50 Years After The Marches
Sep 1st, 2017 by Andrea Waxman
200 consecutive nights of events will celebrate open housing marches of 50 years ago.
Aug 1st, 2017 by Jenny Fischer
Open housing marcher passes spirit of activism to daughter Ald. Chantia Lewis.
50 Years After the MarchesJul 28th, 2017 by Julie Grace
Other cities have done better at embracing diversity.
50 Years After the MarchesJul 25th, 2017 by Jabril Faraj
A new generation of black leaders faces economic, educational inequities.
50 Years After the MarchesJul 14th, 2017 by Jennifer Walter
Claudette Harris was arrested at age 14 for protesting segregation at Eagle’s Club.
50 Years After the MarchesJul 11th, 2017 by Naomi Waxman
The role of women in the Milwaukee’s open housing marches of the 1960s.
50 Years After the MarchesJul 7th, 2017 by Margaret Cannon
How a teenaged-boy joined the march for open housing.
50 Years After the MarchesJul 5th, 2017 by Brian Morrissey
Lyneria McGhee remembers why her family got involved in open housing marches.
50 Years After the MarchesJun 27th, 2017 by Edgar Mendez
Other than Brown Deer and Glendale, suburbs are overwhelmingly white.
Jun 22nd, 2017 by Andrea Waxman
The courageous protests of Fr. Groppi and the NAACP Youth Council.
Jun 20th, 2017 by Dean Bibens
Open housing marches of 1967 triggered ugly reactions from whites.
Jun 16th, 2017 by Rebecca Carballo
How Joyce and Ken McGhee persevered against racism.