Black & White Race Relations in Milwaukee

Project Milwaukee
4:13 pm
Thu June 18, 2009

Voices from African American Church

Discussion session ends at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church

We continue our Project Milwaukee series: Black & White, examining race relations in the city.

WUWM’s Susan Bence visited New Hope Missionary Baptist Church on the northeast side, as members gathered for a weekly discussion group.

They shared their experiences and views of race relations in Milwaukee.

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Project Milwaukee
4:05 pm
Thu June 18, 2009

Talking It Out

We continue our Project Milwaukee series: Black & White, examining race relations in the city.

We discovered a group that gathers once a month specifically to talk about race. WUWM’s Susan Bence attended a recent meeting.

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Project Milwaukee
4:02 pm
Thu June 18, 2009

Frustrations in Milwaukee's Black & Hispanic Communities

Robert Miranda is the editor and publisher of the Spanish Journal; he’s also the Executive Director of Esperanza Unida, Inc. in Milwaukee. Troy Shaw is President and CEO of TDS Management, which produces diversity-themed television programming. They spoke with Mitch Teich about their frustrations about the state of relations between Milwaukee’s African-American and Hispanic communities and the white community.

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Project Milwaukee
3:55 pm
Wed June 17, 2009

Race & Milwaukee's LGBT Community

Maria Cadenas is the executive director of the Cream City Foundation, and Brenda Coley is the director of adult services for the Milwaukee-based Diverse & Resilient. They spoke with Stephanie Lecci about how the broader state of race relations in Milwaukee gets reflected in the LGBT community.

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Project Milwaukee
3:21 pm
Wed June 17, 2009

Segregation in Milwaukee's Visual Arts World

Della Wells is a visual artist, founder of ABEA and on the board of the Museum of Wisconsin Art in West Bend. Reynaldo Hernandez is an artist, muralist and illustrator. Dr. Walter Sava is the Executive Director of the Latino Historical Society of Wisconsin, and has worked with Latino Arts, the Greater Milwaukee Education Trust, Latinos United for Political Action, and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

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