poet
  • Paul Noth, author, How to Properly Dipose of Planet Earth
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