The Indy is back with a much delayed episode! This week (back in early March) we are joined by William Garcia of the La Crosse Democratic Party to discuss what it means to be a […]
Lovato’s memoir is a work that is both personal and expansive, at once a searing personal examination into his own family history that shaped his revolutionary trajectory in life, as well as a wide-ranging history of El Salvador and how the dark shadow of its past have shaped the country’s social context today and fuels the migration of refugees to the United States.
Mac Kiel hopes to provide creative solutions that center the needs of young people in her campaign for La Crosse Common Council’s 7th District.
Rebecca Schwarz is a strong, experienced candidate who hopes to provide a fresh voice for District 10 on the La Crosse Common Council.
Jennifer Trost hopes that if elected to the La Crosse Common Council she can work to increase public participation in local government.
We spoke to photojournalist and union activist Susan Ruggles about her memories of the Wisconsin Uprising and why the pandemic is leading to an increase in support for unions.
Mackenzie Mindel is a young candidate with lots of bold ideas. Read about her run for La Crosse Common Council here.
Rachel MacFarland is unconvinced by Neil Gaiman’s attempts to locate the American Soul, as if such a singular concept exists, like a key stuck under a Slurpee machine at a roadside truck stop, just waiting to be discovered
Explore a strange and wonderful planet created by artist Chase Gentry in the new Ope! zine.
The event will include a discussion of the connection between Wall Street and economic downturns, the destruction of Wisconsin’s family farms, and Modern Monetary Theory.