Human trafficking involves thousands of victims around the world, including the United States. Who are the perpetrators and victims of human trafficking? How can this happen?
What is hate? How do haters find each others to become hate groups? What turns these groups violent?
Dick’s guest is Dr. Jack Schaeffer, Assistant Professor of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice at Western Illinois University and a retired FBI Special Agent.
This colorful part of Americana can also be a path to self employment and business ownership for low income Americans.
Dick’s guest is Meghan Blake-Horst, Street Vending Coordinator for the City of Madison.
How can unconscious workplace bias affect decision making with employers and coworkers? Is there a way to make ourselves less biased or unbiased?
Dick’s guest is Deborah Vaughn Biddle, founder of High Performance Development Solutions LLC and is also a diversity and inclusion corporate consultant.
How common is Autism Spectrum Disorder? How is it viewed and treated differently than in the past?
Dick’s guest is Dr. Sarah Lechago, who is an Assistant Professor in the General Psychology and Behavior Analysis masters’ programs at the University of Houston-Clear Lake and is also developing a Language Developmental Clinic that will be affiliated with UHCLO’S Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CADD).
Who are the patients that are treated in psychiatric units? How do they get there? How are they served?
Dick’s guests are Dr. Matthew Sager, Psychiatrist and Medical Director and Christina Mignon, Nurse Manager of the Inpatient Adult Behavioral Health Unit at SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin.
What are the current immigration laws and policies? How can these help us evaluate the “wisdom” of suggested changes?
Dick’s guest, Shabnam Lofti, is the head of a law firm specializing in immigration law. Her firm serves clients throughout the Unites States and around the world.
A serial entrepreneur is helping businesses use mindfulness to be more profitable and create a better work climate for employees.
Dick’s guest, Dr. Zachary Berk explains how corporations benefit from mindfulness programs.
Presently, there are 1.4 million gang members in America. What’s the draw of being in a gang? What is it like inside? Why the recent increase in gang members?
Dick’s guests are retired Detective George Chavez who served 14 years as Madison, Wisconsin’s only gang detective and Officer Lester Moore who has 10 years of experience with gangs.
Two criminal court judges who care deeply about justice as well as fairness share what they see and what they can do from the bench.
Dick’s guests, Honorable Julie Genovese and Honorable Stephen Elke have served as criminal court judges in the Circuit Court of Dane County, Wisconsin since 2009.
Over 42,000 Americans commit suicide annually. What can the layman do to reduce the chances of some troubled person in their life committing suicide?
Dick’s guest, Jean Papalia has spent the last nine years teaching the suicide prevention program Q.P.R. (Question. Persuade. Refer.) and serves on the Safe Community Suicide Prevention Task Force in Madison, Wisconsin.