Aukofer, a Milwaukee native, began covering civil rights for the Milwaukee Journal in 1964, thus reporting most of the 1967 open housing marches. He discusses racism in past and present Milwaukee, his relationship with and impressions of Father...
Oral history--Wisconsin --Milwaukee; Civil rights demonstrations--Wisconsin--Milwaukee; Oral histories (document genres)
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
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Father Groppi annotation. Father Groppi center (shoe off) "Fair housing march in Milwaukee. There were over 200 days of consistent marches. Fifteen suburbs passed laws, and Milwaukee's ordinance covered 100% of the property."
Civil rights demonstrations--Wisconsin--Milwaukee;
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