Monday on Lake Effect:
The Project Milwaukee series, Segregation Matters, continues. We examine data that demonstrates the extent of segregation in the city and a key factor that contributes to it. Later, a new project works to ease an issue facing the city’s impoverished neighborhoods: evictions. And a Milwaukee pastor and veteran of the Civil Rights movement offers his thoughts about the state of segregation in Milwaukee today.
- Marc Levine, director, Center for Economic Development at UW-Milwaukee
- Ellen Brostrom, Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge; Dawn Caldart, attorney, Quarles & Brady; Raphael Ramos, attorney, Legal Action of Wisconsin
- Joseph W. Ellwenger, civil rights activist and pastor emeritus, Cross Lutheran Church