Thursday on Lake Effect:
Project Milwaukee: Segregation Matters continues with how segregation and environmental health are linked. We hear perspectives from both national and local sources. Later, an effort to solve a challenge in some Milwaukee neighborhoods: easy access to fresh food. And Reince Priebus’s unlikely rise from a Republican candidate in Kenosha to White House chief-of-staff.
- Jacqui Patterson, director, NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program
- Davita Flowers-Shanklin, Urban Ecology Center
- Chris Simmons, clinical associate professor, Marquette University; Abby Busse, senior, Marquette; Tim McCullow, Homegrown Initiative, City of Milwaukee; Mary Andres, resident, Martin Drive neighborhood
- Joe Potente, former reporter and editor, Kenosha News