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Understanding our alarming racial wealth gap

Understanding our alarming racial wealth gap

Milwaukee is the most segregated city in America and one of the worst cities for Black people. Some could see that situation and believe that these disparities are the result of the decisions Black people make rather than racism. Andre M. Perry, a fellow in the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program, challenges that perspective by assessing [...] Understanding our alarming racial wealth gap appeared first on 88Nine Radio Milwaukee.

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The Vision of the UWM Planetarium

Sparking curiosity about stars and inspiring community conversations University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Planetarium Director and astronomer Jean Creighton says she is inspired by two things: "I love stars. And I love sharing my enthusiasm for the cosmos with our entire community." Fueled by curiosity, the UWM Planetarium seems to take on the personality of its directors [...] The post The Vision of the UWM Planetarium appeared first on Media Milwaukee.

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Sudan Archives connects Frank Ocean to African electronic music from the

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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arts-at-large-revisit
Arts @ Large revisit
Recently, I went back for a look at the finished Arts @ Large headquarters, completed last summer, and what an overhaul and new life the building at 1100 S. 5th St. �" built as a retail and apartment building for meat magnate Patrick Cudahy in 1891 �" has gotten.