Haywood Simmons joined our host Aaron Perry on the 8 O’clock Buzz to discuss Phitness Plus. Haywood Simmons is not only the owner and founder of this radical “phitness” program, but also a former Badger football star. He started at UW-Madison in ’91 and was on the team for the school’s first Rose Bowl win in ’93-’94. In addition, Haywood struggled with obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure as a child.
There are so many emotions still surrounding the acquittal of George Zimmerman – anger, sadness, distrust and a feeling of injustice. Milele Chikasa Anana, President of Umoja Magazine, Haywood Simmons, Owner of Phitness Plus, and Jackie and Darius Hunt joined Aaron Perry on the 8 O’Clock Buzz to discuss the legacy of this verdict.
Host Aaron Perry and co-host Haywood Simmons interview Kaleem Caire (former Urban League CEO)and discuss plans to reorganize One City Early Learning Centers, serving South Madison.
Joshua Clauer, founder of None in the Gap, joins Aaron Perry and Haywood Simmons in studio to talk about programs designed to address the disparity gap here in Dane County.
Rowan Childs joins Aaron and Haywood in the studio to talk about the Madison Reading Project; the program is partnered with AfricaBridge and Salvation Army of Dane County children in Madison, WI through reading.
Tuesday 8 O’Clock Buzz hosts Aaron Perry and Haywood Simmons talk with Eric Kingson, author of Social Security Works.