Black Nouveau: COVID Conversations Thursday, January 14, 7:30 PM, Ch 10.1
COVID-19 has devastated Milwaukee’s African American community. Black Wisconsinites are disproportionately affected and dying from the virus. Many of the survivors face unique physical and mental health challenges.
We discuss some of those challenges with five Milwaukeeans who contracted the virus: State Rep. David Bowen, political consultant Arkesia Jackson, Rev. Greg Lewis, and mental health clinicians Simmone Kilgore and Arnitta Holiman.
The program is co-moderated by Arnitta Holliman and Earl Arms, host of MKE PBS’ Black Nouveau.
The death of George Floyd and other racial injustices brought to light last year have many wondering about their own perspective on these issues and why they think the way they do. Milwaukee PBS’ Black Nouveau offers a virtual event to help explore that subject.
The human experience is biased; we all have points of view shaped by our experiences. Sometimes, our “implicit biases” negatively affect the way we interact with others.
Kima and Dasha Kelly Hamilton guide attendees through “Understanding Implicit Bias,” a 90-minute interactive event that will help people understand unconscious patterns and stereotypes we develop that affect individuals, attitudes and actions.
Outdoor Wisconsin kicked off the 34th season with a visit to North Point Lighthouse in Milwaukee County's Lake Park.
In this episode Deb Wolniak hones her survival skills at the Wild Women Workshop in Horicon Marsh. Jeff Kelm gets tips from Washington County researchers and underwater divers to stop the spread of aquatic invasive species in Wisconsin lakes. And Dan Small joins a group of kids for ice fishing lessons on Blackhawk Lake in Iowa County.
The 2021 Indie Lens Pop-Up virtual film series starts here! Milwaukee PBS, in partnership with the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, proudly presents this free and engaging virtual film series.
Featuring documentaries seen on PBS’s Independent Lens, Indie Lens Pop-Up draws local residents, leaders and organizations to discuss what matters most, from newsworthy topics and social issues, to family and community relationships. Make friends, share stories and join the conversation online.
Featuring interviews with 9to5’s founders, as well as actor and activist Jane Fonda, 9to5: The Story of a Movement is the previously untold story of the fight that inspired a hit and changed the American workplace.
Following the screening there will be a 30-minute panel discussion. Panelists for this event include Jean Grow, DEI Consultant, and Chineva Smith and Linda Garcia Benard, both from the 9to5 organization.
NOVA explores the power of this information and the unintended consequences that can arise from sharing our data with these rapidly growing online databases. DNA results that offer estimates of health risks can be misleading, and the discovery of intimate family secrets can tear relationships apart.
Discover the fascinating story of Elizebeth Smith Friedman, the groundbreaking cryptanalyst who helped bring down Al Capone and break up a Nazi spy ring in South America. Her work helped lay the foundation for modern codebreaking today.
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