Wednesday on Lake Effect:
A roundtable of community members talks about the Milwaukee legacy of the March on Washington after 50 years, and the challenges yet to be overcome. Later, we learn about racial justice efforts being undertaken by the YWCA of Southeast Wisconsin. And a Wisconsin outdoors writer offers some suggestions for finding animals in their natural habitats in the waning days of summer.
- 50 Years After the March on Washington, A Candid Conversation about Race Relations in Milwaukee
- In Disparate Community, Local YWCA Works to Make Racial Justice Within Reach
- Essay: State Should Embrace Singer-Protestors
- Wisconsin's Wildlife: Book Identifies Native Animals Near You