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Politics & Government
Fri March 11, 2011
Civil Rights Activist Looks at Protests Then and Now
One of the people watching – and taking part in -- the Madison protests has been Margaret (Peggy) Rozga.
She’s an English professor at UW-Waukesha, but perhaps is best known as the widow of James Groppi. He was the former Catholic priest and activist who was a major leader in the civil rights movement in Milwaukee in the 1960s.
WUWM'S Ann-Elise Henzl spoke with Rozga about how the two political eras compare.