Correspondence and memos of Milwaukee United School Integration Committee (MUSIC), an organization that worked to end school segregation and racial discrimination in Milwaukee through freedom schools, school boycotts, marches, demonstrations, and...
African Americans--Civil rights--Wisconsin--Milwaukee; Segregation in education--Wisconsin--Milwaukee;
Footage of a press conference where Father James Groppi, flanked by the Commandos, announced the second march for fair housing legislation to be held that night, August 29, 1967. Groppi clearly lays out the route of the march from the North Side to...
Civil rights demonstrations--Wisconsin--Milwaukee; Discrimination in housing--Wisconsin--Milwaukee; Housing--Law and legislation--Wisconsin--Milwaukee;
Footage of Father Groppi at the Unitarian Church West in Brookfield. He speaks about his participation in demonstrations in the South, and among other things, the effect of the local civil rights movement on identity of black youth.
Footage of the events on August 29, 1967 including the fair housing march and the Freedom House burning. Scenes include the 16th Street Viaduct (now the Father Groppi Bridge), the Milwaukee Police Department, Father Groppi and marchers, and...
Civil rights demonstrations--Wisconsin--Milwaukee;
Murrell came to Milwaukee in the 1940's and became active in school issues through their children. They discuss We-Milwaukee, Eva's work with the Parent Teacher Association from 1962-1966, problems with the Milwaukee schools their children...
Oral histories (document genres); Oral history--Wisconsin--Milwaukee; Civil rights demonstrations--Wisconsin--Milwaukee
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