Along with partisan sniping, Washington, D.C. sure creates a lot of paper. And the Affordable Care Act is really adding to the pile. The nearly 11,000 pages of regulations for this one law alone would reach three feet high if you made the mistake of printing it.
Members of the audience included: John W. Daniels Jr., Congresswoman Gwen Moore, Former United States Senator Herb Kohl, Ricardo Diaz, Keith Stanley, Representative David Bowen, Alderman Nik Kovac, Alderman José Pérez, Ann Wilson, Supervisor S. Moore Omokunde, Representative Mandela Barnes, Tina Chang, Jeanette Mitchell, Cristy Carcia-Thomas, Alderman Michael J. Murphy, and Susan Lloyd.
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What really happened during Milwaukee’s Open Housing Marches of 1967-1968? What happened after the 1968 Open Housing Law was passed? Did things change? Join us to learn more about the current state of segregation in Milwaukee, how that was shaped by the 1968 Open Housing Law, and where we go from here.
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is an annual fundraiser for the Urban Economic Development Association of Wisconsin, Carnival Milwaukee celebrates Milwaukee’s cultural diversity through food, music, dance, and art. Dressed in cultural attire, Carnival costumes and Mardi Gras garb, guests will enjoy live music by De La Buena, world music from a local DJ, a variety of flavorful, exotic dishes from over 25 local, ethnic restaurants, a large dance floor with a performance and lesson, and larger than life puppets.
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Marc Levine from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Center for Economic Development will address growth of entrenched segregation and racial inequality in Milwaukee since the 1970s. Margaret Rozga will discuss her involvement with Milwaukee’s NAACP Youth Council, her activism during and after the Open Housing Marches with late husband Father James Groppi and her continued social justice work. Bill Tisdale from Milwaukee’s Fair Housing Council will discuss the organization’s role and advocacy work in the past, present, and looking to the future.