Monday on Lake Effect:
Community leader Reggie Jackson discusses his work with America’s Black Holocaust Museum and his research into the roots of segregation in Milwaukee. Then, cellist Robert Cohen talks about his experience relearning a piece of music he hasn’t played in 25 years, a process he finds intriguing. And Milwaukee native Jeff Castelaz, formerly of Elektra Records, explains why he left his job there to return to his first love: managing bands like the Dropkick Murphys.
- Reggie Jackson, head griot, Black Holocaust Museum
- Robert Cohen, cellist
- Jeff Castelaz, music producer and band manager