Fred Royal, the president of the Milwaukee chapter of the NAACP.
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Long-time resident of Milwaukee District #7 seeking to replace alderman Khalif J. RaineyJul 21st, 2019 by Fred Royal, Jr.
Group includes diverse representation from community leaders seeking to recommend intergovernmental solutions to County funding challengesDec 10th, 2018 by County Executive Chris Abele
With Community Guest Responders and Facilitated Dialogues Lead by the Zeidler Center For Public DiscussionMar 8th, 2018 by Milwaukee Repertory Theater
Until The Flood explores the reactions of the St. Louis region to the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.Feb 19th, 2018 by Milwaukee Repertory Theater
Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs invites residents to attend tonight’s Town Hall meeting, Creating Constructive Public Dialogue for Selecting Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) Chief of PoliceJan 31st, 2018 by Ald. Milele Coggs
WisDOT is refusing to include necessary public transit expansion as part of the project.Mar 2nd, 2017 by American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin
We are writing on behalf of an array of community groups to express our serious misgivings regarding the recently released draft “Public Safety Action Plan.”Aug 31st, 2016 by American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin
This conference will take an interdisciplinary approach to exploring the water-related legal, scientific, engineering and environmental issues that fill today’s news and touch all of our lives.Aug 30th, 2016 by Marquette University
Says he will appoint Jonette Arms Director of Department on AgingMar 30th, 2016 by State Sen. Chris Larson
Reverend Julian Jasper, a former MATC board member, said, “The legislative changes drafted by the MMAC are undemocratic.”Oct 26th, 2015 by Press Release
Thousands of parents, educators, students and community leaders held “walk-ins” at more than 100 public schools across the city of Milwaukee.Sep 18th, 2015 by Milwaukee Teachers’ Education Association
Headliners include actors Raven-Symoné and John Ashton; documentary subjects April Carrión and Moziah Bridges; award-winning directors Chad Gracia and Stanley NelsonSep 17th, 2015 by Milwaukee Film
The groups object to the application because diverting water to the suburbs will worsen segregation and racial disparities in the region.Aug 28th, 2015 by American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin