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Milwaukee Community Journal
3612 N Martin Luther King Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53212 Directions
The only known survivor of a racially motivated lynching once told me of the discovery that sparked his interest in creating Americas Black Holocaust Museum. Historian James Cameron, founder of the museum and a former columnist for the Black newspaper I once edited the one youre holding, revealed how a friend made a startling discovery The post A Museum of White Supremacy appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.
It was nothing to slap a price onto every bit of their existence. Degrade them and make them feel like they are nothing. As awful as this sounds and as much as our people had to experience such turmoil, the storm of selling out, only seems like it has briefly died down. The storm has The post Not For Sale: The War on Sex Trafficking Tween & Teens in Milwaukee Pt 1 appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.
Compiled by MCJ Editorial staff No further comment at this time. So read part of a statement by Milwaukee Public Schools regarding the federal charges against former MPS Board member and president Michael Bonds for his role in a bribery scheme that also involved two executives of Universal Companies, a non-profit education and real estate The post Bonds to Plead Guilty for Role in Bribery Scheme appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.
Green-Ribbon Status of the Lindsay Heights Neighborhood Grows withNew Green Infrastructure, Solar Installations and Eco Tour Designation Partners and Residents Celebrate the Neighborhood Improvements Milwaukee, Thursday, April 18th, 2019 Today, Walnut Way Conservation Corp., a neighborhood-based nonprofit known for its innovative work in economic and environmental health and wellness, and the City of Milwaukees The post Lindsay Heights Celebrates Green Infrastructure and Earns Eco Tour Designation appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.
MADISON OnSaturday, May 4, 2019, the 7th annualPerforming Ourselves Showcase Hand in Hand will feature two performances by approximately 125 youth fromschools andcommunity centers across Madison. The program, which is co-directed by Associate Professor and Chair Kate Corby UW-Madison Dance Department and Mariah LeFeber, has provided a series of experiential movement and performance classes The post Dance Department, Community Arts Collaboratory Present Performing Ourselves Annual Spring Showcases appeared first on Milwaukee Community Journal.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
333 W State St
Milwaukee, WI 53203 Directions
Panic, prayers and a groundbreaking procedure: How a doctor at Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin saved a little boy with holes in his heart.
The crash happened when police tried to stop a car but the driver did not pull over and slammed into a truck and school bus, Milwaukee police said.
The teens, from 13 to 16 years old, are expected to survive.
Anyone interested in donating to help the officer recover from his injuries can ask for the fund at a U.S. Bank location.
Twenty officers were injured during the pursuits, one fatally, along with 165 pursuit subjects, five of whom died.
759 N 19th St
Milwaukee, WI 53233 Directions
Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney answered questions from voters Tuesday in New Hampshire.
See a continued question-and-answer segment involving Delaney and the voters.
See a more traditional town-hall style format where the voters primarily ask questions of the candidate.
See Delaneys biography and learn more about his background.
Milwaukee police say the teens suffered non-life-threatening injuries and are expected to survive.
9001 N Green Bay Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53209 Directions
MILWAUKEE Cody Bellinger hit his 10th home run, Max Muncy also went deep, and Julio Urias struck out a career-high nine and allowed one hit in six strong innings as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Milwaukee Brewers 3-1 Thursday night to extend their winning streak to five games. Bellinger drove a 3-2 pitch from reliever Matt Albers 1-1 into the Dodgers bullpen in right center in the sixth inning. Muncy followed with a two-run shot that landed in
Bottled water was the number one packaged beverage in the US in 2018 but a new Consumer Reports investigation finds several brands of bottled water contain arsenic at concerning levels. Bottled water is sold almost everywhere. But do you really know whats in it For example, Starkey Spring Water owned by Whole Foods. In later 201 to early 2017, more than 2,000 cases were recalled because they contained arsenic levels higher than the federal government allows. So, after the recalls
MILWAUKEE One person is dead following a shooting near 5thand Center Thursday evening, April 18, the Milwaukee County Medical Examiners Office confirms. Multiple Milwaukee Police Department squads responded to the scene. PHOTO GALLERY It appears several blocks are taped off as police investigate. This is a developing story. Monitor FOX6 News and FOX6Now.com for updates.
MILWAUKEE In honor of National Police Week in May, a Milwaukee bar hosted a fundraiser for the families of two fallen officers on Thursday, April 18. Officers Charles Irvine and Officer Michael Michalski were killed in the line of duty in 2018. In May, the officers names will be added to the National Police Memorial in Washington, D.C. Shakers Cigar Bar raised funds during a four-course dinner to help family members travel to D.C. Shakers owner recalls the first
MARION, Ind. Family came together Thursday to honor a man who fought for his country in World War II, but his remains were left undiscovered for 76 years. Fred Evert Freet, who was a private in the United States Marine Corps, was only 18 years old when he was killed on November 20, 1943. It happened during a battle on Betio Island as U.S. Naval ships approached Tarawa Atoll. Thousands of lives were lost over a 76-hour span in
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