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#RaiseMKE - Sept. 22, 2016
Milwaukee Talks Race: Community Journal editor Thomas E. Mitchell
Thomas Mitchell is editor of the Milwaukee Community Journal, which has been reporting on and serving its African-American local readership for 40 years. We sat down with Mitchell to discuss Sherman Park, black-controlled political and economic systems, disruption and discomfort in protest, and the media's role in covering race.
#RaiseMKE - Sept. 7, 2016
Milwaukee Talks Race: State Sen. Lena Taylor
Lena Taylor has been trying to have a conversation about race in Milwaukee for most of her life, and especially vociferously for the past decade, representing Wisconsin's 4th District as a State Senator since 2005. We spoke with her about Sherman Park, societal issues, racism, new community-building ideas like HUBs and more.
Dining - Sept. 7, 2016
In search of the perfect pizza: Jimmy's Grotto
In his 100th pizza blog, Rick ventures out to Waukesha where, upon the recommendation of a friend or two, he tries pizza, garlic cheese bread and ponza rottas from Jimmy's Grotto. What's a ponza rotta? Well, you'll have to read to find out.
Sports - Sept. 1, 2016
What you need to know for Saturday's Wisconsin-LSU game at Lambeau Field
College football returns to Lambeau Field on Saturday with the Lambeau Field College Classic, which features the Wisconsin Badgers facing the LSU Tigers. Here's what you need to know about travel, parking, carry-ins, the stadium, events and more.
#RaiseMKE - Aug. 24, 2016
Milwaukee Talks Race: Walnut Way's LaShawndra Vernon
We spoke with Walnut Way executive director LaShawndra Vernon about Sherman Park, the institutional lever she's most focused on pulling in Milwaukee, false racial constructs and how hip-hop shows that, while culture isn't constrained by race, opportunity seems to be.

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