Watch Latest Episode: 10thirtysix, 3/15/2018
March 15, 2018
10thirtysix concludes a series on sexual harassment in the workplace by focusing on human resources and steps employees can take if they become victims. Plus, meet a marathon runner who suffers from an often debilitating disease --- inflammatory bowel disease --- and what she's doing to help herself and others who have been diagnosed with IBD. And hear from some young musical artists about a Milwaukee initiative that's given them the freedom to be themselves.
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October 19, 2017
After many hotly debated committee meetings, some members of the Milwaukee Common Council and community advocates don't see eye-to-eye with the Health Department's strategy for getting the word out on lead risks in paint, water and the soil. Ald. Tony Zielinski and others have put forth proposals that would shift the Health Department's priorities when it comes to informing the public on lead in the water. Meanwhile, other elected officials, including state Sen. Lena Taylor, say none of the new policies go far enough to protect vulnerable residents.
August 4, 2017
Milwaukee PBS’ Raul Galvan returns to his home country of Cuba to reflect on how the relationship between the nations has changed in recent years.
President Donald Trump kept a campaign promise last week in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood by signing an executive order tightening restrictions on travel and trade with Cuba, rolling back President Barack Obama’s relaxing of relations between the United States and the island.