WKSU Special Programming

WKSU will air testimony from attorney Michael Cohen on the WKSU News Channel on Wednesday, Feb. 27 beginning at 10 AM. Stream the WKSU News Channel online, through the WKSU mobile app, listen to WKSU HD-4 or use the WKSU Alexa Skill and say, "Ask WKSU to play news."

Listen to WKSU at 1 p.m. on Sundays in February for special programs that raise the roof with gospel's influence on popular music. Hosted by Grammy Award-winning gospel singer Cece Winans and produced by WXPN for NPR, Gospel Roots of Rock and SoulĀ airs on Feb. 3, 10, 17 and 24 to celebrate Black History Month.

Sexual harassment and gender discrimination have been met with a grassroots response in the #MeToo moment. On Jan. 22-25 from 8 PM-9 PM, WKSU presents Beyond #MeToo, four one-hour conversations focused on what we need to do as a society to remedy widespread sexual harassment.

Produced by WNYC, the four-night broadcast event covers the workplace, corrective responses, how we are raising and educating our children in this environment and how men can play a role in the solution.

If the U.S. is supposed to be a representative democracy, when did this county go from voters picking their representatives to politicians picking their voters? Congressional district gerrymandering has an ongoing effect on communities throughout Northeast Ohio, many of which have been split awkwardly in an effort to build voter blocks within specific communities. From Dec. 18 through Dec. 22, WKSU News examines the practice of gerrymandering - its past, present and possible future. Stories air daily during Morning Edition and will be posted on WKSU.org and on Facebook.