Last week, Burkinabe Musician and Human Rights Activist Ezé Wendtoin visited UW-Madison offering workshops for students and a performance at Union South. Ezé is a musician from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso who now lives in Dresden, Germany. His music protests and works against racism and xenophobia. He offered students the opportunity to learn German and address topics of diversity and inclusivity through music.
Ezé also sat down with local radio station WORT for an interview on 6pm Local News. To take a listen, go to the WORT archive, find the September 19 and “WORT Local News – Thursday.” Ezé’s interview starts around 33:00.