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Listen to the names of the lives lost to police violence

These are 100 names of victims that have lost their lives due to systematic racism and police brutality. This is a limited list of deaths, curated by NPR, since Eric Garner's death in July 2014. We are taking the time to #saytheirnames because it is more than a hashtag. To create transformative change and acknowledge [...] Listen to the names of the lives lost to police violence appeared first on 88Nine Radio Milwaukee.

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Riverwest Food Pantry: Community of Generosity During Pandemic

Bright Saturday mornings used to bring a vibrant community to the Riverwest Food Pantry, and all involved hope that begins again soon. But on May 9, the new normal went into operation in the St. Casimir Church parking lot, as volunteers launched their seventh week in a new drive-up/walk-up style operation.   At 7:00 a.m., [...] The post Riverwest Food Pantry: Community of Generosity During Pandemic appeared first on Media Milwaukee.

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Sudan Archives connects Frank Ocean to African electronic music from the '80s and Tibetan sound bowls

My guest today is Sudan Archives. Sudan Archives is the project of Brittney Denise Parks. She's a violinist by trade but she makes amazing music that is unlike anything else being made right now. Her new album is called "Athena." We've been playing "Limitless." I caught her at her home in L.A. What is the [...] The post Sudan Archives connects Frank Ocean to African electronic music from the '80s and Tibetan sound bowls appeared first on 88Nine Radio Milwaukee.

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Rediscover cauliflower
If ever we could use some good, hearty comfort food, now is that time. That makes the publication of local author Jeanette Hurt's latest book, "Cauliflower Comfort Food: Delicious Low-Carb Recipes for Your Favorite Classics," perfectly timed.
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Hidden Gem: The Pint
There's definitely something special about Walker's Pint, located at 818 S. 2nd St. Not only is it one of the last women's / lesbian bars in the country, it's also a sports bar, beer-and-a-shot "corner tap" and one of the friendliest taverns in town.
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WEB Du Bois' 1922 visit
As I stood outside on a cold spring day watching the installation of a statue of American Civil Rights activist, author, sociologist, orator and historian W.E.B. Du Bois, I had only recently learned that I was but a couple blocks from where DuBois once spoke in Milwaukee.
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Tunisian Shakshuka
This week, Lori Fredrich is sharing one of her favorite dishes: shakshuka. Perfect for breakfast, brunch or brinner, this delicious vegetable and egg dish is easy to make at home and can be easily adapted to your individual taste.