County Executive Crowley released the following statement concerning the multiple days of protests and unrest surrounding the murder of George Floyd.
A clean-up, after the protests and unrest of the past weekend, will be hosted this afternoon on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, starting at noon and running until 4 p.m.
This letter, signed by more than 100 Milwaukee community leaders was sent to OnMilwaukee on late Sunday night.
Here, in its entirety, is a statement issued Sunday afternoon by the Milwaukee Urban League's President and CEO Dr. Eve M. Hall.
Today, MPS Superintendent Dr. Keith P. Posley released a statement concerning the ongoing protests taking place throughout the country - including Milwaukee.
The very least one can do is listen - to understand other people's experiences, to understand that they may be different than yours and to learn. And In that vein, former Bucks great and activist Kareem Abdul-Jabbar wrote an important op-ed for the Los Angeles Times that's a must-read.
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There's only one female sports agent that solely represents an active player in the NBA, and her name is Danielle Cantor. And the player she represents? Malcolm Brogdon. The thoughtful Milwaukee guard also spoke out about political and social issues at Bucks Media Day.
Daniel Guzman is one of many local activists traveling to North Dakota to join the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and others in what they describe as a fight to protect the water, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
People say that America is more divided now than ever, but it was less than a lifetime ago when this country was torn apart by the quest for civil rights and the drive to end the war in Vietnam. Those times were full of violent demonstrations.
I was doing some errands the other day, catching up on podcasts in the car between them, when I heard this: "The behavior of crowds tends to be determined by what's happening outside the crowd." I could not help but draw the connection between what was being said about crowds and what is happening now in Ferguson and around the country.
Signs, signs, everywhere there's signs. There have been a number of protests and mass get-togethers lately, including demonstrations in Madison on state budget issues.