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Reggie Jackson, Head Griot at the Black Holocaust Museum.

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City Hall: How Long Will Flag Debate Last?
City Hall

How Long Will Flag Debate Last?

Arts Board might not have decision on the city flag by the end of 2018.

City Hall: Will City Adopt a New Flag?
City Hall

Will City Adopt a New Flag?

Arts Board doesn't seem crazy about "Peoples' Flag," has invited creators to next meeting.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Rebuilding a Vibrant Bronzeville
Eyes on Milwaukee

Rebuilding a Vibrant Bronzeville

Actor Danny Glover and many local notables celebrate new development anchored by Black Holocaust Museum.

Preview the New Black Holocaust Museum

Preview the New Black Holocaust Museum

Actor Danny Glover featured in opening celebration of building housing museum and Griot Apartments.

Students Retrace Civil Rights Era

Students Retrace Civil Rights Era

Local high schools help students retrace open housing march, travel to Selma, Memphis, key sites.

You’re Invited to Community Advocates Public Policy Institute’s 10th Anniversary Celebration April 26 at the Milwaukee Public Museum
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You’re Invited to Community Advocates Public Policy Institute’s 10th Anniversary Celebration April 26 at the Milwaukee Public Museum

Understanding the Roots and Legacy of Housing Segregation with The Color of Law’s Richard Rothstein and Local Historian Reggie Jackson

ACT II Programming Returns to Milwaukee Repertory Theater as Part of <em>Until The Flooed</em> Production
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ACT II Programming Returns to Milwaukee Repertory Theater as Part of Until The Flooed Production

With Community Guest Responders and Facilitated Dialogues Lead by the Zeidler Center For Public Discussion

Jewish Museum Milwaukee Exhibit Recounts Jewish, African American Alliance for Civil Rights
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Jewish Museum Milwaukee Exhibit Recounts Jewish, African American Alliance for Civil Rights

Museum forms committee of local leaders dedicated to ongoing mutual advocacy for equality

Town Hall Meetings Discuss Police Reforms

Town Hall Meetings Discuss Police Reforms

Fire and Police Commission seeks community responses to federal study of Milwaukee Police.

Artists Enrich Garfield Apartments Grand Opening

Artists Enrich Garfield Apartments Grand Opening

Visual, musical and spoken-word artists celebrate opening of new complex on 4th and North.

Yesterday’s Milwaukee: The Rise and Fall of Bronzeville
Yesterday’s Milwaukee

The Rise and Fall of Bronzeville

At its peak in the 1930s to 1950s, it had quite a history.

Beyond Sherman Park

Beyond Sherman Park

Community takes stock of central city a year after unrest. Discussion to air on PBS Aug. 10

50 Years After the Marches: Residential Segregation Still A Problem
50 Years After the Marches

Residential Segregation Still A Problem

Other than Brown Deer and Glendale, suburbs are overwhelmingly white.

Why the Jewish Museum Matters

Why the Jewish Museum Matters

Current exhibit is example of story telling that strengthens community.

Officials Celebrate Garfield Development

Officials Celebrate Garfield Development

Groundbreaking for $17 million development and reopened Black Holocaust Museum.

A Hard Look at U.S. Racial History

A Hard Look at U.S. Racial History

Thousands of lynchings, one in Milwaukee. Experts convene at local museum.

MPTV and WUWM Collaborate on Sherman Park Special
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MPTV and WUWM Collaborate on Sherman Park Special

Both Radio and Television Formats to Air Throughout the Weekend of August 19-21 on MPTV and WUWM

Can Black Holocaust Museum Be Reborn?

Can Black Holocaust Museum Be Reborn?

New Maures Development complex could house it on ground floor, but details are scanty.

Marquette Theatre presents “To Kill a Mockingbird: An African American Perspective” lecture
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Marquette Theatre presents “To Kill a Mockingbird: An African American Perspective” lecture

The play will run at the Marquette Theatre from Nov. 12-22.

Bar Exam: Major Goolsby’s, Still a Great Sports Bar
Bar Exam

Major Goolsby’s, Still a Great Sports Bar

One of nation's first, where Charles Barkley and Reggie Jackson, among others, hung out.

Do Black Lives Matter?

Do Black Lives Matter?

Our history suggests answer is no, argues Black Holocaust Museum researcher.