Urban Triage founder and CEO Brandi Grayson will be featured on the upcoming season finale of “Wisconsin Life” on PBS on Thursday night at 7 p.m. Urban Triage is a Madison non-profit that engages and supports youth, assists with housing needs, and provides food and knowledge through their agriculture programming.
“Wisconsin Life” and host Angela Fitzgerald have spent episodes in places such as Hudson and Waukesha to highlight Wisconsinites doing interesting and impactful things across the state. The program, now in its 10th season, is made possible through a partnership of PBS Wisconsin and Wisconsin Public Radio.
Grayson will join Fitzgerald to discuss the meaningful work that Urban Triage has been able to accomplish in their handful of years as an organization, specifically when it comes to empowering and enabling Black families to reach better health and opportunities, according to a press release from PBS Wisconsin. The episode will also be available to stream at pbswisconsin.org/WILife and on the free PBS video app on all streaming devices and Smart TVs on Thanksgiving night at p.m. 7
More on “Wisconsin Life,” along with full episodes of the show, can be accessed on the PBS Wisconsin website here.